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JAMAICA | Tesha Miller charged with making false declaration

Reputed Klansman Leader Tesha Miller Reputed Klansman Leader Tesha Miller
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Repoted Klansman gang leader Tesha Miller was yesterday charged with two counts of making a false declaration, having been deported from the Bahamas.

Miller, has been in police custody since April 4.  He left the island for Bahamas allegedly under a false name and was held by the police.

According to reports, while Miller was in custody he gave the police wrong names but they recognised his Jamaican accent and contacted the Jamaican authorities.

He had been in Bahamian custody for almost a month after immigration officials in that country accosted him and following confirmation of his identity he was deported.

Miller is scheduled to appear in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on April 18.

His expulsion comes almost a year after he was deported from the United States, where he spent two years in prison on a charge of illegal entry.

Miller went to the US after the Court of Appeal freed him of gun and robbery charges in March 2013.

However, he was deported, and shortly after,  listed as a “person of interest” by Jamaica’s Counter Terrorism and Organised Crime Investigation Branch.

Following a spike in murders in the St Catherine North Division, where the Klansman Gang is engaged in criminal activities, Miller was asked to report to the police

The police theorised that Millermay be in a position to assist in their investigation of several murders in Spanish Town and sections of Portmore during the first quarter of 2016.

The police are unable to say when and how Miller left Jamaica.

Last modified onWednesday, 12 April 2017 21:35
  • Countries: Jamaica