Two taxi operators arrested for over 1,400 outstanding traffic tickets

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) said its Public Safety and Traffic Enforcement Branch has nabbed two drivers of public passenger vehicles who each has more than 700 outstanding traffic tickets.

They were held during what the JCF said was a robust traffic enforcement operation in the corporate area on Tuesday, November 20.

“There are several drivers who disregarded the opportunity to clean their slate via two amnesties, hence we are leaving no stones unturned,” said Senior Superintendent Calvin Allen who heads the Public Safety and Traffic Enforcement Branch.

The JCF, which did not disclose the names of the drivers, said they are from the corporate area and are scheduled to appear before the Traffic Court today, November 21.

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