US law enforcement authorities are seeking the Barbadian public’s assistance in locating a fugitive wanted in the United States for allegedly killing his sister and ex-girlfriend in 2002.
Trinidadian-born Andre Neverson, 49, has ties to Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Bahamas, Grenada, St. Vincent and Canada and officials said in a bulletin issued today that they believe he fled the US and may be residing here or in another Caribbean island.
Neverson allegedly fatally shot his sister in her head and stomach on July 8, 2002. The next day, he allegedly abducted a former girlfriend and she was found dead two days later with a mortal head wound. At the time of both murders, he was on parole in the State of New York for attempted murder in the second degree, assault in the first degree and criminal possession of a firearm.
Neverson has been classified as one of the U.S. Marshals Service’s “15 Most Wanted” Fugitives. He is also wanted by the U. S. Department of Homeland Security Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Division of Parole for New York State and the NYPD.
Based on his criminal history and the nature of his allged crimes, authorities say Neverson is considered armed and dangerous.
“He has a violent criminal history with a pronounced pattern of violence toward women. Neverson speaks several languages and is known to always carry a firearm. He usually keeps his head shaved but has been known to wear wigs to disguise himself. Investigators believe Neverson is computer savvy,” the bulletin stated.
A reward of up to $25,000 is offered for information leading directly to Neverson’s arrest.
In November 2002, Neverson, armed with a handgun, allegedly entered the home of another ex-girlfriend in an attempt to visit his daughter. The woman’s brother interrupted the unannounced visit, and Neverson fled with no further incident. The New York City Police Department searched the area for the felon, but never located him.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the nearest U.S. Marshals Service office, American Embassy/Consulate, or call the U.S. Marshals Service Communications center at 1-800-336-0102. Tips may also be emailed to: email@example.com.
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