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Cops Put Heat on Beenie Man

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(Jamaica Observer) The St Elizabeth police say they are in possession of a summons to be served on Corporate Area-based dancehall deejay Beenie Man for breaching the Disaster Risk Management Act (DRMA) at an event held on November 29 in the parish.

The entertainer was also warned in relation to a New Year’s Eve party, also slated for St Elizabeth, which he had been promoting on social media.

“The summons is ready… The serving was a problem because he does not live in the parish, but I hear he is here [in St Elizabeth] quite frequently. So since he is going to be here at a party, might as well (the police) get everything together one time,” Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Narda Simms, head of the St Elizabeth police division, told the Jamaica Observer yesterday. “The summons will be issued as long as I can find him or else I will be sending it to Kingston to be served on him, because enough is enough. Mr Davis has done this before and we went, and we warned him, and he continues to have these kinds of social gatherings.”

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