The name of a Jamaican-born suspect who allegedly killed a Vermont woman in 2018, has been added to the 15 most wanted lists, according to the US Marshals Service.
Donald Washington Director of US Marshals Services reported that the investigation to find the fugitive is a top priority as he is on the list that the worst of the worst dangerous persons who are evading the law is on.
They also announced on Monday that up to US$25,000 is now being offered for information that leads to the arrest of Leroy Headley, the 38-year-old who allegedly has ties to Jamaica. The suspect is wanted because of the murder of 33-year-old Anako Lumbumba who was the mother of his children on May 3rd, 2018.
The US Marshals Service also reported the suspect is 5-feet-6 inches tall and he is of dark complexion and weighs approximately 170 pounds.
At the time of the murder he was on court-ordered conditions of release, as he was charged for sexual assault of a minor.
Headley has been listed by the US Marshals Service as a 5-foot-6 black male weighing approximately 170 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.
“He has a slight Jamaican accent; he may be sporting a shaved head or dreadlocks. He frequents dating sites and has a track record of womanizing, which may help him hide in plain sight as he forms relationships with women who do not know his true identity,” the US Marshal Services said.
At the time of Lumumba’s murder, Headley was reportedly on court-ordered conditions of release, stemming from a charge of sexual assault of a minor.