Dancehall star, Alkaline could potentially be in hot water with the law as he has been summoned by the Jamaican Constabulary Force for questioning regarding the murder of Rohan Morris in January.
In a short release issued Tuesday, the JCF said they believe the artiste, whose real name is Earlan Bartley, ‘can assist them with the investigations,’ and originally issued a 5 p.m. deadline on Wednesday for him to meet with police at Harman Barracks in Vineyard Town.
A day after the Jamaican Constabulary Force issued said report himself to police, the Champion Bwoy singer agreed to meet with them at 9 a.m. (JA time) on Thursday after working out an alternative arrangement through his legal team.
The artiste has reportedly hired prominent attorney Peter Champagnie to represent him. The JCF believe Alkaline can assist with the investigation into Morris’ murder, which took place in mid-January in Maverley. Morris, 28, was reportedly killed execution-style in front of his daughter. The murder is believed to be tied into gang warfare taking place in the area.