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Munga’s case moves to Supreme Court – Real FM E-News

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Mavado’s legal team is still unable to determine when the deejay will meet with cops at the Constant Spring Police Station in St Andrew.

Tamika Harrison and Peter Champagnie, who was retained yesterday, is representing the artiste. The latter told the Jamaica Observer they will have to meet with the Mavado after his show in Florida this weekend.

The deejay is scheduled to perform at The All-White Affair: Malta’s & Mitch’s birthday party at the Expo Center at the South Florida Fairgrounds tomorrow.

“Arrangements are being made for him to come and meet with the police,” Champagnie said. “Mr Brooks remains a law-abiding citizen and is willing to corporate with the police.”

Cops gave the entertainer a noon deadline on Wednesday to report for a questioning session at the Constant Spring Police Station. They believe he can assist with information about one of five men held at his Norbrook residence.

The deejay, who resides in the US, was a feature in the news cast this week.

According to police, Mavado and an individual had an argument last Saturday morning in Cassava Piece community. The person returned with a group of men, one of whom fired gunshots at the entertainer who escaped injury.

The deejay reported the matter to the Constant Spring Police Station and a man was detained in relation to the incident.

Cassava Piece is currently under curfew following a spate of murders during the past week. On Saturday three murders were committed there, while on Tuesday, 23-year-old Lorenza Thomas was shot, chopped and set ablaze by unknown assailants.

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