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Thursday Mar 24
Fugitive was wanted for ‘abduction and rape’ of several young females
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Davian Bryan, the man who was wanted for the rape and abduction of several young females and who was on Portland most wanted list was captured in an operation on Wednesday.
Reports are that the police conducted an intelligence-led targeted raid in Durham District in the Hope Bay police area of Portland between 9:00 pm and 10:00 pm in search of Bryan o/c Davion, 31-year-old labourer of Norwich District in the parish.
Cops searching for Davian Bryan in Portland minutes before he was captured
During the raid, Bryan who was wanted by the police for the offenses of illegal possession of firearm and rape was captured.
Kenneth Chin, Superintendent of Police in charge of the Portland Division said Bryan’s capture comes on the heels of several coordinated activities including:
Community meetings which took place on Friday March 18; several targeted and snap raids in Durham, Norwich and surrounding communities; round the clock covert operations tracking his known associates; and other operational activities.
“Our efforts to capture Bryan was aided through partnership with elected officials in the parish who worked with the communities in sharing intelligence with the police,” police said in a release.
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