Leighton Coke, the brother of alleged West Kingston crime lord Christopher 'Dudus' Coke, has handed himself in to the police.
Leighton, who is otherwise called Livity, reportedly turned himself in a short while ago at the Half Way Tree Police station in St Andrew, Jamaica.
A source at the station said he was accompanied by religious leader, Reverend Al Miller.
His name was among those issued on a police wanted list last week.
Also in custody, since Saturday, is Justin O'Gilvie, the business partner of Christopher 'Dudus' Coke.
O'Gilvie is a member of the Presidential Click business and one of several alleged members of the Shower Posse gang – reputedly lead by Christopher Coke – who cops included among a list of persons asked to turn themselves in.
The other alleged Shower Posse members on the list are Harry Mcleod, also called 'Harry Dog'; Prince Bucket, also called 'Tugman'; and Paul KirkPatrick, otherwise called 'Teddy Paul'.