Police authorities are tight-lipped about a recommendation made by Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Paula Llewellyn about the fate of the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) soldier who earlier this year shot and injured a cop he allegedly found at his home in a compromising position with his wife.
Llewellyn confirmed to The Gleaner that she made a recommendation on the file that had been sent to her office for a ruling.
The police are expected to act on Llewellyn’s recommendation.
Calls by The Gleaner to the mobile phone of Assistant Commissioner of Police Clinton Laing, who is in charge of the crime portfolio, for over five days, were unanswered.
Reports are that a police constable attached to the St Catherine South Proactive Investigations Unit was gun-butted and shot in the region of his left shoulder by a JDF corporal who had returned to his home to find the cop his wife in a compromising position.