The St Cathrine police are now closely monitoring sections of the St Catherine North Division and surrounding areas following the deportation of reputed Clansman Gang leader Tesha Miller from The Bahamas on Tuesday.

The police division includes volatile communities in the vicinity of Spanish Town  – such as Thompson Pen, Tredegar Park, St John’s Road, Rivoli and De La Vega City – where the Clansman Gang operates.

According to Loop News reports, Miller was in police custody up to Wednesday morning.

Police said he was scheduled to be deported last week Tuesday but the deportation was delayed because of security reasons. He was held by Bahamas authorities last month after entering the Caribbean island illegally.

The alleged gangster was deported from the United States last year. Months after his return, he was named as a person of interest by Jamaica’s Counter Terrorism and Organised Crime Investigation Branch (C-TOC) and asked to turn in himself to the authorities.

Detectives reportedly believed Miller could assist them in their investigation of several of the murders recorded in Spanish Town and sections of Portmore during the first quarter of 2016.

According to one of his relatives, Miller keeps fleeing the island because he believes his life is under threat from both the police and criminals.