Jamaica’s Most Wanted Nabbed in Antigua

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One of Jamaica’s most wanted fugitive was nabbed in Antigua at V.C Bird International Airport on Friday.

Twenty-three-year-old Fitzroy Andre Coore was apprehended and taken into custody during a joint operation between Police and Immigration officials at the airport on Friday. He had just disembarked Liat flight #317 from St. Kitts, where he was hiding out over a period of time.

The Clarendon born resident is wanted for murders he allegedly committed in his hometown, Clarendon. A Grays Farm woman was also taken into custody by police and is assisting them with their investigations into the matter.

Both Police and Immigration officials are currently making arrangements to have the wanted fugitive escorted out of the country and handed over to Jamaican authorities sometime next week.

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15 COMMENTS

  1. Good job of the law enforcement officials.
    Your corroborated efforts are paying great dividends in your service to our country, concerning the issue of obducting criminals who are trying to infect our island with their criminal activities.

  2. Wait antigua seen to been a get away place for Jamaican. We have to start looking into a way to find out more details about who well let into our country this is getting from bad to worst

  3. Again they need to really swnd most of these people home but corrupt labour party in power that jist give amnesty after amnesty ….as i said investigate the E books now alp investigate the E books now

    • Chupsss!!!!! Most everything be about poltitcs. A criminal come off a plane from St. Kitts to Antigua and was caught. Wtf that has to do with the alp. Talking about investigate ebooks? While you call for that how about investigating the million dollar mile per road the cant park the wadili waste plant the jelly bean side walk the missing bathroom at yasco ect….

  4. Wasn’t it UPP that offered millennium passports to the same non-nationals? Corruption when one party does it but good will if the other does it? OK

  5. Thanks St. Kitts for your vigilance and the part you played in his capture. Hope our immigration will now become more vigilant; source and utilize equipment that can detect these wanted criminals so that Antigua/Barbuda can no more be regarded as a safe haven for them.

    • What are you thanking St. Kitts for? How was he able to get out of Jamaica and enter St. Kitts in the first place. He should have been nabbed when he entired St. Kitts or when he checked in at the airport. The other Caribbean islands seem to becoming a haven for Jamaica‚Äôs criminals. God only knows how many more are hiding out in Antigua. Our Immigration officers need to be vigilant. We thank them for doing their job in this instance.

    • Is it Joyrose or Joyjuice because u cant be serious …. ur praising st kitts for letting a murderer slip through their system .. landing here in Antigua … the guys here did what was required of them .. please take off the blue blinkers ur wearing.

      • IT WAS ST KITTS WHO MADE THE DISCOVERY. DO NOT BELIEVE EVERY THING YOU HEAR IN THE NEWS. THE FACTS CAN BE VERY DIFFERENT TO THE INFORMATION RELEASED TO THE PUBLIC. ST KITTS NOTIFIED ANTIGUA.

  6. Good job to both departments now we need to slack off of the amnesty giving some of them don’t go for time but wait until it’s an election year because they know that amnesty will be given. The immigration officers hands are tied because the politicians both blue and red call and make fuss. It’s time for them to allow the departments to run without political interference. You put them there to do a job allow them to do it.

  7. I love my Jamaicans but they have some wicked MF in this country. I remember one time I was working at big banna and there were this dude workinng with us who have murderer 5 people in Jamaica

  8. Wtf labor party have to do with a fugitive coming to Antigua the arrested him rite so why is this Baca person involving us

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