Socialite Jasmine Hartin walks past shrine to top Belize cop she is charged with fatally shooting

Socialite Jasmine Hartin checked into a Belize police station as part of her bail conditions this week — strolling right past a shrine to the cop she is charged with shooting dead, photos obtained Friday by The Post show. …

Socialite Jasmine Hartin checked into a Belize police station as part of her bail conditions this week — strolling right past a shrine to the cop she is charged with shooting dead, photos obtained Friday by The Post show.

Hartin — the common-law wife of British billionaire Lord Michael Ashcroft’s son — was filmed arriving at San Pedro police station at 7 a.m. Thursday, the morning after she was sprung on bail from Belize Central Prison.

As she walked out with an armed guard by her side, she strode inches away from a shrine for the station’s late commanding officer, Superintendent Henry Jemmott, who was found dead in the water late last month.

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Hartin is charged with his manslaughter after officials said she allegedly confessed to accidentally shooting the cop — a close family friend — while handing him his Glock as they defied a curfew and drank together on a pier.

He reportedly fell on top of her and then into the water as she wriggled to get free.

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On Thursday, Hartin had little choice but to notice the shrine on a white-covered table right outside the station. It featured two photographs of Jemmott, as well as an open Bible and religious candles, photos show.

It is likely to become a near-constant reminder for the mother of 4-year-old twins because her $15,000 bail conditions order her to check in to the station daily. She was also required to surrender her passport and ID, and submit travel requests to authorities.

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She is charged with manslaughter by negligence, which reportedly rarely carries a prison sentence and is more likely to end in a fine if she pleads guilty, local media has said.

This report originally appeared in the New York Post. 

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