In Magistrates Court this morning [Nov 27], Pembroke resident Kaream Gibbons, 36, pleaded guilty to a single charge of using offensive words to Police on 10th November.
Around 3:55am at the Esso City Tiger Market, Police had approached and questioned him. He admitted telling Police: “F—k you guys. Go lock up the guys who are killing my f—king brothers.”
Prosecutor Cindy Clarke read in further evidence that even after Mr Gibbons had been spoken to by Police, he continued to use offensive words. Police eventually arrested him and took him to Hamilton Police Station where was formally charged.
Asked by Senior Magistrate if he had anything to say, Mr Gibbons told the Magistrate: “I apologized to the officers. I apologize to the Court today. I was intoxicated. They were troubling me for nothing at all. I apologize.”
Senior Magistrate Archie Warner fined Mr Gibbons $500.
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