Six Months Prison For Guilty Records Clerk

Horace Anthony Gayle, the records clerk who was charged for breaches of the Corruption Prevention Act, was sentenced on Thursday, February 13 to six months in prison.

After a little over three months, Gayle pleaded guilty to one count of soliciting and accepting under the Act.

Reportedly, he was arrested on Monday, November 11, 2019 in a sting operation by the police’s Inspectorate and Professional Standards Oversight Bureau, during which he accepted $45,000 he had earlier arranged to collect.

That amount was the remainder of $110,000 which he had solicited to produce and deliver a clean police record for an applicant.

The applicant is ineligible and has a criminal record.

Shannon Dale Reid

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