Dancehall Entertainer, Quada whose real name is Shacquelle Clarke, will need to return to court on the 12 of January 2021, for the charge of murder and arson that he was arrested for on the 15th of January, this year.
The artiste was successful in getting a $500,000 bail, just two days after his arrest and would have recently need to presume court appointments, for the matter.
He is being represented by Attorney at Law Bianca Samuels who recently showed up for the continuation of the case, however to a missing document that concerns the charge of Arson, the court session was rescheduled.
Quada was arrested after it was reported to the police that he had involvement in the death of Miguel Williams, a 30-year-old man, who resided in Sterling Castle, St. Andrew.
Reports are that an angry mob forced themselves into the dwelling of Williams, where he was beaten, and burned along with his house.
Speculations are that the motive behind the killing stems from the murder of an eight-year-old girl by the name of Shantae Skyers, who went missing and was found dead in Sterling Castle heights a few days after.
Arrested along with Quada and given the same charges, was Andrew Breakcliffe, also known as Grinch from the Sterling Heights community.