Female bus driver charged for assaulting Cop, resisting arrest

first_imgA route 48 minibus driver who allegedly assaulted a police officer and resisted arrest found herself before Senior Magistrate Leron Daly last week at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.The first two charges against Amanita Saul read that on February 16, 2019, at the route 48 minibus park, Georgetown, she assaulted Constables LaRose and Woolford who were acting in the execution of their duties.Two other charges alleged that Saul, on the same day at the same location, behaved in a disorderly manner in regards to the peace officers and the public.The final charge alleged that Saul resisted arrest from the peace officers, who were acting in the execution of their duties.According to facts presented by Police Prosecutor Christopher Morris, on February 16, Saul was stopped by traffic officer LaRose and was instructed to go to the Brickdam Police Station.However, Saul allegedly behaved disorderly and assaulted Constable LaRose.Meanwhile, Constable Woolford, who also attempted to arrest Saul, was assaulted by the defendant, who continued behaving in a disorderly manner at that time.Saul denied the charges and was released on $95,000 bail. The case will continue on March 11, 2019.last_img

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