The trial of Christopher "Dudus" Coke's son and six co-accused implicated in the murder of the alleged leader of the Screamers gang in Denham Town, was postponed today.
Radio Jamaica News was told that the trial was pushed back until April 19 as one of the defence attorneys is ill.
Andrew Coke is charged with conspiracy to murder, while Lanchester Coke and Michael Coke are charged with illegal possession of a firearm.
Their co-accused, Iesha Jones is charged with murder, while David Biggs, Delmarco Cephas and Wayne Page are charged with illegal possession of ammunition.
It was reported that in March 2018, Patrick Davis, 31, the alleged leader of the Screamers gang, was abducted in Arnett Gardens and killed.
His body was dumped in Rockfort, East Kingston.