The troubled police chief, who was allegedly shot by Jasmine Hartin, was “so drunk” the day he died that he was “stopped for intermittent driving in his golf cart.”
- Henry Jemat is believed to have been shot by Jasmine Hartin on May 28 in Belize.
- Jasmine claims it was an accident and the gun went off when she went to hand it to him
- Supt Jemmott was drunk the day he died, The Mail On Sunday reported
- Another policeman had pulled him out because he was driving his golf cart in a “fickle” way.
- The father was “tormented by demons,”
Problematic Police Chief Henry Jemat was so drunk on the day of his death that another police officer pulled him to drive his golf cart in a “non-permanent” way, reports The Mail on Sunday.
Supt Jemmott was on a five-day break after receiving official leave for “personal reasons”.
Hours before he was shot, a traffic officer pulled him out as he turned onto an island road.
“He was intoxicated, very drunk,” the source said.
“He was so drunk he was twisting everywhere.” He drove the golf cart erratically. There was a smell of alcohol. They talked to him, but allowed him to continue.
Police Chief Henry Jemut (pictured) was so drunk the day he died that an officer pulled him out because he was driving his golf cart in a “non-permanent” way, reports The Mail on Sunday
The father of five was “tortured by demons,” according to a woman who knows his common wife, Romit Wilson. Mrs. Wilson is the mother of the three youngest children of the Subt Jamot.
“Did you like whiskey?” Yes. Did you like cocaine? Yes. Did he like partying? Absolutely, said the source.
“He was a very complex character who presented himself in a certain way, but the reality was very different. He had many demons.
The Mail on Sunday reported that Ms. Wilson was estranged from the Supt Jemat family, who were “outraged” that Jasmine Hartin had not been charged with his murder.
They plan to file a lawsuit for wrongful death for several million pounds.
“Money has power here,” said Supt Jamut’s sister, Vidalia Kadogan.
A source added: “His funeral will take place on Friday. His sisters organize it because of the rift between the family and Romit.
Supt Jemmott’s best friend, fishing captain Francesco “Panny” Arceo, was with him from 9:00 to 15:00 on the day of his death. Later they had dinner together.
The Mail on Sunday says Supt Jemmott’s family is “outraged” that Jasmine Hartin (pictured leaving the San Pedro police station on May 30) is not charged with her murder.
Pani said: “He was happy to catch a lot of fish. He put on a carefree face and would never talk about problems at home. Real men never do that.
“He didn’t drink on the boat.” We returned at 3pm and then he and his friend went out for a shower and a drink.
“They came back to my house for dinner.” I knew they had a few drinks. Such was Henry. I didn’t judge him.
“When I asked him where he was staying, he said, ‘I’m in the Grand Colony. I’m best friends with Ashcrofts.
“He was proud of his relationship with the Ashcroft family. He bragged about it.
“We ate the red pill we caught earlier that day.” He ate every last part of it and left at 9:15 p.m.
Henry bowed as he stepped out the door. He said, “Thank you, my friend. Today I will never forget.
“I had a feeling I would never see him again.”
The next day, Pani transported her friend’s body from the island to the mainland in her fishing boat before the post-mortem examination.
“I didn’t open the body bag,” he recalls. “I want to remember him as he was.”