Police charge bus owner who assaulted Clarendon cop

The bus owner who was shot after he assaulted a policeman in Spalding, Clarendon on February 5 has been charged.  

He has been identified as Jermaine Reid, 45.

Head of  the Manchester Police Superintendent Wayne Cameron said investigations revealed that there are three warrants out for Mr Reid who is no stranger to police confrontations: 

Videos which captured the incident showed chaos in the town after the policeman shot the driver, whose vehicle was being seized for a traffic offence.

Superintendent Cameron added that charges have also been laid against those persons who were seen in the video hurling missiles and others inciting violence against the policeman.

And Head of Area Three Police Assistant Police Commissioner of Police Clifford Chambers says a meeting will be held with various stakeholders to restore order in Spalding.

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