Harry Dog’, Dudus’ ‘ex-lieutenant’, Shot Dead In West Kingston

Harry McLeod, the reput­ed ‘ex-lieu­tenant’ of for­mer Tivoli Gardens don, Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke, was killed along Darling Street in the vicin­i­ty of Coronation mar­ket in Western Kingston on Sunday morning.
McLeod was 51 years old.
Reports are that about 7:50 am, McLeod, wide­ly known as ‘Harry Dog,’ who was a labor­er of Tivoli Gardens, was stand­ing along the road­way when a sil­ver motor­car with sev­er­al men aboard was dri­ven up.
The men opened gun­fire on McLeod before mak­ing good their escape.
McLeod was assist­ed to the hos­pi­tal, where he was pro­nounced dead on arrival.
Some five years ago, McLeod was acquit­ted of sev­er­al crim­i­nal charges, includ­ing lar­ce­ny, receiv­ing a stolen motor vehi­cle, and forgery after the pros­e­cu­tion could not build a case against him in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court.

The charges against McLeod arose after the vehi­cle in ques­tion was alleged­ly found in Tivoli Gardens with some 4,000 rounds of ammu­ni­tion in it dur­ing the May 2010 oper­a­tion to appre­hend Coke, who was then want­ed in the United States on drugs and gun­run­ning charges.
With McLeod’s doc­u­ments in it, the vehi­cle was alleged­ly found in front of Coke’s ‘Presidential Click’ office.
That acquit­tal came two years after McLeod was freed of ille­gal pos­ses­sion of ammu­ni­tion charge after 42 rounds of ammu­ni­tion were alleged­ly found in his Oxford Road, New Kingston apart­ment when he was held in 2011.
He has also been arrest­ed sev­er­al oth­er times after the police list­ed him as a “major per­son of inter­est” relat­ed to crimes com­mit­ted in the Kingston Western Police Division.