Former Tivoli strongman Christopher 'Dudus' Coke is now in police custody.
The businessman, who has been on the run since the Jamaican government signed an extradition request May 18, was turned over to the police this afternoon.
The Gleaner understands the Reverend Al Miller facilitated his surrender about an hour and a half ago to the police.
The pastor has been instrumental in the surrender of Coke's sister Sandy and brother Leighton.
Coke is wanted in the US on drug and gunrunning charges.
Source: Gleaner/Power 106 News
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Update from Jamaica Observer:
Police expecting imminent criminal attack
Police High Command warns personnel
WITH wanted fugitive Christopher 'Dudus' Coke now in custody the Police High Command has again raised the threat level from criminal violence against the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) to extremely high, meaning that attacks are expected imminently
"This upgrading of the threat level is based on intelligence suggesting that detained and displaced criminals as well as other criminal criminals are planning attacks on Security Forces personnel and assets," said a release from the police.
All personnel are urged to take the threat seriously and to raise their level of awareness both on and off duty.