As the search for wanted fugitive Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke intensifies, police yesterday swooped down on the home of popular Manchester businessman and People’s National Party supporter, Kenneth ‘Skeng Don’ Black.
The cops went to Black’s home in the upscale community of Ingleside in Mandeville and searched the house for more than an hour based on information that Coke was hiding out there.
Five persons were found inside the house but none were of interest to the cops who left empty-handed.
In a bid to execute an arrest warrant on Coke, the police have searched several houses in upscale neighbourhoods including two belonging to Kingston Mayor Desmond McKenzie.
Coke is wanted by the United States authorities to answer to arms and drugs running charges. He has managed to elude several police operations to collar him and remains at large.