Rohee says asked Top Cop for ‘total change of guard’ at No 51 police station

-after spate of robberies

Home Minister Clement Rohee yesterday disclosed that he recently asked Police Commissioner Leroy Brumell to effect a “total change of guard” at the Number 51 Village Police Station, in the light of robbery attacks over the past weeks on Corentyne villages.

Rohee made the disclosure at a PPP/C press conference yesterday, where he said he has also ordered a report on the situation in the area in light of Corentyne residents blocking the main road at Number 48 Village on Sunday after an attack in …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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