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$200,000 reward for Trinidad fugitive wanted in US murders

$200,000 reward for Trinidad fugitive wanted in US murders



TRINIDAD and TOBAGO – Rewards totalling more than $200,000 have been offered for a Trinidadian man wanted in connection with two murders in the United States.

Investigators believe the man has returned to Trinidad and are seeking help in locating him.{{more}}

Relatives of Donna Davis, a woman who was murdered in 2002 in New York, yesterday pleaded with residents in Trinidad that if they had any information leading to the whereabouts of Andre Neverson to come forward and they will receive a US$25,000 reward.

Davis’ father Clive Davis said that he hoped the reward would encourage people to inform the authorities about Neverson’s whereabouts.

His daughter was among two people whom New York detectives believe were murdered by Neverson.

Neverson, 42, has been added to the New York City Most Wanted Fugitive list.

A native of Trinidad, Neverson is also wanted for the murder of his sister. He is also wanted for parole violation and illegal entry into the United States.

On July 8, 2002, Neverson allegedly murdered his sister, Patricia Neverson, 39, by shooting her in the head and stomach. He allegedly abducted Davis, a former girlfriend the next day.