Jamaica Crime News, Trelawny: The police in the parish of Trelawny have reported that, following the bomb threat on Tuesday, August 21, they have now strengthened the security in and around the Duncans Court House, which is now fully back in operation.
The police say they have now taken this threat very seriously, based on the fact that the caller made it quite clear, that he wanted to send a strong message to the state.
Members of the Trelawny police Division, the Bomb Squad, the Jamaica Defence Force and the Trelawny Fire Brigade and a special unit from the Canine Division, we’re called in at the Duncans Parish Court in Duncans, Trelawny, following the bomb threat which was called in by a disgruntled, unanimous caller.
The police have reported that despite not finding any sort of bomb at the compound, they are still taking this threat very seriously, based on the nature of the caller.
The Duncans Court House was completely evacuated along with the Duncans Service station, the Post Office and the Duncans JLP Office, along with other neighboring buildings to the courthouse.
Reports are that shortly after 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday morning of August 21, the police received a telephone call from a unanimous caller indicating that he had placed a very dangerous bomb at the courthouse.
The disgruntled caller further stated that he had a friend who is an overseas visitor and he was recently on the island.
The caller further stated that his friend was allegedly caught with drugs some time ago and was treated harshly by the court system.
The disgruntled caller also bluntly stated that, the Jamaica court system is unjust and for this, he is making an example with the staff at the Duncans Court House who he said are very unjust.