A retired Senior Superintendent of Police, Delroy Hewitt today testified at the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry that the security forces found guns manufactured in places like China, Egypt, Bolivia, Italy, Argentina and the US, during the May 2010 hunt for Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke.
SSP Hewitt says the guns were found during a search at a premises in Chestnut Lane.
He was being led through his evidence in chief by attorney for the JCF, Deborah Martin.
SSP Hewitt was asked to say how the guns could have reached Jamaica.
He was serving in the St Andrew South Division at the time of the operation.