Two more Tivoli suspects surrender in relation to ‘P Boy’s’ murder 

Two more of the five men who were listed as being wanted by the Kingston Eastern police in relation to the murder of Patrick Davis, otherwise called ‘P Boy’, in March, have turned themselves in at the Elletson Road Police Station in Kingston.

The men, who are both Tivoli Gardens, are:

1.            David Biggs, otherwise called ‘Alien’

2.            Wayne Peart, otherwise called ‘Ratty’

They turned themselves in at about 1:30 p.m. on Sunday.

Their surrender brings to four of the five, including Leighton ‘Livity’ Coke and Christopher ‘Titti Man’ Coke, to have turned themselves in.

Still on the run is Lanchester Coke, otherwise called ‘Bamma T’, also of Tivoli Gardens.

The five, along with a woman who has already been charged, are suspects in relation to the abduction and murder of Davis, a serial killer from Denham Town, West Kingston, whose gang was said to be in a deadly ongoing feud with gangsters from Tivoli Gardens.

Davis was reportedly lured to a Kingston hotel by a woman, and was abducted and his body later found dumped in Rockfort, East Kingston.

Eisha Jones, 27, also of Tivoli Gardens, has been charged with murder and conspiracy to murder.

She appeared before the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on Thursday, and was remanded in custody.

She is scheduled to return to court on May 30.

‘Livity’ and ‘Titti Man’, brother and son, respectively, to incarcerated former West Kingston don, Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke, were expected to be charged over the weekend, and Biggs and Peart and expected to be questioned in the presence of their lawyers before they are possibly charged by the police.