Dragged feet ‘to alert cops’
AN ENTERTAINER recalled yesterday how he made his presence known to a police officer who was holding a gun to the head of a kneeling young man.
Mark “Twinman” Rollins, who said he was not in fear that night, told the Coroner’s Court he took this action because he did not want the same fate which had befallen another man who had been shot, to befall that youngster.
Rollins, who admitted he had convictions for marijuana and robbery, confirmed the statement he gave to police.
He said he was in Literary Row, Bridgetown, after having left the Mason Hall Street home of the Twelve Tribes, escorting a female friend to the Cheapside terminal, when he saw two people running.