Prosecution ready for trial of cops in Colwyn Harding assault

-accused claims reporter pulled knife on him

The prosecution is ready to try police constables Devin Singh and Rosel Tilbury-Douglas for the assault of detainee Colwyn Harding, and a special prosecutor will be brought in to prosecute the case.

This was made known yesterday at the Providence Magistrate’s Court, where the trial is to be held.

The case was the first matter heard by Magistrate Leron Daly and Harding was absent from the proceedings. The court heard that he had been with a doctor at the time.

Daniels said the prosecution has acquired enough statements in the matters and are ready to proceed with the trial. Daniels, however,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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