Tesha Miller has been slapped with charges in relation to a 2008 murder in St Catherine.
The reputed leader of the Klansman Gang, who was arrested along with his girlfriend at a shopping centre in Barbican, St Andrew on Tuesday by detectives from the Counter Terrorism and Organized Crime Investigations Branch, was reportedly charged with accessory before and after the fact in relation to the murder on Thursday.
According to reports, Tesha Miller is to appear in the Home Circuit Court on November 9 to answer the charges.
His attorneys Bert Samuels and Able Don Foote revealed that they will be applying for bail.
On Wednesday, Foote reportedly brought an application in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court for Miller’s immediate release from custody. Parish Judge Vaughn Smith heard the application and ordered that Miller should be charged or released by 9 a.m on Friday, November 2.
Tesha Miller was deported from the Bahamas in April 2017.
On his return to Jamaica, he was charged with making a false declaration to immigration officers at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston.
Miller pleaded guilty and was fined.