When police tried to search a teenager four years ago not only did his pants fall to his knees, but three rounds of ammunition were exposed.
And today Kemal Mario Straker officially owned up to the April 15, 2014 charge before Justice Randall Worrell in the No 2 Supreme Court.
Crown Counsel Oliver Thomas said lawmen were executing a search warrant at Straker’s Lot 15, Clapham Park, St Michael home when the ammunition was found.
After he was arrested he gave a police statement detailing what had occurred.
Thomas said that Straker was lying down when he heard a knock at the door and suspecting that it was police, he went to the front house where he sat quietly with “some bullets” in his pants.
“Police start to search me and I went down on the ground to stop the police from searching my pants [but] my pants drop down to my knees because I was struggling and my pants came off,” the statement read.
Straker, who is represented by attorney-at-law Angella Mitchell-Gittens, is due to reappear before Justice Worrell on July 26.