Wanted for the murder of his sister and an ex-girlfriend, along with a parole violation and illegal entry into the United States, 39-year-old Andre Neverson is the subject of a manhunt involving three participating agencies of the Marshals Service regional task force in the New York/New Jersey area.
According to Assistant Director of the US Marshals, Bob Finan, "Andre Neverson has a history of violence and numerous prior convictions. He must be brought to justice."
Neverson allegedly murdered his sister, Patricia Neverson, on July 8, 2002, in Brooklyn by shooting her in the head and stomach.
The next day he allegedly abducted a former girlfriend, Donna Davis, in Queens. Her body was discovered two days later with a fatal shot to the head.
Neverson reportedly used a handgun several months later when he attempted to visit his daughter at the home of another ex-girlfriend, but fled the scene when the woman's brother arrived.
At the time of both murders Neverson was paroled by New York state for attempted murder in the second degree, first degree assault, and criminal possession of a firearm.
Born in Trinidad and Tobago on May 5, 1964, Neverson's criminal history includes one conviction for assault, two for weapons offenses, and one for attempted murder.
He served almost five years in the custody of correctional authorities in New York for prior convictions, and was deported on July 7, 2000, as an aggravated felon. He illegally entered the United States in September, 2000, by using a false Jamaican passport.
Neverson is considered armed and dangerous because of his past criminal history and the nature of his alleged crimes. Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to contact the US Marshals at 1-800-336-0102.
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