Careful what you purchase

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Check out this story in Yesterday’s Star and you will think twice about purchasing things. Make sure it’s always from reputable sources and one you can always put back the heat on!

Singer Faith D'Aguilar appeared before the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court on Tuesday to answer to a charge of unlawful possession of property.

The court heard that one of two missing cannons that were stolen from a heritage site in Runaway Bay, St Ann, was found at D'Aguilar's home in the Kingston 10 area. The other cannon was reportedly found in Constant Spring, St Andrew.

The court also heard that D'Aguilar had purchased the cannon from a man to add to her antique collection at her home.

D'Aguilar is known for songs such as Santa Ketch Up Inna Mango Tree. She was also a former festival gold and silver medal winner, but it was probably her work with the late Miss Lou in Jamaican theatre that propelled her to prominence.

The matter was stood down as D'Aguilar's attorney was absent. She returns to court on June 22.