San Pedro Police has reportedly released and re-detained Jasmine Hartin-the prime suspect in the shooting death of Supt. Henry Jemmott. Hartin was apparently released and re-arrested sometime last night as police were obligated to after 48 hours. Police now have an additional 48 hours to continue investigating and either lay charges or release her.


According to reliable information, the investigation into the shooting death of Superintendent Henry Jemmott is wrapping up and charges are expected to be levied soon. The prime suspect, Jasmine Hartin, is said to be cooperating. Hartin will also be charged for possession of cocaine and is expected to be arraigned tomorrow at the San Pedro Magistrate Court.

San Pedro Sun