WATCH: Maitland remanded until August 22

- Attorney to seek bail at that time

Attorney-at-law Christopher Townsend

Constable Noel Maitland, the boyfriend of social media influencer Donna-Lee Donaldson, was remanded when he appeared before the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on Friday morning.

Attorney-at-law Christopher Townsend, who represents Maitland, says his client is to return to court on August 22. A bail application is to be made at that time.

A fingerprint order was also made for Maitland.

"The matter came up in Court and we set a date for bail application. The Judge could not have heard it on the 18th, which was the date that we had suggested, so she will hear it on the 22nd of August. We will be applying for bail on that occasion," Townsend told OBSERVER ONLINE.

The lawyer said that at present, several documents for the case remain outstanding.

"The only report that they say is ready is a report concerning blood that they say that they found...those things will be explored at the hearing," he said.

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