A police officer has been charged with abuse of public office after allegedly demanding money from a man to drop two traffic cases.
Constable Renair Jemmott, 28, of Green Hill, St. Michael, is expected to appear in court today to face the charge.
He was arrested yesterday when police carried out an operation at Queen’s Park.
According to police public relations officer Inspector David Welch, Jemmott was at the time allegedly making arrangements to collect money he demanded from a man for the discontinuation of the traffic cases.
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