St James, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) – The Freeport police in St James have reported that King Evil, one of Jamaica’s Most Wanted Men, who fled the Island after he was fingered in a 2008 stabbing murder incident which took place at a night club in Montego Bay in June of 2008, was deported back to the island over the weekend and was immediately arrested on a warrant and taken into custody.
The accused, Omar Lewis otherwise called KING EVIL or SCRAPPY, 41-year-old of 12 1/2 Upper King Street, also known as Canterbury,
in St James was wanted in connection with the murder of Oakley Richard Reid, 23-year-old unemployed of Granville.
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Reports are that about 4:00 am on June 26, 2008 Lewis (King Evil) and another man named as Orlando Williams got involved in an argument with Oakley Reid while at a party been held inside the Moods Night Club located at Gloucester Avenue in Montego Bay.