Kingston District Constable and Trelawny Businessman Charged for Fake Bomb Threat

Kingston District Constable and Trelawny Businessman Charged for Fake Bomb Threat
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Jamaica Crime News: Fake Bomb Threat  – A Trelawny businessman and a District Constable, attached to the Kingston Police Division, were both slapped with charges of Causing Public Mischief after it was discovered that they were both behind a number of the fake bomb threat, which occurred in the parishes of Kingston and Trelawny, late last year.

The two accused have been identified as 53-year-old, businessman Cardel Clarke, of Top Town in Clarkes Town, Trelawny, and 34-year-old, District Constable, Jason William, of Kelly Road in Kingston 2.

Reports by the Counter-Terrorism and Organized Crime Investigation Branch are that both men were recently slapped with charges after it was discovered that they deliberately called in fake bomb threats which caused panic in Downtown Kingston, and in Trelawny to detract the court proceedings in which they were involved.

Clarke is booked to appear in the Trelawny Parish Court on Wednesday, February 6th, while Williams will appear before the St Andrew parish Court on Tuesday, February 21st.

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