‘Loader man’ fined $1,000 for disorderly conduct

News post January 7, 2016

KINGSTON, Jamaica – A “loader man” was on Tuesday fined $1,000 after pleading guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct. Damion Bryan was sentenced in the Spanish Town Resident Magistrate’s Court.  The court heard that on December 10, Bryan conducted himself in a noisy and disorderly manner inside the Spanish Town bus park. Bryan sought to explain his actions. He said he was in the bus park when a particular police officer told him that he was going to charge him for extortion. “Mi nuh do extortion, mi load bus fi a living,” Bryan explained to the court. Claiming that the police officer is “taking set on him”, Bryan said the cop hit him on the head with a handcuff and told him he should report it. Bryan added that he had to seek medical attention and that every police officer in the bus park knows that he loads bus for a living. Bryan was subsequently fined by Magistrate Jacqueline Wilcott

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