MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Forty-five-year-old Spalding bus proprietor/operator Jermin Reid, who was just lately at the centre of a battle with the police, had his bail prolonged when he appeared in the Manchester Parish Court docket on Wednesday.
He was captured on video final month shoving a policeman after his car was about to be positioned on a wrecker and was shot and injured by one other policeman, who got here to his colleague’s defence within the course of.
Reid is charged with assault occasioning bodily hurt, two counts of assault at frequent legislation for making an attempt to disarm the officer and resisting arrest, obstructing the police of their responsibility and malicious destruction of property for damaging the policeman’s uniform.
When the allegations have been learn in courtroom he pleaded not responsible.
He identified to parish decide Desiree Alleyne that he appeared in courtroom in Spalding just lately in relation to the matter, noting that his lawyer Ernie Smith was unable to be in attendance on Wednesday.
The decide ordered that his bail be prolonged and mentioned that he ought to return to the Manchester Parish Court docket on April 24, and that he verify on the issues earlier than the courtroom in Spalding to make sure that they weren’t overlapping in dealing with the case.
Reid was summoned earlier than the courtroom in Spalding for the site visitors breaches that resulted within the altercation.
His driver, Ripton Reid, who was working the bus on the day the incident occurred, can also be summoned to be at courtroom in Spalding.
His breaches are working opposite to the phrases and circumstances of his licence, not making certain passenger security, driving a faulty car, no uniform, no PPV badge and failure to put on PPV badge.
In the meantime, Rojay Brown, 24, of Ritchies, Clarendon, is scheduled to be sentenced on April 17 for damaging a police car in Spalding throughout the altercation between Jermin Reid and the policeman.
When he appeared within the Manchester Parish Court docket final month, he pleaded responsible to the cost of malicious destruction of property.
Brown was supplied bail within the sum of $70,000 with a surety however was additionally ordered to pay $126,000 to compensate for the damages.
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