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St. Kitts Murder Suspect May Be in V.I.

Jan. 16, 2009 — Juan Francisco Pemberton, wanted for murder on St. Kitts, might be in the U.S. Virgin Islands, V.I. police said.
According to police, a warrant was issued for Pemberton for the November 2007 murder of Wilson George in Basseterre, St. Kitts.
Pemberton is a native of Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic who migrated to St. Kitts and was granted citizenship. He is 42 years of age, 5 feet 4 inches tall, of stocky build, with black hair and a fair complexion. The names “Arthuro” and “Jacondo” are tattooed on his left hand.
Pemberton may travel on a St. Kitts-Nevis issued passport, number R0009137 issued on Aug. 28, 2006 in Basseterre. He is also the owner and captain of a white fiberglass fishing boat, 29 feet in length with a four feet draught, powered by two 150 HP Yamaha outboard motors. The vessel’s name “JOOCANDA” was registered in June 2007 in Basseterre St. Kitts with the number V4-391-BE.
If you have information about Pemberton, call the police hotline at 778-4950, or 777-8711 or call 911.
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