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The fire that took place in January
at the Water and Sewerage Authority
(WASA) in St Joseph was willfully set,
according to Chief Fire Officer Kenny
The fire drew speculation and
rumours with claims being made that
it was set by an ignition device. How-
ever, firefighters denied those allegations.
Speculation was rampant that the
Records Department may have been set
on fire because of a need to destroy
critical records because of a pending
audit of the authority.
In a telephone interview yesterday,
Gopaul said the fire was deliberately
set, adding it was a case of arson.
He said: "It was not accidental and
it was started in many places and we
are getting forensic help in what was
used to accelerate and start the fire.
The results were determined by a team
of fire prevention officers.
"We are sure it was not accident. We
didn t find any device because the burn-
ing was extensive."
Gopaul said firefighters did not know
what items were destroyed and could
only report what was burnt.
"Arson is a crime and it was reported
to the police. The arson form was filled
out and submitted to the police because
it is a crime and the police investigates
crime," he added.
When contacted, Senior Superin-
tendent of the Northern Division David
Abraham said investigations were
"ongoing and a file will be submitted
to the acting Police Commissioner
WASA s corporate communications
manager, Daniel Plenty, referred ques-
tions to the Fire Services as he did not
want to comment on the issue.
fire was arson
Former PNM MP Pennelope Beck-
les-Robinson is to be appointed T&T
permanent representative to the United
This was revealed by Prime Minister
Dr Keith Rowley during an interview after
yesterday s ceremony for three cente-
narians at Point Cumana Community
Beckles-Robinson challenged Rowley
for leadership of the PNM but was defeat-
ed. Rowley said she was the most qualified
person for the job at the UN in New York
and he had no difficulty asking President
Anthony Carmona to appoint her.
"She is very well qualified. She is the
best person available at this time and I
had no difficulty in making the appoint-
ment," he added.
Rowley said other diplomatic appoint-
ments are expected to be confirmed
shortly. He said the Government was
awaiting approval from the various gov-
ernments in which ambassadors and
high commissioners have been recom-
Penny gets top UN post
A Special Reserve Police
(SRP) sergeant took his
own life yesterday using
his service revolver while
seated inside his car out-
side a bar in St Margaret s
According to reports Sgt
Radhay Lutchman, who was
stationed at the St Mar-
garet s Police Station, left
the station to get lunch
sometime before 1 pm yes-
He drove a short distance
away to the Garden Villa
Bar in the village, where the
T&T Guardian understands
he used to frequent during
his lunch breaks to play Play
He parked his silver AD
wagon in the bar s frontyard,
a few feet away from the
A female employee of the
bar, who asked not to be
named, said she saw Lutch-
man come into the bar
around 12.55 pm.
"He came in and started
playing Fast Cash. He was
sitting by the bar and laugh-
ing and talking.
"He asked me for a
phone call and I lent him
my phone and he called the
person and asked them to
call him back," the woman
saidShe said minutes after
Lutchman left the bar to
continue his conversation
in his car, she heard a loud
On investigating, she
realised the man she knew
only as "Sarge" had shot
himself in the head.
"I just hear pow and
when I went outside, I saw
him slumped across the
passenger seat," she added.
The T&T Guardian
understands that Lutchman
called a relative and told
them he was going to hang
himself moments before he
Family members went to
the scene yesterday on
learning the news but
declined to speak to the
However, one female rel-
ative said Lutchman was
known as a jolly, happy per-
son by his family. She said
he had been divorced for a
number of years and lived
with his brother in Garth
Police on the scene said
Lutchman had been
employed part time for 17
years and was made per-
manent about a year ago.
Officers confirmed he
used his service-issued .38
revolver to shoot himself.
ACP Cecil Santana
extended condolences to
Lutchman s family and
SRP sergeant commits
suicide inside his car
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