The fate of a policeman implicated in an incident of scrapping cars at a police station December last year rests in a ruling to be handed down by the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution’s, DPP.
According to the Head of the Constabulary’s Corporate Communications Unit, CCU, Assistant Superintendent Dahlia Garrick, the ruling is critical in moving the investigations.
The policeman implicated is a Detective Corporal. He was attached to the Constant Spring Police Criminal Investigation Branch, CIB. He was implicated after police nabbed two men stealing parts at the Constant Spring Police pound early in the morning of December 16, 2017.
While the men were being held a call reportedly came to their phone from the policeman. It’s said the conversation implicated the detective corporal.
The two other men have since been charged in connection with the incident.
Meanwhile, the Portmore, St Catherine woman who is alleging her vehicle was partially scrapped while in the custody of the Bridgeport police is in fear of her life.
She told our news centre today that she was sent back to the Bridgeport Police Station to pick up a copy of her statement for the investigations, but says she’s fearful.