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May 06, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Police in Kingston, Jamaica, have charged two people with the April 17 shooting death of Carlton Barrett, a drummer for the late reggae star Bob Marley. One of the suspects was identified as Barrett's 35-year-old widow, Albertine; the other as Glenroy Carter, 34, a local taxi cab owner. Barrett, 35, was gunned down near his home last month while going to a store to buy chicken for his wife and three children, according to police.

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