Dancehall Artist Kemar Highcon Arrested on Grand Theft Auto Charges in Florida

Broward County, Florida – Jamaican dancehall artist Kemar Highcon, whose real name is Kemar Woodfine, was arrested in Broward County, Florida, on May 5th, 2023, on charges of grand theft auto. Details surrounding the arrest remain unclear, but information from the Broward County Sheriff’s Office website confirms that Highcon has since been released on bond.

Highcon, known for his energetic and unique style, has gained international popularity in recent years with hit singles such as “So Saucy” and “Talk Bout.” The arrest comes as a shock to his fans and the music industry alike, as Highcon is not known for being involved in any criminal activity.

At this time, it is unknown how the arrest will impact the artist’s career or upcoming performances. Representatives for Highcon have not yet released any statements regarding the incident.

The Broward County Sheriff’s Office has not provided additional details on the arrest, but we will continue to follow this developing story closely. Please check back for more updates on the situation involving Kemar Highcon and any potential legal ramifications for the dancehall artist