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$50,000 bail for 'Star Bwoy' Mavado

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Dancehall deejay Mavado who was in police custody in St Ann after an incident on
Sunday, has been charged with malicious destruction of property and was
yesterday offered bail at a sum of $50,000.
Reports are that Mavado headlined the event 'Star Light' at Club Jamaica Jamaica
in Runaway Bay and was arrested after an incident at the club.
Reports are that Mavado's entourage was involved in a confrontation with a
delivery man, that left the delivery man 'bloody'.
In a release, the Constabulary Communication Network said, "Reports from the
Runaway Bay police are that the men reportedly damaged a Nissan motor car and a
Toyota Tacoma motor truck during an altercation at a club in Runaway Bay on
Sunday morning. A truck with assorted liquor was also reportedly driven away
during the incident."
It is alleged the that police had to chase Mavado's bus to arrest him.
Mavado, whose real name is David Brooks, was arrested along with several members
of his entourage including his manager.
The members of his entourage who were charged are; 41-year-old David Hunter, who
was charged with assault occasioning bodily harm and unlawful wounding, George
Morris, also called 'Val', who was charged with simple larceny and resisting
arrest and 21-year-old Kevin Palmer who has been charged with simple larceny.
All four are booked to appear in the St Ann's Bay Resident Magistrate's Court on
June 9 to answer to the charges. The other men are still being processed.
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