Posted on May 24, 2005

Let’s Catch These Creeps

Alison Gendar, New York Daily News, May 24

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They have killed with bloody abandon and have gotten away with it — so far.

These 10 men are sitting atop the city’s Most Wanted list, and the NYPD is asking Daily News readers to help track them down.

One man allegedly shot and killed his sister and then gunned down his ex-girlfriend. Another is wanted for the murder of a 15-year-old choirboy.

A third suspect allegedly murdered a father in front of his wife and daughter during a push-in robbery, and a fourth suspect is being sought for the killing of a court officer.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of these suspects is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.


Andre Neverson, 41, 6-feet-2, 240 pounds, bald

Neverson’s terror spree did not end after he allegedly gunned down his sister, Patricia Neverson, and kidnapped, beat and murdered his ex-girlfriend, Donna Davis.

After the killings in July 2002, Neverson delighted in tormenting his girlfriend’s family, investigators said.

He allegedly sent Davis’ mother, Daisy, a chilling note after Donna went missing on July 8, 2002. “You’ll never see her again,” the note read.

“He needs to suffer,” Daisy Davis told The News as the three-year anniversary of her daughter’s murder approaches. “He needs to be caught and to suffer.”

“I don’t want him to know how much pain he has caused, because he is a monster, and he’ll be glad,” she said.

Neverson, a native of Trinidad and Tobago, was deported in 2000 after serving five years for attempted murder. But two years later, he sneaked back into the United States and allegedly ambushed his sister — shooting her in the head at the family’s Crown Heights, Brooklyn, home.

He then abducted Davis as she left a night class at Audrey Cohen College in Queens, police said. Davis’ battered body was found in a weed-choked lot in East New York, Brooklyn.

NYPD Detective Peter Margraf of the 71st Precinct in Brooklyn has been tracking Neverson since the murders. “It’s been three years,” Margraf said. “This guy needs to get caught.”

Federal marshals are offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to his arrest and conviction, and Crime Stoppers is offering an additional $12,000.


Anthony Hernandez, 21, 5-feet-10, 190 pounds, light brown hair

Hernandez didn’t think twice before gunning down 15-year-old Larry Hill while the teen was shooting hoops in East New York, Brooklyn, cops said.

Hernandez was upset that the boy had spoken to — and possibly argued with — his girlfriend. He allegedly stalked Larry to the basketball court and opened fire in Highland Park on July 19, 2004.

After the shooting, Hernandez fled on his bike, cops said.

“I want them to put him in jail,” said Larry’s grandmother, Irene Young Bacchus. “It can’t bring him back, but that’s where he belongs, in prison.”

“To me that’s just a cold-hearted murder to shoot someone in the back,” she said. “You can’t redeem him. You need to catch him.”

Larry was a skinny kid with an easy smile. He sang in the choir at the Rehoboth Fire Baptist Holiness Church and would have celebrated his 16th birthday Feb. 19.

His grandmother said she believes the killer will one day return to the scene of the slaying — and she hopes someone will call the cops.

“What I pray for every night is that he makes a mistake and comes back and someone recognizes him,” she said. “One day, they will catch him. They have to. We cannot live this way forever.”