Two Cops Removed from West Kgn as INDECOM Probes Shooting

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Senior Superintendent of Police, Steve McGregor says at least two members of the Constabulary are to be removed from the West Kingston Divsion, after residents complained about provocation and harassment.

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West Kingston MP, Desmond McKenzie told the Senior Superintendent that a resident complained to him that a Policeman threatened to kill her son.

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And INDECOM Commissioner, Terrence Williams, also visited Tivoli Gardens this afternoon.

Commissioner Williams spoke to our news center while on his way from the area. He says an investigation into the killing of Tevin Gordon is underway.

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Commissioner Williams says his office is stretched as there have been 4-civilian killings by the Police this week.

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