More than a week since the mysterious disappearance of Donna-Lee Donaldson, social media users continue to demand answers from her boyfriend, music producer, and a member of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, Noel Maitland.
Maitland, one of the founders of One Time Music, established in 2018, are the producers of Dexta Daps’ “No Underwear”, Squash’s “Trending”, and Jahvillani’s “Clarks Pon Foot.” Noel Maitland, through One Time Music has also worked with the likes of Chronic Law, I-Octane, Kabaka Pyramid, Intense, Kyodi, Quada and others.
Donna-Lee Donaldson was reported missing last week after she visited Maitland, who is said to share a child with a female district constable.
Many have since accused the Jamaica Constabulary Force of covering up for the police officers and dragging out their investigation, as Donaldson was reported missing a week ago and has not been seen or heard from since.
During one of the protests, veteran entertainer Freddie McGregor stopped to collect flyers and speak with people who were on the streets as he signaled his support for the movement to find the young woman.
New details are that her boyfriend has given a statement to the police, but his baby mother, who is a district constable attached to the Half Way Tree police station, has refused to give a statement.
Meanwhile, the Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) has served a notice for questioning on the female district constable in the case of the disappearance of social media personality Donna-Lee Donaldson.
Attorney Oswest Senior-Smith, who is representing the policewoman, said the interview session is set for August 3.
Keep it locked to Music News for more on this developing story.