Policeman on bribery charge
Police constable Renair Jemmott has been officially arrested and charged with abuse of public office. The 28-year-old of Green Hill, St Michael, is alleged to have agreed to accept payment from a man to drop the charges...

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    September 30, 2014

    Police Constable Renair Romel Jemmott appeared in the District “A” Magistrates’ Court this morning charged with bribery. Jemmott, 28, who is attached to the Traffic Division is accused of engaging in wilful misconduct and...
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