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Police inspector granted $1m bail on corruption charges

Published: Wednesday December 12, 2012 | 11:39 am Comments 0

Rasbert Turner, Gleaner Writer

Police inspector Dadrick Henry has been offered bail in the sum of $1 million on corruption charges.

Henry appeared in the Spanish Town Resident Magistrate's Court a short while ago, hours after he was arrested and charged with four counts of conduct tending to pervert the course of public justice.

Resident Magistrate Marcia Dunbar-Green told the inspector that he was charged with an extremely serious offence.

She ordered that as conditions of his bail, Henry must report to the Portmore Police Station daily.

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He must also remain at home between 10 o’clock at nights and 5 o’clock in the mornings and must not contact the complainants in anyway.

Henry is to return to court on February 19 next year when the Crown is expected to complete its file against him.

Henry was charged with corruption after he allegedly threatened a policewoman with whom he had a relationship.

Henry is now in court on a case of assault filed by the policewoman.

The court was told this morning that Henry uttered the threats by way of a cellular phone that he was going to kill the policewoman.

It was revealed that the boyfriend of the woman was also threatened.

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