The sentencing of a reputed member of the so-called Clarendon-based Police ‘Death Squad’, Constable Collis ‘Chucky’ Brown, has been postponed until January 3 next year.

The court moved to suspend the matter because aspects of the social inquiry report need to be examined.

Probation officers from a number of parishes and other statements from the community contribute to the social enquiry report.

However, only one of the probation officers was present in court today. Presiding Judge, Viviene Harris, says all officers who contributed to the report should be present on January 3.

Brown, who is said to be one of the main killers in the Police death squad, was found guilty on three counts of murder in November. He was found guilty of murdering Robert Gutty Dawkins in 2009. And, was also found guilty of murder in connection with the killings of Andrew Fearon and Dwayne Douglas in 2012.

Brown was also found guilty of conspiracy to commit murder and wounding with intent. His conviction was seen as a major victory for the Independent Commission of Investigations, INDECOM.