Policeman jailed for murder of colleague
A policeman has been taken into custody for the murder of his colleague, Corporal Judith Williams who was shot six times by gunmen as she left her east Kingston home on April 28.
The Police High Command also said that another man, who was also implicated in the incident, has been taken into custody.
Williams, 54, was attached to the Office of Police Commissioner Dr Carl Williams.
In a media release issues Friday afternoon, the Police High Command has confirmed that significant progress is being made in the investigation into the murder of Corporal Williams.
"Senior investigators from the Kingston Eastern Police Division who are leading the probe say they are working around the clock to conduct a thorough investigation," the police said.
The cops also said that the investigation is now at a sensitive stage, and that "several aspects of the information making the rounds on social media are inaccurate and are at best speculative, and that no credence should be given to them."