Woman who alleged police harassment slapped with six charges


[www.inewsguyana.com] – Timerhi resident Vanda Thomas Pitt, who was involved in a scuffle with police on June 4, was today slapped with six charges when she made an appearance at the Providence Magistrates’ Court today (Friday, June 13).

timehriThe charges included three counts of assault, one disorderly behavior, one indecent language and another for resisting arrest. She pleaded not guilty to all charges.

She was represented by Attorney – at – Law Dexter Todd who led arguments resulting in the woman being placed on her own recognizance.

“I did nothing, I did nothing, I am the one who was beaten and brutalized and embarrassed by these police and I’m shocked and surprised that they brought me here and charge me and put me before the court,” she said in an interview on Friday, June 13.

The woman recalled that it was the police who abused her after she refused to collect a summons for her husband which was in the wrong name.

She said after she called her daughter to video what was happening, the female police officer loosed her button, opening her shirt.

She claimed that the male police, Moore, place the summons in her bosom and exposed her breast.

Her next court appearance is on July 14, 2014.




  1. Ms Pitt was slapped with six charges because she refused to collect a summons with an incorrect name. Let’s see what happens to those two murderers who took it upon themselves to strangle and kill that innocent young man.


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