Plaisance man on wounding charge accuses cops of shooting him, denying treatment

-magistrate orders probe

A Plaisance man, charged with wounding two men and behaving disorderly at a police outpost, has accused cops of shooting him and refusing him medical treatment while in custody.

Seon Prince, 38, of 19 Prince William Street, Plaisance, denied the charge that he unlawfully wounded Prince Harris and O’Neil James at Stabroek, Georgetown, on February 18. He also denied that on the same day, he behaved disorderly at the Stabroek Police Outpost.

Prince, who was barely able to walk when he appeared before city magistrate Geeta Chandan-Edmond, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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