Homicide detectives may have to charge one of their own for the brutal murder of woman corporal Judith Williams.
Williams was shot six times while at a bus stop near her home at McKintyre Villa in East Kingston last Thursday.
The 54-year-old Williams was attacked by two men traveling on a motorbike.
While the Police High Command has promised further details on the probe into Corporal Williams’ killing this Friday, following confirmation that a suspect is in custody and the motorbike that was used by the killers has been seized by investigators, police sources have indicated that a least one serving member of the force is among persons being questioned about the murder.
The attack on Williams has been described as a ‘hit’ by senior investigators on the case. Now they are putting the pieces together to fully establish the motive behind the tragic incident, and the linkages that were involved.
The news that a cop could be charged has left members of the constabulary with eggs on their faces.
“This could be very embarrassing if it is indeed proven that a policeman is responsible for killing one of our own. It would another shameful time for the constabulary,” one cop reportedly said.
Williams’ murder has rocked her colleagues, many of whom have had to undergo grief counselling.