POLICE CAUGHT MEMBER OF DUPPY FILM’S GANG

Alleged Duppy Film Crony held by police

Another alleged crony of Jamaica’s most wanted man Duppy Film, was captured during a joint police/ military operation, on Tuesday.

Kevon Eldermire otherwise called ‘Harry Patta’ of ST. Thomas was held in Alligator Pond, Manchester.

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His capture on Tuesday was part of a police /military operation to apprehend Perry. The operation continued yesterday in Cross Keys Manchester.

Police say Eldemire was wanted for murder, wounding with intent, robbery with aggravation and illegal possession of firearm.

Prior to Eldemire’s arrest, another alleged Duppy Film crony, Jason Foster, was fatally shot, during a joint security forces operation in Melbrook Heights, Harbour View, last week.

Tuesday’s operation in Manchester was part of search efforts for Marlon Perry, otherwise called ‘Duppy Film’.

The police are reminding the public of the 1 point 5 million dollar reward to anyone, who can give reliable information leading to the arrest and charge of Perry.

Perry, of Phillipsfield in Yallahs, ST. Thomas, was implicated in the brutal slaying of Corporal Kenneth Davis and Constable Craig Palmer.

The two policemen were killed on Poorman’s Corner main road in ST. Thomas, on Tuesday, December 22 last year.

Perry is also wanted for multiple counts of murder, shooting, assault at common law, wounding with intent, robbery with aggravation and illegal possession of firearm.

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