ZR conductor charged for insulting police
A ZR conductor was placed on a bond for 12 months for using insulting language to a police constable in the execution of his duties Tuesday, while on Nursery Drive, near the River Terminal.
Junior Ward, 27, of Kingsland, Christ Church was also charged with soliciting passengers on Nursery Drive.
He pleaded guilty to both counts when he appeared in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court Wednesday and was reprimanded and discharged for unlawfully soliciting passengers, and placed on the bond for insulting the police.
Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant told him if he breached the bond, he would have to pay the court $200 immediately or spend six months in jail.