Last week police issued a call for the assistance of the media and the public at large, for information about the whereabouts of Keston “Blacka” Joseph and Itesha “Kizzy” Huggins, who were being sought for separate incidents.

Joseph was being sought as a person of interest in relation to the fatal shooting of Divon Browne that took place in Cayon, on Monday 12th August 2013.

Police have also reported that the autopsy on Browne has been concluded. It was completed on Monday 19th August 2013, by Pathologist, Dr. Stephen Jones.

Jones performed the autopsy on the body of the late 19 year old man of Brighton Estate and concluded that death was as a result of gun-shot injuries which resulted in hemorrhage and shock. The deceased was killed on Monday 12th August 2013 at Sarah Boury, Upper Cayon about 8:30 pm

In the case of Huggins however her warrant was connected to charges for Larceny by Servant.

Within one week of a media blitz seeking the two, both Huggins and Joseph, this week turned themselves in to the police.

Joseph made the move to surrender on Monday 19th August at around 9:00 am and was accompanied by his lawyer.

It was the following day, Tuesday 20th August, at 11:45am, that Huggins yielded and made her move to the police, to end the search for her. The offence for which she is accused is believed to have occurred on 8th August, 2013.

In other police and court happenings, Asa Rawlins of Prospect Nevis, was formally arrested and charged for the offence of Threatening Language, which was committed on 16th August 2013.

A juvenile was convicted for the offence of Wounding with Intent which was committed on 6th January 2013, and placed on a bond in the sum of $1,000.00 to keep the peace and be of good behaviour for one (1) year or in default, the sum of $2,000.00 is to be paid. The juvenile was also placed on a curfew from 7:00 pm to 6:00 am.

Another juvenile was convicted for the offence of Battery on Police which was committed on 22nd April 2013, and reprimanded and discharged.

The Frigate Bay Police Station is also investigating a report of a missing motor car; Nissan Sentra, PA 5594 which is Grey and Silver in colour.

Initial investigation revealed that the vehicle was parked at St. Christopher Club, Frigate Bay at around 1:45 am on Monday 19th August 2013, and discovered missing later that day about 8:00 am.

Anyone who has any information pertaining to this investigation is asked to call the Frigate Bay Police Station at 465-6899, the Traffic Department at 465-2241 Ext. 264, or Crime Stoppers at 1-880-8477, remember your information will be treated as confidential, and you may be eligible to receive a reward, said a police release.


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