Reggae artiste Kymani Marley was arrested yesterday by the Pembroke Pines Police Department in Florida for driving on a suspended license. The 46-year-old actor and musician was pulled over on November 3 by the Pembroke Pines Police Department.
In the state of Florida, the first time you are caught driving with a suspended license is a second-degree misdemeanour that can come with a 60-day jail sentence and a fine of up to US$500.
A second offence could put you in jail for up to one year with a fine of up to US$1,000.
A third conviction it could result in a third-degree felony charge. The penalty is up to five years in prison and a US$5,000 fine.
In 2001, he received a Grammy Award nomination for his album, Many More Roads. Marley entered the Billboard Hot 100 with Gotta Be…Movin On Up with PM Dawn, which peaked at No. 90, and Avenues with Refugee Camp All Stars and Pras, which peaked at No. 35.