UPDATE: Cybercrimes case against Latoya Nugent adjourned until May
The cybercrimes case against Tambourine Army co-founder Latoya Nugent has been adjourned until May 17 to allow the prosecution more time to review the matter.
Police investigators this morning indicated that they were yet to complete their examination into an aspect of the criminal complaints Latoya Nugent.
Meanwhile, the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, which has taken over the case, says its review of the complaints against Nugent is almost completed.
The disclosures were made in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court this morning by assistant director of public prosecutions Yanique Gardener Brown.
Nugent is charged under the Cybercrimes Act with three counts of using a computer for malicious communication.
She is alleged to have published information on social media accusing several individuals of being sexual predators.
Nugent was charged after some of the individuals complained to the police.