Earmarked Opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) candidate for West St. George in the upcoming general elections, Senator Kay Bacchus-Baptiste, has made it clear that neither she nor her son are connected to any wrongdoing involving the vehicle PY826, which belongs to her son and used for business. And the prominent lawyer wants the law to take its full course in relation to the matter.
Police intercepted the SUV at Campden Park around 2 a.m. last Sunday during investigations into a number of reported incidents at Peruvian Vale, which occurred before Romando Andrews of Peruvian Vale and Quincy Boyde of Rillan Hill were met in the vehicle and arrested and charged.
They were jointly charged with Jemark ‘Parch Nut’ Jackson of Campden Park, who was held subsequently arrested, with burglary, attempted burglary and damage to property.
When contacted on Monday for a comment, Bacchus-Baptiste declared, “We did no wrong. We are not involved in any wrong doing, and whoever may have used that vehicle in any wrong doing must face the full consequences of the law.”
Bacchus-Baptiste also denied that the vehicle belonged to her, as purported in some circles.
|By: Haydn Huggins, The Vincentian|