The Jamaica Defence Force corporal who pulled his weapon on his wife and a policeman who were found in a compromising position at their home in Greater Portmore, St Catherine has been convicted.
Omar Williams, 32, was today found guilty in the Gun Court on charges of common assault and illegal possession of firearm.
The charges stemmed from reports from his wife that he had pointed a gun at her during the dramatic encounter on February 19, 2020.
Williams’ bail was further extended for him to return to court for sentencing before Justice Bertram Morrison on May 17.
At the same time, Williams who was accused of shooting the policeman was freed of charges of shooting with intent and illegal possession of firearm.
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