Police Apologise To Man Whose Picture Was Wrongly Used On A List Of Ja’s Most Wanted MEN

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) has apologised to the man whose picture was used to identify one of five men listed as being most wanted in the country.

Among the names which were released on the wanted list was Davion Brown, otherwise called ‘Balti’; for whom a photograph was released.

However, in a statement on Sunday, the Corporate Communications Unit (CCU) of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) said an error had been made and offered clarification.

Head of the Westmoreland Police, Senior Superintendent of Police Lansford Salmon, says the error was discovered during an interview with the wrongly identified man.

The CCU said the image that was released is of another Davion Brown, who is also from a Westmoreland address.



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Terecal Starkade
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Fool dem

Maureen McLeod
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The man could’ve been killed for such an unprofession and irresponsible act.

Patrick Tomlinson
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How much wrong man Dem murder n nothing Noh come out of it by not even apologies,smh,,

Latoya Thompson
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Them police yah coming like one big pile of shit.


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