Three Children Rescued from Cult Church, in Montego Bay

Latest Jamaica News, Montego Bay (McKoy’s News): Three Children Rescued from Cult ChurchThe St James Police and a team from the Child Protection Agency carried out an operation at a popular Yahweh compound in Montego Bay, St James on Tuesday, and removed three children who they say are in need and care.

A physical confrontation between members of the St James Police, and worshippers at the Yahweh Church in Albion, Montego Bay, ended with the leader of the faith being taken into police custody, and three children removed from the compound.

Reports are that shortly after 1:30 p.m., on Tuesday, a team of officers from the Freeport police station carried out an operation at the Yahweh premises, to retrieve a number of children said to be in need of protection and care.

On reaching the compound, the officers were barred from entering the grounds by women and children of the Yahweh faith, and their leader 39-year-old Fabian Nelson, made several advances on the officers.

It is alleged that Nelson became aggressive and allegedly attacked the officers as they were in the process of entering the compound.

The police managed to remove the children, while their leader was taken into custody on charges of obstructing an officer while carrying out his duty, assault, and resisting arrest.

In the meanwhile residents living in the s vicinity of the Yahweh compound, say they were in total agreement with the decision taken by the police.

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