A trial date cannot be set for the four persons, including two women, who allegedly kidnapped a St Ann businessman last month and demanded a ransom of $5 million, because the cell site analysis is not ready.
The four appeared in the Gun Court on Tuesday and were ordered by Supreme Court Judge Leighton Pusey to return on July 30 when the case will be mentioned.
They are Andrew Dillion, Aldane Jackson, Trevorlyn Rowe and Nikesha Whyte, all of St Ann addresses.
It is being alleged that on January 13, a female approached the complainant who operates a locksmith business in St Ann and asked him to open the lock for the door of a motor car.
While he was walking towards the motor car, a man brandished a gun and ordered him into the motor car.
The four allegedly blindfolded the man and took him to a location where he was kept for several days. A demand was made for a ransom of $5 million.
The police set up a sting operation in which one of the alleged kidnappers was held.
Further investigations led to the arrest of the other three accused.