A St Ann police constable who was recently arrested and charged for allegedly molesting a 15-year-old boy, while in custody at the St Ann Bay lock-up, was granted bail in the sum of $250,000 when he appeared before the St Ann Parish Court on Monday.
The accused cop who is represented by Attorney-at-law, Gaunique Williams, was offered bail with two sureties, by Senior Parish Judge, Stanley Clarke.
He was also ordered to surrender his traveling documents, and a stop order placed on all ports of exit.
The cop was also ordered not to communicate with the alleged victim, and is to return to court on November 29 for trial.
Reports are that on Saturday, May 29, the teenage boy was being held at the lock-up when he was allegedly fondled by the constable, while being processed.
The boy also gave a report that the officer allegedly again fondled him on two other occasions that night.
The cop was questioned by officers from CISOCA ad later placed before an identification parade, where he was pointed out by the boy.
A file was then sent to the office of the Director of Public Prosecution, and a ruling made that the officer should be charged.