Commissioner of Police (Ag.), Stephen Williams, on Thursday 15th March, 2018, requested from the Assistant Commissioner of Police – South, copies of all reports, statements and all relevant documents relating to the investigation of a report made by Abigail Jones Chapman, at the La Brea Police Station, on March 8th, 2018.
Three police officers have been suspended for failing to respond to reports of domestic violence.
The officers were attached to the la Brea police station and were today suspended for neglect of duty for failing to properly investigate reports made by Abigail Chapman.
Chapman and three others were killed, this week, days after she filed a domestics violence report against the main suspect in her murder.
Today commissioner of police Stephen Williams requested all documents a related to the case and the report made by the murdered woman on March 8th.
The Ministry of Health says it is aware of the social media video which alleges the appearance of mould in juice boxes.
The Women’s League of the People’s National Movement (PNM) is strongly condemning what it calls the horrendous and senseless murders of four persons in La Brea earlier this week.
The Women's League says that as mothers, sisters and wives, its members remain traumatized by these murders since they have prematurely ended the lives of two teenaged girls, a mother and their landlord.
The Law Association is joining the Trinidad and Tobago Coalition Against Domestic Violence in its call for a full investigation into the police service’s handling of the complaint of domestic violence made by Abigail Chapman less than a week before she was murdered.
In a statement issued today, the Law Association says it is not difficult to conclude that had an arrest been made promptly, and charges laid, the tragedy which unfolded within days may have been avoided.