Police Arrest Jamiko Bean After Escape

October 17, 2015

33 year old Jamiko Bean is now back in police custody after being captured this afternoon [Oct 17] in Southampton.

Bean had escaped from police custody at around 1.30pm yesterday while apparently assisting members of the Criminal Investigations Department in identifying scenes of crimes he is suspected of committing.

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A police spokesperson said, “Police can confirm the recapture of 33 year old Jamiko Bean who was seen by officers on Middle Road in Southampton at around 3:50pm on a motorcycle.

“The 33 year old male then jumped off the cycle and began to run and hide in the area of the Southampton Marketplace. He was eventually captured without a struggle at a residence next to Riddles Bay.

“He was then taken to Hamilton Police Station where he was processed and detained. Police would like to thank the public for their assistance with this matter.

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  1. Vulcan Trash Cleaner says:

    should never have been allowed out in the first place!

  2. Terry says:

    Gotta get a piece before they get yours……

  3. know dat says:

    There is a video of this and the police mistreated this young man. he didn’t put up a fight but that didnt stop them from slamming his head into a car window.

  4. Barbara Cooper says:

    Thanks to the the Police for their good work.

    • Self says:

      Good work? They allowed him to escape in the first place!!

    • Positive Pessimist says:

      It sounds more like sheer luck than anything.

  5. Raymond Ray says:

    You can bet you @$$sss he was handcuffed this time…

  6. Coffee says:

    Don’t know the chap , but I guess he most likely wanted to go a show down Front Street , but then it started sprinkling , then raining , then pouring , then absolutely throwing it down .
    In the end he thought it just wasn’t worth it , so he did the right thing and allowed himself to be caught .

    • Positive Pessimist says:

      That’s just human nature and apparently always has been. I just read section of a history book about a large group who wanted to overthrow Queen Victoria and remove the British monarchy. She and her family were moved to safety and the police constables and military brought out as the large militant group descended on Buckingham Palace. At the last minute, there was a spot of luck: it began to pour buckets and the group gave up and returned home and it all just fizzled out after that. If not for the rain, the monarchy could have ended and a republic installed!

  7. Y-gurl says:

    Good work????? Thanks to the residents of Warwick for showing the cops where the guy was

  8. Some Beach says:

    Yes indeed…bps…good job…well done.

  9. Dennis says:

    Next time make sure the suspect is handcuffed to an officer. That was rather silly.

  10. bill says:

    It is clear this young man is in need of assistance. I hope he is able to address his issues while incarcerated.

    • Rosie says:

      I agree Bill……..looking at the BIGGER picture THAT is exactly what he needs……Known him since he was a toddler.

  11. Alvin Williams says:

    An escape prisoner really has no where to run and even if some one puts him up he will still be in a sort of house arrest.

  12. Khalifakhan Fashala says:

    The viewing of this video is somewhat disturbing and appear unnecessary ruff handling of another person human being who is already restrained in handcuffs. The acts of civility and sensitivity is to be expected from those who execute their respective duties. I can see this in this type of action. No one regard of the circumstance wish to be handle in such way and it is not by any-means acceptable or justifiable. I you wish for cooperation and respect such must be seen and given. Look like a pack of wolves descending on a lone sheep.

    • Positive Pessimist says:

      You got a lot of ‘dislikes’ but I felt the same way. Maybe because he seemed so confused and dazed. Yes, he was a fugitive but that just seemed like overkill-it was like some kind of mob mentality or something. He was restrained at that point so why that massive hoard of police for ONE man??? They also could have pulled his pants up-it was like they wanted to humiliate him further because he had humiliated them by escaping.

      NOT excusing anything this man did but as far as I know, he hasn’t killed anyone. He’s a human being-not an animal but he was treated like one. Anyone who looks at that and thinks it’s o.k. is not right in the head with no compassion for their fellow human beings as far as I’m concerned.

  13. Yohanan says:

    He already in cuffs. If u push his arms up any higher they may break. Excessive force