Sat | Jul 24, 2021

Traffic Sergeant surrenders

Published:Wednesday | February 20, 2008 | 2:52 PM

The traffic sergeant who is wanted in connection with a corruption investigation has surrendered to the police.

The police said Sergeant Patrick Williams along with his lawyer, turned up at the Anti-Corruption Branch this morning.

Sergeant Williams, of the Elletson Road Police escaped while being accosted by detectives on Monday.

It is reported that he stopped an overloaded taxi along Hagley Park Road in St. Andrew.

The head of the Anti Corruption Branch, Assistant Commissioner Justin Felice said the policeman decided to prosecute the motorist.

He said the policeman seized the vehicle, but offered to drop the charges against the motorist in exchange for $20,000.