It has been almost three weeks since Superintendent Henry Levi Jemmott was killed on a pier in San Pedro Town. The shooter has been charged with manslaughter by negligence and granted bail of thirty thousand dollars. The media asked the Police Commissioner Chester Williams for an update on the ballistics report, but the media has been asked to let it go and leave the authorities to do their work.
Chester Williams, Commissioner of Police: “The ballistic people are going to do their test. I don’t want to go into rehashing this matter. I believe that it has been ventilated enough in the media and I think it is time for us to put it behind us and leave the courts to do what needs to be done at the end of the day. I’m just going to say that whatever samples were collected from the scene whether ballistic or forensic these samples have been sent to the lab and the lab is going to do their part from there.”