Andre Neverson- New York- 2002 (Added in 2004) (CAPTURED!!!) Jan 16, 2013 15:21:33 GMT -5
Post by Scumhunter on Jan 16, 2013 15:21:33 GMT -5
(Above photo credit: USMarshals.gov website)
Fugitive Profile as of August 19th, 2014 (Based on usmarshals.gov profile):
Alias: Andre Humphrey, Andre Henderson, Troy Michael Anderson, TroyMichael Henderson, Trey Michael Henderson
Date of Birth: …….……..MAY 5, 1964
Place of Birth: ……..……TRINIDAD
Height: ……………….....6’ 2”
Weight: …………..……..240 POUNDS
Scars/Tattoos: …………..SCAR ON FOREHEAD
Who to call if you've seen him: Nearest U.S. Marshals Service office, American Embassy/Consulate, or
call the U.S. Marshals Service Communications center at 1-800-336-0102
This thread is to discuss Andre Neverson, US Marshals Top 15-er and aired on AMW at least over a dozen times. Below is an archived description of his case.
A Troubled Past
Andre Neverson already had a history with United States authorities, after he was imprisoned back in 1995 on an attempted murder conviction. Five years later, he was released from prison and deported back to his native Trinidad and Tobago, but that would not be his final farewell.
Two years later, cops say Neverson snuck back into the U.S., settled in New York and began dating Donna Davis. That relationship didn't last long, and when Donna broke it off, Neverson didn't take it well.
Meanwhile, Neverson was in an on-going argument with his sister over money and a property dispute, and his increasing frustrations were about to boil over.
Cops say on July 8, 2002, Neverson shot and killed his sister inside her Crown Heights row-house. But according to authorities, he wasn't finished yet. The next day, cops say Neverson picked Donna Davis up from the school in Queens where she'd been taking classes.
Two days later, cops found her body in a vacant Queens lot, but there was no sign of Neverson.
Marshals Team Up With NYPD
For almost two years, the NYPD hunted for Neverson and many of their leads came from his frequent airings on AMW. From coast-to-coast, homicide detectives followed up on all the leads, including one suggesting the usually bald-headed Neverson was trying to disguise himself with a dreadlock wig.
That lead was confirmed when cops intercepted a laptop Neverson had sent to an old girlfriend, which contained photos of the accused killer in the wig. But although authorities knew that the AMW tip was solid, they still didn't know where Neverson was hiding.
In February 2004, the U.S. Marshals Service joined the hunt, and put Neverson on their 15 Most Wanted Fugitives list. Teaming up with the NYPD, the Marshals were just as determined to hunt this guy down.
Neverson In Motion
If law enforcement was going to round up Neverson, they needed as much information as they could gather about him. They wanted video to be able to see how Neverson walks, hear how he talks and collect any other details that would help them find him.
In November 2005, investigators set out to re-interview everyone involved in the case and to look for any video. Soon, they hit pay dirt.
Donna Davis' parents knew their daughter had a video camera but hadn't had the heart to go through her belongings. Knowing how important a video of Neverson would be, they mustered up the strength to go to Donna's room and view the tape in her camera.
Sure enough, the tape contained numerous video segments of Neverson in Trinidad that let authorities see his distinctive walk and hear his slightly accented English. Even though the video was recorded before he went on the run, investigators hope it will give the case a jumpstart.
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