Jamaica: UPDATE: Defiant May Pen taxi operator slapped with six charges

Police from the Clarendon Division have arrested and charged 25-year-old Kemar Dunkley, a taxi operator of Victoria district, Rochester in Clarendon, with multiple charges after he was engaged in a heated confrontation with a police constable in May Pen town centre on Thursday, March 4.

The incident has been captured on video, which has been widely carried on social media.

Dunkley has been charged with:

            Dangerous driving

            Disobeying a constable

            Resisting arrest

            Assaulting police

            Assault occasioning bodily harm and

            Malicious destruction of Government property

The charges relate to the incident that began unfolding at about 9 am, during which Dunkley reportedly attacked and assaulted a policeman after the cop attempted to cite him for a road traffic breach.


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