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Police officers given bail totalling more than four million dollars

by STAFF WRITER

COURTPORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Jan 18, CMC – Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers Caesar Monday granted bail totalling TT$4.5 million (One TT dollar =US$0.16 cents) to six police officers who have been charged with using their service weapons while on duty to rob two men of cash and jewellery as well as making false reports in the station diary and falsely imprisoning four people.

The police officers will have to surrender their passports and report to the police twice a week. The case against them has been adjourned to February 15.

The prosecution alleges that the officers  – Steve Williams,35, Brandon Thompson, 25, Ronald Samuel, 32 and 30 year old Kevon Patrick, misbehaved in office by  threatening to charge falsely Mary Duncan, Peabo Duncan and Kimberly James for possession of cocaine.

The officers are also alleged to have falsely imprisoned and held against their will the here people as well as another person, Stephan Waldron.

The officers also allegedly robbed Peabo Duncan of TT$53,000 and TT$4,200 worth of jewellery.

The offences allegedly took place on January 5.

Williams, Ryan Grandison, 27, and Dion Ottley, 31, are also charged with threatening to charge falsely Mark Rampersad, Farial Ramharrack and Lalieeta Ramdawan for possession of cocaine, marijuana and a gun.

The officers were also charged with robbing Rampersad of TT$125,000 and TT$55,000 worth of jewellery on December 12 last year.

Ottley faced two separate charges of attempting to pervert the course of justice with the state alleging that on December 13, last year made a false entry into the station diary which stated that he and another police officer found and seized six rounds of .38 ammunition and also seized 13 packets of cocaine.

 

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by STAFF WRITER

COURTPORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Jan 18, CMC – Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers Caesar Monday granted bail totalling TT$4.5 million (One TT dollar =US$0.16 cents) to six police officers who have been charged with using their service weapons while on duty to rob two men of cash and jewellery as well as making false reports in the station diary and falsely imprisoning four people.

The police officers will have to surrender their passports and report to the police twice a week. The case against them has been adjourned to February 15.

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The prosecution alleges that the officers  – Steve Williams,35, Brandon Thompson, 25, Ronald Samuel, 32 and 30 year old Kevon Patrick, misbehaved in office by  threatening to charge falsely Mary Duncan, Peabo Duncan and Kimberly James for possession of cocaine.

The officers are also alleged to have falsely imprisoned and held against their will the here people as well as another person, Stephan Waldron.

The officers also allegedly robbed Peabo Duncan of TT$53,000 and TT$4,200 worth of jewellery.

The offences allegedly took place on January 5.

Williams, Ryan Grandison, 27, and Dion Ottley, 31, are also charged with threatening to charge falsely Mark Rampersad, Farial Ramharrack and Lalieeta Ramdawan for possession of cocaine, marijuana and a gun.

The officers were also charged with robbing Rampersad of TT$125,000 and TT$55,000 worth of jewellery on December 12 last year.

Ottley faced two separate charges of attempting to pervert the course of justice with the state alleging that on December 13, last year made a false entry into the station diary which stated that he and another police officer found and seized six rounds of .38 ammunition and also seized 13 packets of cocaine.