Posted: Thursday, December 9, 2021. 11:09 am CST.
By Aaron Humes, San Pedro: The family of late Senior Superintendent of Police Henry Jemmott attended today’s brief court hearing here, coming face to face for the first time with the woman accused of killing him.
It proved all too much for Henry’s sister Marie and his niece, who briefly spoke to reporters outside the courtroom above the San Pedro Police Station where Jemmott was once in charge.
Through tears they left the courtroom, with Marie issuing a brief statement: “We just ask God to spread love at this time. We leave everything to God….our family will get justice.”
The case returns to court on February 16, 2022.
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