Wednesday, 24 September 2008

Tesha Miller,Reputed leader of the Spanish Town, St Catherine-based Clansman Gang

Reputed leader of the Spanish Town, St Catherine-based Clansman Gang, Tesha Miller, was ordered to remain behind bars despite another bail application. According to Detective Sergeant Jubert Llewlyn, Miller, who is currently being confined at the Horizon Remand Centre, appeared in the Supreme Court last Thursday to answer to charges relating to a triple murder and was denied bail. Miller was remanded and is scheduled to return to court on Friday, October 3. He is alleged to be involved in the gun-slaying of three persons along Cresser Lane in Braeton, St Catherine, in January 2005 and faces the death penalty if convicted. Miller was arrested on July 4 after the police claimed he violated the conditions of his bail. Meanwhile People's National Party (PNP) activist, Milton 'Tony' Welsh appeared in court last Friday, and was granted a bail extension. Welsh, who is accused of the January 15, 2006 murder of Damion Hussey in Golden Spring, St Andrew, is to return to court on December 5. Allegations are that Hussey was attacked and stabbed to death reportedly by persons travelling in a motorcade from a PNP campaign rally in Kingston.
Last year, a jury failed to arrive at a verdict at Welsh's trial and the court ordered that there be a retrial.


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