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"Rap Brown" appears in court

ANTOINETTE CONNELL, antoinetteconnell@nationnews.com

Added 18 October 2019


Former crack detective Ashford Athelbert "Rap Brown" Jones appeared in court today(Picture by Xtra Vision Photography)

Former crack detective Ashford Athelbert "Rap Brown" Jones has appeared in court on an ammunition charge.

Jones, 72, of Goodland, Christ Church is accused of having 100 bullets without a permit on October 13 and appeared in Criminal Court No. 1 before acting Magistrate Joy Ann Clarke this morning.

The ace marksman was not required to plead on the indictable offence and the matter was adjourned until November 15.

However, attorneys Michael Lashley, QC, and Angella Mitchell-Gittens have filed an urgent bail application before the High Court which is schedule for today. (AC)




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