The Boston Globe

18 Sep The Boston Globe

McClatchy-Tribune Information Services
September 18, 1987

KINGSTON, Jamaica- An unemployed handyman considered a prime suspect in the shooting death of reggae music star Peter Tosh and two others turned himself in to authorities yesterday, police said.

The suspect, Dennis Lobban, arrived at the offices of the Jamaica Council for Human Rights in downtown Kingston at 10:15 A.M. and said he wanted to hand himself over, according to police.

An arrest warrant had been issued Wednesday for Lobban, described as armed and dangerous. Lobban, 33, reportedly knew Tosh and had been to his house several times, Officials said.