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Lewiz McCarthy Arrested For Quincy B's Death and CIC Broken Legs - Release to lawyer

7 April 2017 / Berenice Mulubah 

Lewiz McCarthy arrested for the death of Quincy B
Lewiz McCarthy, manager of Quincy B, was arrested 12 hours ago for the death of Quincy B and CIC broken leg.  For full details on the arrest, watch video below.




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  1. .§ 2.83. Permitting unauthorized person to operate motor vehicle.

    No person shall authorize or knowingly permit a motor vehicle owned by him or under his control to be operated by any person who is not authorized hereunder or in violation of the provisions of this chapter. A person who violates the provisions of this section is subject to a fine of not more than $500 or imprisonment for not more than six months, or both

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  2. This Is Insanity! Why Wasn't This Said Earlier? Was Q- B A Kid? Or Was It Wrong For His Manager To Give Him A Car? What's If His Manager Had Not Given Him A Car And He Went For This Show And Had No Means Of Going Home And Had A Similar Situation Or Even Worse? Let These People Just Leave The Man Alone. I Think He Has Gone Through A Lot!

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    1. Manager giving his artist a car is not a problem..
      But the police are just doing LAW..
      The cal documents is in Lews Name.

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  4. Really, is it now Liberians know law???? Aaah mehn...

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