Suspected US double-killer arrested in Prospect

| 10/01/2018 | 43 Comments

(CNS): The police have revealed that an American national who is wanted by the US authorities in connection with a double murder in Miami in November has been arrested in Prospect. The RCIPS released very limited information about the case but said the 29-year-old man was visiting the Cayman Islands. Police executed a provisional warrant at the Prospect address today (Wednesday) and he appear in Summary Court where he was remanded in custody pending extradition.

Although it is not clear whether or not the suspect has local connections or how he ended up in Cayman while wanted by American law enforcement, the court heard that the man is suspected of killing his partner, who was pregnant with his child.

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  1. Patricia Brya says:

    When I was employed at the Department of Immigration within the CS and PR Section, we performed local and Interpol (international) checks on all applicants. ALL. Under wonderful, experienced Liz Walton. That was in the early 1990s. Yet almost 30 years later this is where the Cayman Islands are for visitors. Nothing to do but to shake our heads as it shows where our governments’ priorities have been.
    Back in the 1990s and early 2000s with those many string of murders where killers were being ‘imported’ then leaving by canoes just as they came in, still no progress with fingerprinting and background checks at port entries. All was done was implement visa restrictions for Jamaica. Where anything can be bought or sold just as many other countries.
    We can’t leave our own country if one letter of any part of our names are not right, or is missing. And we are not even finger printed. Yet we cannot leave. Yet our islands are free roam for the world who wants to hide. We enter another man’s country, our eyeballs are now scanned while our photos are being snapped.
    There is a major gap and our government needs to bridge this. Something serious may happen.




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  2. Anonymous says:

    So not only do we have wild savage dogs in my neighbourhood almost killing little kids, but crazed psychopathic lunatics on the loose. Great #OneProspect. #SpeedbumpsforMarinaDrive (desperate plea after my wall getting hit again!!).




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  3. Bertie :B says:

    hope this can bring some peace to the family of this poor young lady and her child , this man is not only a woman beater / murderer ,he is also a baby killer , enjoy life in the joint Punk




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  4. Crimewatch Cayman says:

    RCIPS didn’t find him bro its obvious from the story that the US notified them about him. When since you know the RCIPS turn Procactive those folks who use to do this are long gone. They cant or wont’t even try to find the ones in our police service wanted for murder needless to say the one’s amongst our population. Its time we did though a National Fugitive Task Force made up Non RCIPS our foreign nationals would be a real start to get this place clean up because its starting to become a serious problem here, including a recent case of a public official aiding and abetting fugitive here. Time to drain the swamp Cayman???? before it drowns us!




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  5. Anonymous says:

    Did I miss the memo? Is this crazy day?




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  6. Anonymous says:

    as a caymanian, i feel we have serial killers here? soo much unsolved cases y secret societies? sad!😈




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  7. Naya Boy says:

    Extraditions use to be the norm here for any unwanted criminals who landed on these shores now because our bull$#!*government pulling the hinges off the immigration door and allowing every Tom and Dick and Harry in this country. This place is full with murderers drug users, thieves and child molesters and rapist from overseas. We have enough our own we don’t need to add to our already serious crime situation. Time we start vetting all who come here to our island.




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  8. Anonymous says:

    Why didn’t the Americans arrest him before he left the USA?




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  9. Anonymous says:

    Why don’t we have a fingerprinting system in place at all ports of entry? This guy shouldn’t have gotten into Cayman. Who knows what he’s capable of? He might have killed again, here on our soil.




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    • anonymous says:

      If the US airlines didn’t pick him up as a criminal on their flight manifest, then what makes you think that an isolated finger print system in Cayman would have identified him?




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      • Anonymous says:

        Yes, and the naive fingerprint crowd mistakenly assume that wanted killers use normal methods of travel, and dutifully submit to scrutiny of border services.




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  10. Anonymous says:

    According to US news reports the man arrested was well known to the US authorities before the murders for which he is now charged. I wonder about the extent of his connections to Cayman’s criminals.




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  11. Anonymous says:

    Arrested in Prospect, American national, bet you not.




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    • Patricia Bryan says:

      Yes likely American citizenship by naturalization or acknowledgment. Seems he has very close connections either way…to be in Prospect. Not an area hardly a visitor would be ‘residing’.




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  12. Anonymous says:

    Good job RCIPS.




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  13. RT says:

    Perhaps he was here BEFORE being named a suspect.




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  14. Ah boy says:

    How long has been in the Cayman Islands. Is he connected to any other crime/s?




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  15. BELONGER says:

    It’s good the RCIPS got him but what about all of them white collar blue eyed criminals that are hiding amongst us – from all over the world ?




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  16. Anonymous says:

    Americans




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  17. America’s most wanted says:

    How many more are there?




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  18. Anonymous says:

    Scum.




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  19. Anonymous says:

    Finger printing system still in a corner catching dust???? Only in Cayman.




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    • Anonymous says:

      When are we going to see the dusty finger prtinting machine pulled out of storage? Or has it been dumped? Only in the Cayman Islands.




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    • Anonymous says:

      Aside from the plan as it was first suggested being illegal of course.




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    • Fred the Piemaker says:

      It would have caught this guy for sure – other than the fact that he entered the country before an arrest warrant had been issued, so he wouldn’t have been on the US system, and that the Cayman Islands has no way to automatically access the US fingerprint database anyway, but other than that …..




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  20. Anonymous says:

    No criminal charges for hosting murderer fugatives?




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    • Anonymous says:

      Nah. Not our problem.




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      • Anonymous says:

        Can Immigration Enforcement do a house by house check in these low rent / high crime neighborhoods. Unless ALL these folks have night jobs I see a lot of daytime hanging out folks? They don’t look retired to me and not at work either…hmmm, maybe there are NOT on work permits, and themselves should be investigated?
        Doesn’t hurt to ask. Currently I think the bad guys KNOW they is low enforcement and take advantage of slipping through:




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