Jamaica Crime News, Trelawny: The Trelawny police have reported that things are back to normal at the Falmouth Court House, and the Court is now back in session following a bomb threat, which resulted in the suspension of proceedings at the Court House on Tuesday, December 4.
The police further stated that, following a sweep of the area by the Bomb Squad, the JCF and JDF Canine dogs, a decision was taken to resume sittings on Wednesday morning, December 5.
Reports are that on Tuesday morning about 11:00 a.m., members of the Jamaica Defence Force and police officers attached to Area One Police Division, were summoned to the Falmouth Court House to assist in evacuating persons from within, and around the Falmouth Courthouse, following threats of a bomb being planted in the area.
The JDF soldiers and their Canine Division, along with a team from the Bomb Squad, and the Caribbean Search Centre were also called in.
The police took necessary precautions and locked down all the major roadways leading to and from the Court House.
The lawmen related that, this is the third such bomb threat in Trelawny since the past four months, and they say this has now become a major concern.