Reshuffle amid probe into suspicious passport documents

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Four police officers have been reassigned to new posts following the suspension of Assistant Superintendent of Police Ray John and the launch of an investigation into suspicious Antigua and Barbuda documents allegedly being delivered to a man in John’s homeland, St. Vincent.
Police sources said that with John suspended, the Police Service Commission has appointed Inspector James Tonge to take his place at the head of the Rapid Response Unit (RRU). Prior to his reassignment, Tonge was in charge of Gray’s Farm Police Station.
Another officer who was moved, is reportedly linked to the delivery of the package with documents and as such, he was moved from the Criminal Investigations Department (CID). He is Superintendent of Police Lisbon Michael and he is now in charge of outstations.
It is now his responsibility to visit these stations routinely and ensure the needs there are met and rules complied with.
Superintendent Dave Jackson has been moved from his old post in charge of the outstations to CID in Michael’s place.
Meanwhile, Inspector Eustace Cabral has been moved from the St. John’s Police Station to Gray’s Farm Police Station.
The shifting around of officers took place yesterday following an emergency meeting of the Police Service Commission.

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