Local disc jockey Shacquilio ‘Rodjay’ Steadman, who was reported missing since January 6, 2018, has been found alive.The Old Harbour Bay resident was hospitalized and unconscious for days following a motor vehicle accident along the Old Harbour Road. He was rushed to the Spanish Town Hospital before being transferred to the Kingston Public Hospital (KPH) where further treatment was administered. Steadman, we have since learned, was among the many persons who were injured in the deadly January 5 motor vehicle crash in the vicinity of McCook Pen which claimed four lives. He had left his Old Harbour Bay home the night to perform at an event in Tivoli Gardens, west Kingston. But he did not make to the party nor was anyone able to contact him since today. With more than a week passed, his family and friends started fearing the worse in a crime riddled society. RELATED ARTICLE: Family desperate to find missing Old Harbour DJ However, by noon today, apprehension turned into joyous celebrations as news quickly spread that Rodjay is alive in hospital. Phillipa Pommells, a cousin of Steadman, said the 20-year-old DJ was discharged from hospital this afternoon and is resting at home. She told Old Harbour News that her cousin suffered a serious head injury and was in coma for days.