Head of Operations for the St. James Police, Superintendent Eron Samuels says there were no major incidents directly linked to the weekend staging of Reggae Sumfest in Montego Bay.
Daina Davy has more.
The Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre was abuzz with excitement for the two day festival, which saw spectacular performances from a host of dancehall and reggae stars.
The music festival celebrated its 30th anniversary with electrifying performances from Romaine Virgo, Morgan Heritage, Minister Marion Hall, Tommy Lee Sparta, Masicka, Teejay and Valiant, among others.
There was only one blight among the performers.
Rising dancehall act ‘Bayka’, whose given name is Ronaldo Billings, was arrested for repeatedly using expletives during his set, despite multiple warnings.
Superintendent Samuels says while the police do not intend to be ‘kill joys’ at entertainment events, the law must be upheld.