Kartel's jail cell searched in investigation of producer's killing

Kartel's jail cell searched in investigation of producer's killing

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Police say they have searched the jail cell of DJ Vybz Kartel’s as part of their investigations into the killing of popular music producer Patrick ‘Roach’ Samuels.

The police reported that on Sunday detectives seized two cellular phones and three thumb-drives from the cell occupied by Kartel whose real name is Adijah Palmer. 

The Constabulary Communications Network  (CCN) report Wednesday did not give the connection between the contraband found in the entertainer’s cell and the killing of the producer.

According to the cops the cell of Garfield Vassell, otherwise called ‘Zebra’, was also searched and the officers seized a sim card as well as a piece of paper containing instructions purportedly written by a popular entertainer.
Neither the nature of the instructions nor the name of the “popular entertainer”were revealed.


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