Thursday, March 31, 2016

Clangs man Leader Tesha Miller Back In Jamaica


Reputed Klansman leader Tesha Miller is finally back in Jamaica.

 Tesha Miller is back in Jamaica was convicted in the United States in 2014 on a charge of illegal entry, and was sent back to the island today.
Last year their was news that he was going to be released early which triggered anxiety among Spanish Town, St Catherine, residents, as there was an intense battle at the time for leadership of the criminal Klansman gang. 
Miller fled to the United States after he was freed of gun and robbery charges by the Court of Appeal in March 2013.
Miller was sentenced in the High Court Division of the Gun Court to seven years’ imprisonment for illegal possession of a firearm and 15 years for robbery with aggravation, which led to him filing the appeal.
In June 2010, Miller, also called ‘Rat’, was acquitted of the 2004 gun murder of John Haughton in the Home Circuit Court because of insufficient evidence.
Months before, Miller was freed of the triple murders of Oraine Jackson, Jeffery Johnson and Nicole Allen in Braeton, St Catherine in January 2005. 
He was processed at the Jamaica Constabulary Force's  Mobile Reserve in Kingston after his return to the island. 
Miller, who was convicted in the United States in 2014 on a charge of illegal entry, returned to the island today.
News last year that he would have been released early triggered anxiety among Spanish Town, St Catherine, residents, as there was an intense battle at the time for leadership of the criminal Klansman gang.
Police said at the time that they would be keeping a watch on communities within Spanish Town, which is the seat of the gang.
Last year’s news of Miller’s pending return came less than a week after his brother, Craig Miller, was shot dead at a premises on March Pen Road in Spanish Town.
Miller fled to the United States after he was freed of gun and robbery charges by the Court of Appeal in March 2013.
Miller was sentenced in the High Court Division of the Gun Court to seven years’ imprisonment for illegal possession of a firearm and 15 years for robbery with aggravation, which led to him filing the appeal.
In June 2010, Miller, also called ‘Rat’, was acquitted of the 2004 gun murder of John Haughton in the Home Circuit Court because of insufficient evidence.
Months before, Miller was freed of the triple murders of Oraine Jackson, Jeffery Johnson and Nicole Allen in Braeton, St Catherine in January 2005

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