Former Jamaican superintendent of police Reneto Adams has been released from hospital.
Adams was admitted on Monday after testing positive for coronavirus.
According to local media, the former top cop was released on Wednesday (April 28) after doctors advised him to continue his recovery at home.
Adams reportedly blacked out after an accident at his home on Tuesday (April 27). He was taken to hospital where he did a coronavirus test that came back positive.
At the time, it was reported that he was “not doing too badly”.
The controversial cop spent 41 years in the Jamaica Constabulary Force. During that time he led Crime Management Unit (CMU), which specialized in heavy-handed policing.