Assistant Superintendent committed to stand trial for rape of girl, 13


Assistant Superintendent of Police Seecharran Singh, who was charged for allegedly engaging in sexual activity with a 13-year child was Monday afternoon committed to stand trial at the High Court.

Singh, 31, is accused of raping the child in June 2018 at his home.

Chief Magistrate (ag) Sherdel Isaacs-Marcus ruled that a sufficient case was made out against Singh for him to stand trial at the High Court.

The cop is currently out on $250,000 bail.

It is alleged that the child was left in the care of Singh while her mother was out with a friend. During that time, the senior officer allegedly raped her.

The child subsequently informed her mother of what transpired and the matter was reported to the police.