Latest Jamaica News, Montego Bay: Robert Lee Young, otherwise called ‘Changa Changa’ is to return to court on Friday, September 27 to answer to charges of Resisting Arrest and Indecent Language.
Young, a St. James-based novelty entertainer was charged following a Friday, July 12, incident in which he reportedly refused to comply with the instructions of a Policeman, whose suspicion was aroused by Young’s behaviour, whilst on duty along Jimmy Cliff Boulevard in Montego Bay, St. James.
It is reported that after being asked to allow the Policeman to search a bag that he was carrying, Young refused and then shoved the Policeman while uttering indecent language.
His case was mentioned in the St. James Parish Court on Wednesday, July 31, where it was transferred to the Petty Sessions Court.
The Jamaica Constabulary Force is committed to respecting the fundamental rights and practices of all groups within the society.
However, members of the public are being reminded that several pieces of legislation to include the Constabulary Force Act, the Road Traffic Act and the Town and Communities Act, confer the powers of search upon the Police on the basis of reasonable suspicion, and as such, requests should be complied with. Moreover, the law requires that members of the public comply with the requests of the Police generally in all circumstances and refrain from behaviour that obstructs them from carrying out their duties.
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