Three family members of Jamaica’s most notorious crime boss, Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke, have now been charged with the murder of another gang member, Patrick ‘P Boy’ Davis.
The East Kingston police unit has officially charged Lanchester Coke, also known as ‘Bamma T’; David Biggs, also known as ‘Alien’; and Wayne Page, also known as ‘Ratty’.
Reports from the Communications Unit are that Lanchester Coke fled the island shortly after Davis’ murder on March 12, but he returned to the island last Sunday alongside David Bigs, where the two were subsequently detained and charged.
The other offender, Wayne Page was charged on Friday, all sharing the same offences, murder and conspiracy to murder.
Other members of the Coke family were previously slapped with the same charges as the others. They are Leighton ‘Livity’ Coke, Dudus’ brother, Christopher ‘Titti Man’ Coke Jnr, the son of Dudus’; and Lesha Jones, who was a female companion of the family.
It is said that the deceased was a Leader of the Denham Town Screamers gang who was in an ongoing feud with Cokes gang from Tivoli Gardens.
All six of them will face the court on Monday.