Teen prisoner found hanging in cell at Mackenzie Police Station

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– probe underway

The Police Office of Professional Responsibility is currently investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of 19-year-old prisoner Maurice Summer of Central Amelia’s Ward, Linden, who was found hanging in his cell at Mackenzie Police Station about 14:45hrs today.
 
investigationEnquiries disclosed that the deceased was arrested for the alleged wounding of his uncle Sylvester Cambridge, who was hospitalised and discharged from the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation on 2016-11-23.
 
The Guyana Police Force, in a statement, said Summer was found during a routine visit by ranks, hanging from one of the cell’s grill bars with the jersey he was wearing. He was rushed to the Linden Hospital Complex and was pronounced dead on arrival. The body is presently at the hospital’s mortuary awaiting a post-mortem.

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  1. The searching questions asked by Nandalall are exactly the sort of questions that should be asked concerning the company that was contracted over ten years ago to widen the East a Coast Road. For three consecutive elections you would see activities perk up just before the elections and then nothing for years until the next elections. Which is the company contracted, how much money was given, why after all these years do we only have sand on either side of the road from Chateau Margot to Plaisance? Who is holding the company accountable for all the millions That would have been disbursed and we still have no proper permanent infrastructure?

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