The Dancehall entertainer was arrested after he was found in possession of what appeared to be rifles. However, police sources have confirmed that they were replica guns that were being used for a video shoot.
Kalado was asked to return this morning by officers investigating the incident, however no charges were announced.
Following previous incidents involving local artistes using replica guns for video shoots, the Police High Command had issued a statement detailing the proper protocols for persons wishing to use replica firearms in videos.
That includes notifying the nearest police station and getting written permission.