Kingston, Jamaica (McN) – Earlan Bartley, known as Alkaline, Jamaican Dancehall Deejay is still in police custody, after he reported to police on Thursday for question in the murder of a man in January of this year.
Police transported Earlan Bartley on Thursday February 9, 2017, to the Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) headquarters for further investigation, after a first round of investigation completed at the Kingston Area 4 Police Headquarter, into the shooting death of 28-year-old Rohan “Head” Morris, in St Andrew last month.
Morris was reportedly shot over 15 time, just minutes after he hid his 5-year-old daughter under a mattress, and told her he loved her, as gunmen kicked in the door to his home.
On Tuesday police announced that Bartley must report to the Kingston Area 4 Police Headquarter, by 5 pm on the following day, Wednesday, for questioning related to the murder of Morris, however, the Deejay’s attorney Peter Champagnie made arrangement with the Area 4 police for Alkaline to appear on Thursday.
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Superintendent of the Police Corporate Communication Unit, Stephanie Lindsay stated this evening that the police have concluded their questioning with Bartley, but the superstar Deejay will remain in custody.