The Reverend Al Miller, who is wanted by the police for questioning, has told The Gleaner that,he would not be turning in himself until tomorrow.
Miller who is the chairman of the National Transformation Programme is being sought by the police in relation to the capture of Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke.
Coke was captured at a police checkpoint today at Ferry on the border of St. Catherine and St. Andrew, was accompanied by Miller.
Miller has been instrumental in recent weeks in the surrender of members of Coke’s family who were wanted by the police.
At a press conference today the Commissioner’s office at Old Hope Road, the Police Commissioner Owen Ellington hinted that Miller could be in trouble with the law even though the pastor said he was only taking Coke to US authorities.
“This afternoon, before coming down here, I spoke with all of my senior officers and I asked each individual if they were party to any discussion or agreement for the bypassing of the legal process for Coke to be turned over to US Marshals. Each officer responded in the negative,” Ellington said.
However, Ellington could not explain why Miller was not held at the same time as Coke.
“The policemen on the ground at the time allowed him to go (but) I’m investigating the reason why that was done.”
[Post updated by Go-Jamaica]