Cops may face charge today over Colwyn Harding assault, Brumell says

-disciplinary action recommended for some ranks

The case file on the Colwyn Harding rape probe is now at the Chambers of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and according to Police Commis-sioner Leroy Brumell ranks could be taken to court as early as today. Speaking to reporters after the launch of the SWAT Unit training programme yesterday, Brumell said it was recommended that disciplinary action be taken against some of the ranks under section 17:01 of the Police Act while “some would be taken to court”. He said that if the file is returned from the DPP, the accused ranks would be in court by today.

Stabroek News was reliably informed that the file was taken to the DPP sometime during the course of yesterday. When checks were made late in the afternoon, it was still there.

Based on what this newspaper has so far gathered, none of the ranks who are the  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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