Dancehall News, This Thursday, Tommy Lee Sparta will know whether or not he will be released from the Freeport Police Station.
During an operation under the current “state of public emergency” (SOE) the dancehall artist was arrested. Based on the rules of the SOE, he can be kept for up to 3 months without even being charged.
The deputy superintendent “of Police” stated he looked to the powers that be to be fair in their assessment of the matter because, Tommy Lee was violated by the officers, while the officers stated they wanted him for questioning.
Things seem to be on the up-and-up, as his attorney expressed that he submitted “habeas corpus” for his client. An “habeas corpus” this handles reports of unlawful arrests/detention and request that the individual be brought in front the court to determined the credibility of the detention.
The attorney-at-law also expressed that his client is “exhausted with the onslaught of police officers trying to lock him down and with the way he’s being treated on numerous occasions by the police”
Tommy Lee Sparta who’s given name is Leroy Russell, advised to report to the Freeport Police Station and answer questions about the recent spike of gun related violence in the community of Flanker where he hails from. The deadline he received was July 7th, (the day he was detained).