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Deputy Superintendent accused of breaching INDECOM Act trial set for March

Published:Wednesday | January 29, 2014 | 11:58 AM

ST CATHERINE, Jamaica:

Deputy Superintendent of Police, Albert Diah, is to go on trial on March 18 for breaches of the INDECOM Act.




The matter is to be heard in the Spanish Town Resident Magistrate’s Court.



DSP Diah is charged with failing to comply with a lawful requirement of the Commission and obstructing the Commission in the exercise of its functions.



INDECOM says the charges arose from an investigation into a fatal shooting.



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