Second offender on run after breaking tag

| 16/06/2023 | 16 Comments
Christopher Perry Bush, Cayman News Service
Christopher Perry Bush

(CNS): Police are seeking the help of the public to find Christopher Perry Bush (32), from Bodden Town, who has broken and taken off his electronic tag and gone on the run. Bush, a repeat offender who has absconded in the past, is on bail in relation to a firearms offence. The police said they are looking for Bush because he has breached his bail conditions and is considered violent and dangerous.

Police said he should not be approached and they are asking the public to call 911 immediately if they see him. Bush is also encouraged to turn himself in at the Cayman Islands Detention Centre or the nearest active police station at any time, day or night.

The news that Bush has absconded came less than a day after police said that they were looking for Joshua “Patchy” Ebanks, who they said had also removed his tag and was wanted for breaching his bail conditions. CNS understands both men are suspects in a recent gun-related crime.

The police warned the public that assisting someone to avoid apprehension is committing an offence and that could result in a fine of up to $5,000 or two years in jail.

Anyone with information about Bush’s whereabouts is asked to call the George Town Police Station at 949-4222. Anonymous tips can be provided to the RCIPS Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777 or the website. Tips can also be submitted anonymously to

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Still on the run?

    World class policing from RCIP.

    Tiny island, known family and associates and this scum is still free.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Ahhh Christopher Perry Bush …. you can read alot into that name, as the fruit never falls far from the tree or it’s forest.

  3. Anonymous says:

    These Caymanian criminals are defeating the narrative that Jamaicans are responsible for the crimes.

    • Anonymous says:

      The answer to your first question is that the police decided to bail him – not the court. Same people who now say he is considered violent and dangerous were happy for him to live amongst the rest of us whilst awaiting charging and trial. To say nothing of his prior history of absconding. It’s almost as if they hoped he would leave the island and save them having to try him.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Why was he even on bail? This crap is madness!

    And RCIP – stop threatening that aiding and abetting absconders is an offense. When did you last prosecute for it? When did someone last go to prison for it?

  5. Anonymous says:

    How easy are these ankle tags to break?

    Pointless waste of money.

    We now have two scum criminals described as armed and dangerous on the run. While RCIP play dress up and march around governor’s beach.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Repeat offender, gun crime, previously skipped. What does it take to be considered too dangerous to release on an ankle tag? The DPP and police need to think of the public safety first.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Are there any baseline community safety criteria to be denied bail in Cayman?

  8. Anonymous says:

    Anybody who is considered “violent and dangerous” should not be out on bail.

    We need to keep these thugs behind bars!

  9. Anonymous says:

    These troublesome expat gang members, bringing violence to wonderful, peaceful islands strike again…Oh sorry, hang on a minute.

  10. Anonymous says:

    If he has done this before why would the courts subject the public to this dangerous person.

  11. Anonymous says:

    We’ve raised some real winners here.

    How about making aiding and abetting a felony with three years minimum and no parole?


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