BREAKING NEWS: Jamaican prisoner turns himself in

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BREAKING NEWS: Jamaican prisoner turns himself in
The Jamaican escapee
The Jamaican escapee

The Jamaican man who escaped lawful custody on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013 has turned himself in.

Police sources say 22-year-old Deno B’Jorn Thomas, also known as Miguel Jonathon Garnett, turned himself into the Major Crimes Unit in Castries at about 3 p.m. today, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013.

This development comes hours after Police Constable Norville Blane Clarke, 39, of Debruille, Choiseul appeared in a Vieux Fort court, charged with aiding and abetting the Jamaican’s escape.

Clarke, who has been an officer of the Royal St. Lucia Police Force for the past seven years and was last attached to the Vieux Fort Police Station, was remanded in custody until March 19, 2013 after he appeared in court this morning.

According to a press release, on Saturday, February 9, 2013 at about 9 pm, officers attached to the Vieux Fort Police Station discovered that the Jamaican prisoner had escaped lawful custody.

Thomas, whose last known address was Marisule, Gros Islet, was arrested on Friday, February 1, 2013, along with Teddy Walcott of Grass Street, Castries for the attempted murder of Adisania Ojo, a Canadian national at Mon Repos at about 12:10 pm.

Ojo sustained multiple gunshot wounds and was transported to St Jude’s Hospital where he was treated and admitted in critical condition.

During the course of the investigations, Clarke was arrested under suspicion of aiding and abetting the escape of a prisoner, and subsequently charged.

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  1. The killer was found in lovely St Lucia where he can get away with his crimes again... sick sad and disgusting why was he allowed to come into the country first place..... and wasn`t it to long ago that jamacian killed the young St Lucian why wasn`t an arrest warrant issued like this for him.... as is stands today he is still out there? Madness in the place man

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  2. Apparently the police have issued a press statement saying that he was approached by a police officer and subsequently surrendered. The officer then called his colleagues in Major Crimes and the fugutive was taken into custody! Now it is quite easy to escape from a country even after stop orders have been issued! A suspect in a double homicide escaped police custody in Antigua and was arrested in the US! He got there by plane via Guadeloupe! If the person has help he can escape from the island if he so wishes! look up KENROY MARSHAL if you dont believe me!

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  3. A LUCIAN inna Jamica would be Flogged and told by jamaican officers..."you small island bloodcl*t affi come inna mi yaaard wit all dem bloodcl*t farin drog aktivity and fackery dem!!!!!" LMFAO!!!! Yeah MON!!!

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  4. HTS said Thomas was recaptuured by authorities in La Clery after 5 days. I am reading here that he turned himself in..... kindly clarify

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    • thats right false information to the public one is saying he was arrested in la clery another is saying he turned himself in..the man stupid to turn himself in after he got that chance to flee back to his country choopse man...be assertive before releasing

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      • EDITOR: The Police Press Dept confirmed that he turned himself in. I have copies of the messages confirming such. Would you like printed copies sir/madam? And who says if you escape from prison it is easy to leave the country when a stop order has been issued at all ports of entry and your travel documents seized?

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  5. The alternative was...being hunted like a wild boar. I think he found out pretty soon, that Saint Lucia is no Jamaica.

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