Motor vehicles belonging to singers Jah Cure and Chris Martin were seized by police as part of a major crackdown by Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption agency (MOCA) and the Revenue Protection Division (RPD) of the Ministry of Finance.
Reports are that the high-end motor vehicles which include a Range Rover and BMW X-5 are believed to be illegally imported.
Chris Martin’s manager Lydon Kingy Letman told media reporters that the entertainer saw a vehicle on a registered car lot and made a purchased.
Jah Cure’s manager Robert Livingston for a comment he was locked in a meeting.
RPD told reporters that they were unable to comment on the matter but will be issuing a press release in short-order.
MOCA also refused to release the identities of the persons whose vehicles were seized.
Nonetheless, it’s confirmed that the son of a Jamaican politician is said to be in the mix.