ASSAULT CHARGE FOR SENIOR OFFICIAL
Posted: Sunday, January 26, 2014
ASSAULT CHARGE FOR SENIOR OFFICIAL
A criminal charge of assault by beating is to be laid against a senior official of the Forensic Science Centre in St James arising out of an incident on December 2
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