October 20, 2009
BOUNTY KILLER ON DRUG CHARGES AGAIN!
It appears that Bounty Killer now has a big bull's eye planted on his back as he has fallen under the baleful eye of the Jamaica Constabulary Force.
Killer has no fewer than four charges before the court on a stunning variety of offences, two of which are weed-related. Last week, he was charged with possession of ganga again, and is scheduled to appear in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court on November 17.
It is clear that Bounty Killer has not grasped the idea that the police will not tolerate his continued flouting of Jamaica's laws. He appeared in court last week where he pleaded not guilty to drug charges in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court in relation to an incident on October 9 where his vehicle was searched in New Kingston and contraband found.
He also has a case involving traffic violations allegedly committed last year where he is accused by the police of breaking seven red lights, obstructing traffic and refusing to undergo a breathalyser test in an early-morning incident.
However, the most serious charge in Killer's felonious resume is that he has been charged with assaulting a police officer and illegal possession of a firearm in a September 2007 incident outside a New Kingston nightclub.
Three weeks ago, he was barred from entering Trinidad and Tobago where he was down to perform alongside nemesis Vybz Kartel at a peace-making show in Port-of-Spain.