Alleged leader of one faction of the notorious Clansman gang, Tesha Miller was held by police in the Corporate Area on Monday.
Loop News understands that Miller was held at a plaza in Barbican, St Andrew by members of the Counter-Terrorism and Organised Crime Investigation Branch (CTOC).
Police, when contacted by our news team, declined to comment on the matter and also declined to outline what Miller is being questioned for.
Miller, months after his deportation from the Bahamas last year, was listed as a “person of interest” by CTOC and asked to report to the police following a spike in murders in the St Catherine North Division, where the Clansman gang is actively engaged in criminal activities.
The police at the time theorised that Miller could assist in their investigation of several of the murders recorded in Spanish Town and sections of Portmore during the first quarter of the year.
After serving a prison sentence in the United States, Miller was deported to Jamaica in 2016. The following year, he reportedly fled to the Bahamas but was held by authorities there for illegal entry and deported back to Jamaica.