The third policeman charged in connection with the gangland-style killing of a 29-year-old tiler in Red Hills, St. Andrew, last month, is also scheduled to make his first appearance before the Gun Court Division of the Kingston and St. Andrew Parish Court today.
Constable Kemar Dennis was charged with murder last week after returning from the United States.
He was pointed out on an ID parade as one of the three men who attacked and fatally shot, Phillip Wallace, a resident of Green Glide Close in Red Hills, St. Andrew.
Two other policemen, Constable Purcell Carter and Corporal Miguel Ebanks, have been charged in the case.
They were denied bail last week and are to return to court on September 6.
Constable Carter and Corporal Ebanks, who are assigned to the St. Andrew North Police Division, were arrested shortly after the death of Phillip Wallace.
Mr. Wallace was shot on July 16 while sitting outside a bar in his community.
It's alleged that he was killed after refusing to pay the policemen in order not to bring charges against him.