In the afternoon session two policemen recounted Kartel’s arrest.
Superintendent Cornwall Ford said Kartel was located at a hotel in New Kingston in September 2011.
Ford said he took four cellphones from Kartel and handed them over to another policeman.
Deputy Superintendent Winston Henderson testified that following instructions from Superintendent Ford he assembled a team and executed search warrants on three houses belonging to Kartel.
Henderson said during a search of a premises in Norbrook, the police seized 12 passports in various names and 10 cellphones.
He said the team then went to another house in Havendale but the premises were a burned out shell.
It was pointed out that this was the same house in which investigators found bloodstains.
The policeman said a raid was conducted at another house in Independent City Portmore but nothing was found.
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feel say him a go buss the case . me see the news and police say them no know if a lizad blood did in the house . and there is no tape
well I am only hoping the best for him….