Busy Signal arrested on extradition warrant

(Jamaica Gleaner) Law enforcement agents have arrested another high profile figure from the West Kingston community, on an extradition warrant.

Glendale Gordon known as Busy Signal

Popular dancehall artiste, Busy Signal, whose real name is Glendale Gordon, was picked up at the Norman Manley International Airport, immediately after he stepped off a flight from the United Kingdom this afternoon.

The Gleaner/Power 106 News understands that the entertainer was returning from a tour in Amsterdam.

His arrest came months after The Gleaner broke the story that a prominent entertainer was under the radar of the United States to be extradited.

According one of the law enforcement officers who spoke with The Gleaner, ‘Busy’ has been under investigation since 2002.

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