Senior prisons officer shot dead; three prisons officers stabbed

Date: 
Monday, November 2, 2015 - 00:00

A 50-year-old prisons officer was shot and killed while leaving for work this morning. 

The officer has identified as David Millet, a Prisons Superintendent. 

Police say that around 8.15 this morning, Millet was leaving his Upper 9th Avenue, Second Caledonia home in Morvant when he was shot and killed while in his vehicle. 

Police have no motive as yet for the murder.

President of the Prisons Officers Association Ceron Richards, who is visiting the scene this morning told reporters that police and prisons officials are also investigating the stabbing of three prisons officers at the Maximum Security Prison around 11 o'clock last night.