Cops on hunt for suspected drug dealer

| 09/06/2017 | 37 Comments
Cayman News Service

Troy Pearson

(CNS): The  police are asking for the public’s help in finding Troy Pearson (35), who is wanted in connection with a drug dealing case after he evaded police during a bust last month in George Town. Pearson is said to have assaulted a customs officer and a police officer when he resisted arrest during a joint customs and police operation in Marina Drive on 22 May, in which a large quantity of drugs were seized. Although police netted a Jamaican man (45) for illegal landing and drug dealing, Pearson was said to have  escaped.

Police working the case are asking anyone who sees or has any information on the whereabouts of Troy Pearson to call 911 or DC Greg Banks at 938-1741. They can also contact the RCIPS Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777 or the Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 800-TIPS (8477) to remain anonymous.

Police urge anyone who may encounter Pearson to exercise caution and contact the authorities as soon as possible.

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  1. Don Cayman says:

    He used to live in Windsor Park. Not sure what he was doing in Prospect. 2 officers and he still got away, need to do better authorities.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Lol he is a CAYMANIAN! The police know where he lives because they raid his residence at least once or twice EVERY year! The force just needs to get it together ??

  3. Cayguy says:

    In other news, police drag feet as usual.

  4. Anonymous says:

    A Jamaican? But that doesen’t fit the pattern of my imaginary virtuous mentality that all cultures are eqaully causing all the crime.

    It must be because of the privledges of my culture that is causing all this mayhem. That fits my imaginary virtue of imaginary humility at the very least.

    Glad I solved that problem, now back to my Jamican dominated work-place.

  5. Gray matter says:

    Check the on required leave immigration officers house.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I have a hot tip for the tip line: Release this information LAST MONTH! Christ, the guy could have a full beard and grey hair by now.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Why so quick with the APB? I suggest you post this in a year or two.

  8. tee says:

    Why wait until now to show pictures of this guy this should be done RIGHT AWAY the forces that be needs to get this right or we will become a bad place to live in the very near future but is the reason it takes so long is to give these people time to get out of here I often wonder ???
    PLEASE STOP THESE GUYS COMING INTO THIS COUNTRY.

    • Caymanian says:

      He is a born Caymanian….

      • Anonymous says:

        Do you really mean that, or just that he was born in Cayman? Do you understand the difference?

        • Anonymous says:

          The difference between all the so called categories is in the xenophobic minds of the labelers….no one else gives a sh*t.

          • Anonymous says:

            Nope if they make up majority of expats on works permits, majority of expats marrying locals then sheer numbers only will indicate most crime will be committed by Jamaicans and don’t forget that aggressive, criminal culture is common to Jamaica. That’s really not xenophobic

          • Anonymous says:

            Except that just because someone is born here does not mean they are Caymanian.

            • Anonymous says:

              Then there are no Caymanians, since everyone originally came from somewhere else, there weren’t any people on this land when it was discovered …only turtles.

  9. Junior says:

    He probably has a long beard now and dreads it’s so long since this incident happened lol

  10. buju says:

    Ask da ex fire chief buddy name buju! buju mite kno

  11. Obi wan says:

    Give yourself up Troy.

  12. Anonymous says:

    I saw him in black river last week , with a man called little pash , that is black river Jamaica in st Elizabeth

    • anonymous says:

      Here we go again,Jamaica. Is that the only place criminals come from or escape to.Come on have some respect for our home grown hoods,give them credit too,lol.

    • Anonymous says:

      What were YOU doing dung a black river…dung dung dung…

      • George Towner says:

        Good place for Caymanians to get some weed and chill out … not have to worry about going to jail. ?

  13. Anonymous says:

    Hey – if he is Caymanian you will know where he lives.
    If he is an expat you will know where he lives – there is signed documentation with immigration confirming where every expat lives. Right?????

  14. Anonymous says:

    Wow guys I might have seen him but you waited to long to tell me so I doubt he’s there now.

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