Wednesday, April 28, 2010
POLICE IN TROUBLE FOR BOUNTY JAIL VISIT
Two policemen from the Portmore Police Station have been suspended and are being investigated after persons were reportedly unlawfully allowed to visit deejay Rodney 'Bounty Killer' Price, while he was at the station's lock-up.
Reports reaching are that on Friday the lawmen, a corporal and a constable, were made aware that they were interdicted and placed on three quarters salary. The interdictions were printed in the police Force Orders, learnt.
three bags of grocery
Senior officers in the St Catherine South Division yesterday confirmed the policemen's interdiction.
Investigation revealed that the alleged visits occurred about 10 p.m. on April 10, which was not a visiting day. Information unearthed revealed that persons connected to the entertainer were caught in the visiting area with three bags of grocery.
It was further revealed that the corporal and the constable were on duty in that area and were asked to account for the foul-up.
Senior personnel at the station called in the Anti-Corruption Branch, which has since launched an investigation into the matter.
Source: Jamaica star