The Constant Spring police have charged one of the suspects involved in last week’s gun attack on dancehall entertainer Mavado.
Anthony Gouldbourne, a resident of Cassava Piece was charged Wednesday afternoon with shooting with intent, illegal possession of a firearm and malicious destruction of property.
Gouldbourne was arrested on Sunday after the entertainer filed a report with police that he was attacked by gunmen in the Cassava Piece community.
The gunmen also sprayed bullets on his vehicle.
The incident has sparked increased tension in the area.
A man was killed and his set ablaze on Monday.
The police have since called on Mavado to come in for questioning in relation to the upsurge in violence.
His 17 year-old son and brother were among five persons taken into custody yesterday following a raid on his Norbrook residence in St. Andrew.
Mavado who is now overseas is expected to be return to the island on the weekend.