On August 31, Falmouth News posted a picture of a missing man on our Facebook page. At the time we did not know who he was. All we knew is that the police had put out a bulletin three (3) days after he was last seen.
He has now been identified as an ex-policeman who was scheduled to appear in court on September 23 to answer charges of obtaining money by false pretense.
From JamOne Media.
The Trelawny police are now in search of a Police Constable who was recently expelled from the Jamaica Constabulary Force, and who went missing after leaving his home in Trelawny, on August 28.
He has been identified as 23-year-old ex-policeman Adrian Brown, of Bounty Hall in Trelawny, who was stationed at the Barnett Street police department in Montego Bay, prior to his dismissal from the force earlier this year.
Reports by the police are that on August 28, Brown left his home in Trelawny and informed family members that he was going to St James to meet with someone. He has not been seen or heard from since.
He was last seen wearing a blue polo shirt, black jeans and a pair of black sneakers.
Brown was scheduled to appear in the St James Parish Court on September 23, to answer to charges of obtaining money by false pretence.
Anyone knowing his whereabouts or can assist the police is being asked to contact the Falmouth police at 876-954-3222.