66 Deported From The US Arrive Just Shy Of Easter
Sixty-six Jamaicans who were deported from the United States returned to the island on Thursday (March 29).
They arrived at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston via charter flight at 10:40 am.
The group was comprised of 59 men and seven women who were reportedly booked in the US for violations ranging from assault to murder.
Following there arrival on the island, they were taken to the Jamaica Constabulary Force Mobile Reserve, where they were processed and released.
Relatives and returnees are being encouraged to contact the National Organisation of Deported Migrants at mobile telephone number 1-876-356-1126 with queries on how to access support and social services.
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