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Musician claims police brutality; police say he resisted arrest

Twenty-one year old Musician and businessman Bernard Cayetano aka “Unlimited”, held his abdomen, apparently in great pain, when he appeared today before the Chief Magistrate, Sharon Fraser for three charges to be read to him. Cayetano was charged with obstructing a police officer, assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest. He pled not guilty to the charges and was released on a bail of $1,000. His next court date is January 13, 2018. The police alleged that on October 24, Cayetano obstructed police constable Bernel Valdez when he went to a house on 4242 Croton Lane to conduct a search. The police also said that Cayetano assaulted Valdez and resisted his arrest. Cayetano said in open court that the police concocted the charges. He also said that he went to the address to get some clothes for his manager, Kenneth “Big Tom” Flowers and while he was in the room, the police barged in with their weapons drawn, handcuffed his hands behind his back and proceeded to beat him. Cayetano said they told him not to say anything otherwise they would take him up the road and finish him off.