Dancehall artiste Mavado is again being sought by the police.
This follows an attack on a man and his son in St. James Saturday night, July 23.
It is understood that the complainant parked his car along a section of the Belmont Road about 7:00 p.m. when Mavado, whose given name is David Brooks, and his friends drove up.
The artiste reportedly demanded that the man move his vehicle further down the road so they could pass and avoid a pothole.
But the man refused.
Members of his entourage then reportedly emerged from the vehicle and began attacking the man and his son with a machete.
The man reportedly received face, back and foot injuries.
His son was also reportedly injured.
He lost several of his teeth and also sustained injuries to his hand.
The matter was reported to the Anchovy Police and the injured man and his son were treated at hospital.
The police are asking Mavado and his entourage to report to the station.
The incident occurred less than 24 hours after the artiste performed at the annual Reggae Sumfest Show at Catherine Hall in Montego Bay.