Ottos men before the court on gun and drug charges following Seton...

Ottos men before the court on gun and drug charges following Seton Street raid

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22 Revolver Found in Ottos_Aug 6, 2016

The Police arrested and jointly charged 19yrs-old Jamal “KC” Mussington, along with 34yrs-old Deon Lloyd and 26yrs-old Jason Barrington Levy all of Ottos for

Jahmaal KC Mussington of Ottos
Jahmaal KC Mussington of Ottos

Possession of 202 grams of cannabis; Possession of Cannabis with intent to transfer; Possession of one .22 revolver; as well as Possession 14 rounds of .22 ammunition.

Mussington was further charged with Possession of 17.7 grams of Cannabis and Possession with intent to transfer. Both Mussington and Levy also received charges for Escaping Lawful Custody and Larceny of a handcuff.

Deon Lloyd of Ottos
Deon Lloyd of Ottos

On Saturday, officers attached to both the Criminal Investigations Department and the Narcotics Department executed a Search Warrant on the home of Deon Lloyd at Seton Street Ottos.

All three accused were present on the premises, when the police found a .22 revolver pistol with 14 matching rounds of ammunition.

The police also found a quantity of Cannabis on the premises, as well as on the person of Jamal Mussington.

The firearm and ammunition along with the drugs was seized and taken to the police station. All three men were arrested and taken into custody.

Jason Barrington Levy of Jamaica
Jason Barrington Levy of Jamaica

However, shortly after they were taken to the police station, both Mussington and Levy escaped from the custody of the police.

Mussington was taken back to the police station and handed over to the police by his father.

Levy on the other hand was recaptured on Old Parham Road on Monday by Narcotics Officers around 2:30pm. Levy, who is also a national of Jamaican, was found to be living in the country illegally.

All three accused are set to appear before the court (Today) Tuesday.

To date, the police have removed nine illegal firearms along with a number of modified flare guns, and in excess of one hundred rounds of ammunition off the streets.

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