Leighton Coke, the brother of Christopher 'Dudus' Coke, the island most wanted man, turned himself in to the police last night.
the source was informed that the man more
popularly known as 'Live up' or 'Livity' was accompanied to the
Half-Way Tree Police Station in St Andrew by Reverend Al Miller about
Reverend Miller explained that the Coke family contacted him
and he helped to facilitate the process for Livity to turn himself in.
"Yes, I helped him," Reverend Miller said, "I see my role as
helping the process of transforming the nation and healing the wounds."
Livity's move ends days of rumours within west Kingston
circles that he was killed during the massive military operation in west Kingston last week.
On Thursday, police issued a release calling for Livity, Dudus and other alleged gang members to turn themselves in.
Dudus is wanted in the United States on gun-running and drug-trafficking charges.
Miller had some words of advice for Dudus. "His life is valuable
and I would encourage him to turn himself in and don't allow his life
to be taken from him," he said.