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A bus conductor beat the shit out of a cop in Spanish Town recently. 


Last week, a St Catherine male, a bus conductor who allegedly assaulted a policeman in Spanish Town, St Catherine, was granted $200,000 bail when he appeared in the parish court.

The accused, Adrian Henry, was hit with a battery of charges among them: assaulting a police officer, resisting arrest, unlawful wounding, assault occasioning grievous bodily harm and not wearing a conductor's badge.

Parish judge Grace Henry-McKenzie ordered Henry to surrender his travel documents and return to the St Catherine Parish Court on June 15.

Court reports are that on April 11, the policeman was on duty along Young Street in Spanish Town when a white Toyota Coaster bus was stopped and the driver subsequently ticketed for breaching the Road Traffic Act.

The cop realized that Henry was not wearing a conductor's badge and attempted to prosecute him, however Henry, refused to exit the bus. The policeman reportedly boarded the bus and Henry allegedly kicked and punched him repeatedly and threw him from the vehicle.

The court was also told that during the resulting tumult, Henry bit the policeman on one of his fingers fracturing It is further alleged that he hit the policeman in the stomach and tried to disarm him. The cop's colleagues rescued him by restraining Henry. 

The policeman was then taken to hospital and Henry subsequently charged.

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