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February 12, 2014
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Cops look on as ... Guidance counsellor beats man at station
André Williams, STAR Writer

The guidance counsellor of a popular St Catherine high school was charged recently after she was accused of attacking and beating her child's father inside the guardroom of a police station in Kingston, The STAR understands.

Information reaching our news team is that the incident occurred in full view of a number of police personnel at the station.

Police said the guidance counsellor was picked up at her school because several requests for her to turn herself in allegedly fell on deaf ears. She has since been charged with assault occasioning bodily harm.

rained several blows

The STAR heard that the guidance counsellor rained several blows on the much bigger male, who, despite being armed, was reluctant to return the blows and begged for the police on hand to restrain her.

The debacle unfolded following an incident which involved the custody of their 15-year-old child.

Police said the guidance counsellor is to appear in court later this week.

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