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WANTED: 'Puppy Paw' among several being sought by Kingston and St Catherine police

Published:Tuesday | December 23, 2014 | 9:04 AM

The Police have listed several individuals as wanted in the Kingston Eastern Police Divisions.



The police say these men are wanted in connection with several crimes and are being asked to turn themselves in immediately.



Among them is Paul Casanova otherwise called ‘Pablo’ or ‘Bobby’.



The police say he is of dark complexion slim build and about 6'2" tall and has a surgical scar at the centre of his stomach.



He is said to frequent Veron Lane Mountain View Avenue, Bob Marley beach, Bull Bay, Bayshore Pk. St Andrew.



Another of the wanted men is Ricardo Jones otherwise called ‘Puppy Paw’, who is of dark complexion, medium build, and about 6'2" tall.



The police say he is known to frequent Guava Ridge, Violet Bank and Content Gap district, St Andrew.



They are also seeking Marlaon Omar McMillan otherwise called ‘Chris’, ‘Shootie’ and ‘Truety’.



They say he is of dark complexion, slim build, and about 5'7" tall and frequents communities in Kingston 4.



The other man they are seeking is Sadique Robertson, who is of dark complexion, slim build, and about 5'7" and frequents Glasspole Avenue, Kington. 2



In the meantime, the St Catherine MIT are seeking six men.



They are 24-year-old Kemoy Tummings, otherwise called ‘Night and Day’; 26-year-old Dwayne Ellis, otherwise called ‘Copper’; 26-year-old Dennis Colman, otherwise called ‘Duwan'; Calvin Cameron, otherwise called ‘Hugh Campbell’ and ‘Bobby Lexus’; Michael Morgan, otherwise called ‘Tullus’; and Winston Jones, otherwise called 'Swash' and 'Redman'.



These suspects are being urged to turn themselves in to the nearest Police Station immediately.



The Police are also appealing to anyone with information about the whereabouts of these men to contact them.



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