WATCH: 'Dem a try throw we off' - Maitland court date mix-up angers protestors
Irate protestors converged at the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on Thursday.

Irate protestors converged at the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on Thursday morning to voice their disappointment that Constable Noel Maitland, who is charged with the murder of Donna-Lee Donaldson, did not appear in court today,

Maitland’s murder case has been put off until Friday.

READ: Noel Maitland now set to make court appearance on Friday

Protesters could be heard shouting "justice for Donna-Lee" outside the courtroom.

Donaldson’s family appealed to the public to come out and support the movement.

"Dem a try throw we off," Donaldson's uncle Neil Lugg informed OBSERVER ONLINE, adding that "either we stand fi something or we guh dung fi nutten. Whe dem a go do?"

Deputy Commissioner of Police, Fitz Bailey, announced Maitland’s murder charge at a press conference last week Tuesday. He theorised that Donaldson was murdered between 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm on Tuesday, July 12.

Reports are that on July 11, about 10:00 pm, Donaldson was picked up at her house by Maitland to spend the night with him at an apartment located in New Kingston.

However, on July 12, Donaldson's mother, Sophia Lugg, reported to police that she had not seen or heard from her daughter since that time.

- Candice Haughton

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