The tyres to a police service vehicle in Clarendon were damaged by green clad supporters of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) Sunday morning while on their way to the party 67th annual conference at the National Arena.
According to a report on RJR News just after 11 0'clock, the driver of a mini-bus was transporting supporters when on reaching a section of the Toll Gate main road, the driver reportedly caused two other motorists travelling in the opposite direction to take evasive action.
The bus driver was reportedly driving recklessly.
Police officers who were on patrol attempted to stop the vehicle however, the driver sped away.
The vehicle was chased by the police who managed to force the bus driver to stop short distance away.
It is reported that while the police were talking to the driver, JLP supporters came out of the mini-bus and began to behave boisterously.
It is further reported that members of the group slashed all four tyres on the police unit.
However, because the police were unable to pinpoint who carried out the attack, no action was taken and the supporters were allowed to continue on their journey.
Superintendent Dathan Henry, Head of the Clarendon Police, confirmed the incident.
However, he said the police on the scene took the particulars of the driver as it relates to a breach of the Road Traffic Act.