Monday, April 15, 2024

Family ‘shaken’ by raid


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A ST JAMES resident was left shaken after experiencing what she claimed was an inappropriate police search last week.

The owner of a 1st Avenue, Sion Hill home, who preferred anonymity, told the weekend NATION that nine policemen attached to the Tactical  Response Unit barged into her residence around  3 a.m. last Friday, leaving trails of mud on the floor, clothes and even a bed.

She said she was not presented with a search warrant during the drug-related investigation.

She added that the warrant was shown to her  22-year-old son in his bedroom but she believed she should have seen it as the owner of the house.

Please read the full story in today’s Weekend Nation, or in the eNATION edition.


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