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Jamaican pastor arrested

rhondathompson, rhondathompson@nationnews.com

Added 25 June 2010

KINGSTON – Popular pastor Al Miller was yesterday arrested and charged with perverting the course of justice and harbouring a fugitive. Miller was arrested after two days of questioning by police at the Organised Crime Investigation Division in Kingston over his alleged connection to notorious fugitive Christopher “Dudus” Coke, who has been handed over to the United States authorities to answer drug and gun-related charges.The clergyman was released on bail and is scheduled to appear in court next week. The police had asked Miller to turn himself in hours after he was stopped in a vehicle with Coke, who Jamaican security forces had been pursuing for more than a month.He said he was attempting to take the wanted fugitive to the US embassy in the capital to surrender to American authorities.A police statement released shortly after Coke’s arrest described Miller as “a major person of interest in a matter currently being investigated”. (CMC)


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