The Belize police chief allegedly shot and killed by socialite Jasmine Hartin was “very drunk” on the day he died — prompting another officer to pull him over for erratically driving a golf cart, according to a report Sunday.
San Pedro Superintendent Henry Jemmott, 42, was pulled over for swerving on an island road just hours before his body was found in the water with a gunshot wound to his head on May 28, the Daily Mail reported.
“He was inebriated, very drunk,” a source told the outlet.
“He was so drunk he was swerving all over the place. He was driving the golf cart erratically. You could smell the liquor. He was spoken to but allowed to continue,” the source continued.
The father of five had been on a five-day leave from his job at the time for “personal” reasons, the newspaper reported.
Hartin, a longtime friend of Jemmott’s, allegedly told authorities that they had met up on