52-year-old military officer Jese Navunicagi Baoli charged with one count of refusing to take a breathalyzer test, dangerous driving occasioning bodily harm and one count of failing to stop when asked by a police officer, has pleaded guilty to all charges
Bauli appeared before Magistrate Asanga Bodaragama yesterday.
It is alleged that on the 26th of November 2017 Baoli was driving a private car, smelled of alcohol and refused to go through a random breathalyzer test at McGregor Road.
According to the summary of facts when approached by the officers on duty he said that he was a driver at the Prime Minister’s Office. He also informed the officers that he would not take the breathalyzer test and threatened to call the Prime Minister and Commissioner of Police.
It was also alleged that Baoli assaulted a police officer, failed to stop when required and drove off into the Prime Minister’s residence at Ratu Sukuna Road.
Baoli is currently on strict bail conditions and will be reappear on the 17th of May.