Mother apologizes for cursing cop

Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sergeant today sought to make it “abundantly” clear that officers of the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF) should not be disrespected, after a 35-year-old woman pleaded guilty to using abusive language to a member of the Force.

Sunita Natheisha Wilson, of Kings Village, Paddock Road, St Michael, reportedly exclaimed that “this f******* idiot wouldn’t stop coming round my place”, as Sergeant Vincent Edwards and other officers were preparing to execute a search warrant at her home earlier today.

Despite being warned about her behaviour, Wilson reportedly continued to level expletives in a loud voice at the officer.

However, her attorney, Shari-Ann Walker, told the magistrate that the mother of three was simply frustrated at the time, but was remorseful about her actions. She also asked that the court be as lenient as possible with her client who had no previous convictions.

“I am sorry,” Wilson told one of the officers, who was present in court today. The apology was accepted on behalf of his colleagues and the RBPF.

However, Cuffy-Sargeant told Wilson that in the midst of her frustrations, she had to learn to curtail their response.

“You would not want someone to come on your job and disrespect you. Where ever police are on the island they are on the job, so accord them the respect that they deserve,” the magistrate stated, as Wilson was reprimanded and discharged.

5 Responses to Mother apologizes for cursing cop

  1. James Amlighty
    James Amlighty November 8, 2017 at 10:49 pm

    Maybe if the police respected the citizens of this island they would be respected as well.

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    • Miche November 9, 2017 at 7:40 am

      You people are so anti-Police that you use any situation to lash out at them,,, The criminal minded is like this

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  2. ARETHIA GOODMAN November 9, 2017 at 7:07 am

    The Royal Barbados Police Force
    Respectfully Respects The Citizens
    Of This Island Barbados.
    The Citizen Of This Island
    Barbados Should Recognizes
    The Royal Barbados Police Force
    Should Be Attentionly Be Respectfully Respected.

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  3. jackqulin cox November 9, 2017 at 7:36 am

    As unfortunately they are the ones with the bagde so they are right butni can’t tell you how much times I have been harassed and disrespected by said members of our police force….most of them have no manners or civility within them and think because they have on the uniform it allows then to do anything to anyone…the justice system is really messed up…*sigh* when will it change?

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    • Miche November 9, 2017 at 7:52 am

      Why was I never harassed by the police,,,, Let me tell you, Because I never place myself in a position where I am outside of the law,,,,another thing ,,,A policeman approaching you ,,and telling you that the spot that you are continually parking is wrong,,is not harassing you;,,A police continually having to pull you over for speeding or reckless driving ,is not harassing you.

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