Update (10 February):
This evening, 10 February, wanted man Mitchum Kenjo Wood was located and arrested by police officers in the North Side area. He is now in police custody. Otis Melbourne Myles remains at large (see below) and the RCIPS continues to seek the public’s assistance in locating him.
Update (5 February):
On Wednesday night , 3 February, wanted man Kurt Fabian Ebanks was located and arrested by police officers in the West Bay area. He is now in police custody. The other two wanted men (see below) remain at large and the RCIPS continues to seek the public’s assistance in locating them.
Initial Release (29 January):
Over the course of the last few months, the police have conducted extensive searches which have been unsuccessful. In addition, repeated requests to surrender at their last known addresses have been ignored. As a result, the Police are seeking the assistance of the public in order to locate three wanted men, Otis Myles of George Town, Mitchum Wood of Bodden Town and Kurt Ebanks of Bodden Town. All three men have breached the terms of their conditional release from Her Majesty’s Prison Northward and must now be returned to continue their custodial sentences.
Otis Melbourne Myles, age 34, is described as having dark brown complexion, brown eyes, and low cut black hair with facial hair. He is of slim build and approximately 6’ in height.
Mitchum Kenjo Wood, age 32, is described as having long black hair, light brown complexion, and brown eyes. He is of slim build and approximately 6’ tall.
Kurt Fabian Ebanks, age 44, is described as having light brown complexion, brown eyes and a bald head with long facial hair. He is of medium build and is approximately 5’11” tall.
A picture of each man is shown below.
The public is reminded that according to the Police Law (2017 Revision) it is against the law to obstruct, mislead or act in such a way as to prevent the apprehension of a person who has committed an offence. If prosecuted for such an offence, you may be liable on conviction to a fine of $5000 or imprisonment for two years or both.
The police are encouraging anyone with information about the whereabouts of these individuals to call the George Town Police Station at 949-4222. Additionally, the men themselves are also encouraged to turn themselves into the Cayman Islands Detention Centre, or the nearest active police station, at any time, day or night.
Anonymous tips can be provided directly to the RCIPS via our Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777, or via our website.
Otis Melbourne Myles