As investigations continue into the police-involved shooting of Keone Paryag—fiance of Danah Alleyne—who is the sister of Crime Watch host Ian Alleyne, police investigators claim that they are not getting the expected 100 per cent cooperation from those questioned about what transpired on Friday.
However, police said Alleyne (Danah) told them that she was not held hostage by Paryag.
The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) has confirmed that it has initiated its own probe into the matters surrounding the fatal shooting of Keone Paryag, on Friday night.
On Friday at about 6 p.m., police were called in to the Biljah Road, Chaguanas, apartment of Danah Alleyne, the sister of Crime Watch host, Ian Alleyne.
Reports are that she had been cornered in her apartment by her boyfriend, 34-year-old Keone Paryag, and was fearful for her life.
Hours after the fatal police shootings of Rochyon King Ashterman and his girlfriend Kristian Kerri Serries in Santa Cruz, the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) launched a probe into the matter.
The confirmation came on Monday from PCA’s director David West in a telephone interview.
The Police Complaints Authority says it has received a number of complaints from members of the public accusing police officers of not following protocol when wrecking a vehicle.
In fact, the PCA has initiated an investigation into an incident posted on social media where there was an altercation with a female citizen and an officer.
Now the wrecking of vehicles has been a contentious issue with citizens accusing police officers of being heavy handed with the process, particularly in the capital.
The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) is calling on the mother of a 15-year-old Josiah Ramsahai who was shot by police on Friday, to come forward with any relevant information she may have on the actions of police officers towards her son.
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The PCA says it is making the call in light of statements in the media, which seemed to indicate that she had already filed a report with the PCA.
The following is the statement from the PCA:
The Police Complaints Authority has launched an investigation into the police shooting of Adele Gilbert in San Fernando on Thursday.
The PCA is calling on witnesses to come forward to offer information as well.
The following is the PCA's statement:
The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) has launched an independent investigation into the action of a police officer involved in the wrecking of a vehicle, that resulted in the driver riding along on the bonnet of his car.
The PCA is calling on the driver to come into the PCA's Head Office to offer his side of the story.
The following is a statement from the PCA: