Sunday 7 June, 2020

BEDTIME STORY: Arnett Gardens’ ‘curfew breaker’ changes his tune

A screengrab from a new video depicting the Arnett Gardens resident who was recently taken in by the police after posting a video laced with unflattering remarks about the prime minister and the police.

A screengrab from a new video depicting the Arnett Gardens resident who was recently taken in by the police after posting a video laced with unflattering remarks about the prime minister and the police.

The man who came on social media making disrespectful comments about the prime minister and threatening to defy a curfew order that has been imposed by the Government, has been released from police custody.

And following his release, 37-year-old Dayne Mitchell of Arnett Gardens again took to social media.

But this time it was to call on members of the public to follow the instruction of the authorities.

The police reported that Mitchell was charged with breaches of the Disaster Risk Management (Enforcement Measures) (No. 2) (Amendment) (No.2) Order, 2020, and later offered bail.

Watch the video below of his latest on-screen appearance.

 

 

Meanwhile, the police are reminding persons to comply with the nightly all-island curfew that runs from 8pm to 6am. The authorities said failure to comply may put others at risk of contracting the coronavirus, and can result in actions being taken against non-compliant individuals.

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