19 year old Zachary Knox the young man that allegedly fired shots at Eastern Division South Commander, ACP Chester Williams on May 12, is reportedly admitted to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital (KHMH) in critical condition. Knox has been charged with ACP Chester William’s attempted murder but he has not been arraigned as yet since he is critical in the KHMH. According to reports, Knox was severely beaten while in police custody and had to be hospitalized for damage to his kidneys; now requiring dialysis treatment. Reports are tha this dreadlocks were also ripped from his head. The media questioned ACP Chester Williams, Regional Commander, Eastern Division South, ACP Dezerie Phillips, Regional Commander, Eastern Division North, Inspector Fitzroy Yearwood, PR, Eastern Division North, and ACP Edward Broaster, Regional Commander, Rural Eastern Division; asking each individually what happened to Knox, who was in police custody before admitted at the hospital. None of them had an answer as to what happened to Knox, saying only that they did not know or that the case is before the court, but no explanation as to how a person ends up in critical condition at the KHMH from police custody.