The alleged leader of the Montego-Bay based Stone crusher gang, Eldon Calvert, was this afternoon granted bail in the sum of $3 million.
Calvert is charged jointly with Orette Grant for a triple murder.
Grant also received $3 million bail.
Another co-accused Michael Heron, who is facing one count of murder was bailed in the sum of $1.5 million with one or two sureties.
The men have been ordered to report to the Freeport police station every day and are required to be at their homes between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.
Senior puisne judge Gloria Smith also asked the three to surrender their travel documents.
The Director of Public Prosecutions Paula Llewellyn did not oppose the bail application citing several concerns with the case.
Among her concerns was the fact that Detective Sergeant Michael Sirjue was the investigator in the case.
Sirjue is accused of fabricating evidence in another case against Calvert.
Against that background, Llwellyn also asked the court for another four weeks to get a third handwriting expert to review statements in the case.
She told the court that a decision on whether to proceed with the trial will be made at the next hearing.
The three men are scheduled to return to court on April 20.
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