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June 21, 2014
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Cops probe if...DAD BUGGERS 6-Y-O CHILD

Leighton Levy, STAR Writer

Police from the Centre for Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse (CISOCA) are reportedly investigating a case of buggery involving a six-year-old child in St Andrew. The incident, reliable STAR sources have indicated, occurred Monday afternoon.

Impeccable sources indicate that the child's father is being accused of the act. It is further claimed that, prior to the incident, he had an altercation with the child's mother.

Deputy Superintendent Gilzene of CISOCA, citing strict confidentiality rules that govern the investigative body, declined to comment on the case. "I can't confirm or deny that," she said when asked whether they were investigating the incident. "We are investigating several cases at the moment."

However, THE STAR understands that the child's father, who has been taken into custody while the investigation progresses, had a domestic dispute with the mother. It is unclear what the nature of the dispute was about, but the mother was reportedly beaten with a piece of wood.

She later discovered that the child was bleeding and checked to discover signs that suggested the child had been sexually assaulted. She was forced to fit the child with diapers in effort to control the bleeding.

The matter was reported to the police and the suspected man taken into custody pending the outcome of the investigation.

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