A Customs officer who allegedly broke into his neighbours
bathroom, pinched her and then ran away has been charged with
The charge was laid on Friday, four days after the sexual
assault allegedly occurred.
Police said the officer, of South Oropouche, allegedly broke
into his neighbours bathroom while she was bathing and
pinched her on her breasts.
The terrified woman called out to her husband.
The suspect fled the scene but was subsequently detained by
On Friday, officers were given directives by Director of Public
Prosecutions Geoffrey Henderson to charge the 35-year-old
PC Bridgemohan laid the charge.
The accused appeared before Siparia Magistrate Maria Busby
Earle-Caddle and pleaded not guilty to the charge.
He was granted bail.
The matter was adjourned to January 18.