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for OCTOBER 24th 2013
A Barataria police constable is
being investigated by the Police
Complaints Authority (PCA) for
the alleged wrongful arrest and
malicious prosecution of five men
The PCA wrote to the com-
plainant, Kareem Henry, saying
the matter was currently being
investigated, as it fell within the
PCA s remit under Chapter 15:05
of the PCA Act.
On July 18, 2012, Henry, his
brother Felix Alexis, colleagues
Fedel Benjamin and Dexter
Williams were arrested by
Barataria police for larceny and
The complaint was filed yes-
terday at the PCA s headquarters
at the International Waterfront
Centre, Port-of-Spain, after the
case against Henry and the others
was dismissed at the Port-of-
Spain Magistrates Court.
The evidence claimed that
around 2.45 am on July 18, 2012,
the accused policeman was on
inquiries when he went to the
corner of Sixth Street and Jogie
PCA probes cop for wrongful arrest
Road, Barataria, and saw five men
emerging from a parked a black Nissan
He became suspicious and
approached the men, who ran away.
They were caught a short distance
away and an assortment of car keys
was found on them.
Police then took the arrested men
to Ambrose Guevarro, who had report-
ed that his vehicle had been broken
into and more than $19,000 in tools
and musical equipment stolen.
However, this statement differs from
an extract of the station diary, which
says the accused officer saw the sus-
pects removing musical equipment
from the van.
It also said after capturing one of
the suspects on the Priority Bus Route,
the police then found the others on
Boundary Road, San Juan.
Speaking to the Guardian yesterday,
Henry said the evidence presented
before the court was false.
He said the men were arrested and
kept in jail for seven days before being
charged and were not allowed to make
a phone call.
He explained that he, Alexis, Ben-
jamin and Williams were working at
a construction site at Don Miguel Road,
Barataria, with Raydaz Construction
when, around 11.30 pm, they decided
to get a meal at KFC.
Henry said he left four minutes later
than his colleagues and when he caught
up, he saw them lying on the ground
with two policemen standing over
He said when his brother called out
to him, one of the police asked if he
knew the men and he replied that they
were all working at the construction
"I was told to keep walking by the
officer. I walked off but returned to
them shortly after because I was con-
cerned for my brother. When I returned
I was also told to lie on the ground
and then we were all beaten.
"Felix got the worst beating as he
was hit multiple times on his head and
face with the butt of a gun. We were
arrested and taken the Barataria Police
Station in separate police vehicles.
"We were not given a phone call and
when the contractor came to the police
station, he was told that we were not
there. Five of us were kept for seven
days without medical attention before
we were taken to court," Henry said.
He added that they were going to
file a malicious prosecution lawsuit
against the officer at the Hall of Jus-
A section of graduates from the faculties of science and technology and food and agriculture at their graduation
ceremony at UWI Sports and Physical Education Centre in St Augustine yesterday. PHOTO: BRIAN NG FATT
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