A 27-year-old Mount Brevitor, St Peter man appeared in court today charged with using indecent language to a police officer during Sunday’s Reggae on the Beach show.
Kwesi Rasheed Ramsay was granted $4,000 bail with one surety and no conditions attached, but has to reappear on August 12 in the District “A” Magistrates’ Court.
Ramsay, a shop assistant, allegedly swore at the officer while at Pirate’s Cove Beach, Bay Street, on April 24, 2016.
He is also accused of resisting Acting Police Sergeant Gladstone Worrell in the execution of his duties and of assaulting Worrell.
Ramsay, who is represented by attorney-at-law Arthur Holder, pleaded not guilty to the charges.