Bail extended for dancehall artiste Dexta Daps
Dancehall artiste Louis Grandison, more popularly known as Dexta Daps, got an extension of his bail when he appeared in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate’s Court today.
His co-accused, Essan Richards, also had his bail extended.
When the case was mentioned in court today, the clerk of the court, Yanique Henry, told presiding magistrate, Carolyn Tie, that the prosecution will be calling three police witnesses in relation to one of the charges.
Both men are charged with assault occasioning bodily harm, obstructing the police, using indecent language and resisting arrest.
Richards is facing the additional charge of illegal possession of ganja.
Following consultations, RM Tie set the case for November 18, and ordered the police liaison officer to warn the witnesses to attend court.
Grandison and Richards were arrested and charge following an incident at the Sangster International Airport on April 27 when they got in a scuffle with police personnel.