Incest case: Cop interdicted
Virgin Islands Police Force has arranged counseling for the police officer
facing incest charges along with four of his close friends and colleague
officers, Police Commissioner Barry Webb said here Friday. The Police
Information Office announced that the officer was arrested April 28th.
during a press briefing at Police Headquarters, the Commissioner said the
officers are traumatized by the allegation and he has arranged for chaplain
Pastor Wayne Hoyte to work with them.
He also said
the alleged victim, the officer’s 17 year old daughter, is also suffering and
has been receiving counseling as well.
Webb declined to name the officer, only to say he was a serving officer, but he
has now been interdicted from duty pending trial. He also said from a work
perspective, he valued this officer
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