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After spending three days at the Constant Spring Police lock-up, Dancehall artiste 'Quada' has been granted bail on charges of murder and arson.
The entertainer, whose given name is Shaquelle Clarke, was given a $500,000 bond when he made his first court appearance today at the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court.
He was ordered to return on January 27 for a preliminary hearing.
Quada was represented by attorneys Stacey Knight and Bianca Samuels.
In applying for bail, they told the judge that the entertainer had no previous run-ins with the law and was not a flight risk.
Quada surrendered to the police on Tuesday, January 14 and was interviewed before he was charged with murder and arson.
He was implicated in the killing of 30-year-old Miguel Williams of Sterling Castle Heights, St Andrew and the torching of his house.
Williams was said to be involved in the rape and murder of eight-year-old schoolgirl Shantae Skyers last year.
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