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Cop kills lover, self
, Domestic row ends in tragedy...
D' NeWs MaN
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A police officer assigned to the Organised Crime Narcotics and Firearms Bureau (OCNFB) shot and killed his common-law wife before shooting himself in the head during a domestic row the woman’s workplace in Curepe yesterday. The incident sent shock waves throughout the Police Service after news broke that PC Sean James shot and killed his common-law wife, Donna Noel, 45. The shooting took place at the Eastern Main Road office of family doctor Wahid Mohammed, where Noel had been employed as a secretary. There were no patients in the doctor’s office when the incident happened. Police said they received information that James was “put out” of the apartment on Harper Lane, Reid Lane, D’Abadie, which he shared with Noel.
Investigators said they were told that Noel was put out of the apartment by James sometime on Tuesday night, during a domestic row.
Police said that around 1.45 pm, Noel was at her workplace when James arrived. Employees told investigators they went outside for a short period to give the couple some privacy. Police said when the workers returned, both victims were discovered in a pool of blood, near a face basin. The employees said they did not hear any loud explosions because the rain was falling very heavily. They told officers they were aware the couple had been having domestic problems. Officers are working on the theory Noel was shot after she refused to reconcile her severed relationship with James.
Sources at the Besson Street Police Station said that around 11.45 am, James signed for a .38 revolver and six live rounds of ammunition and said he was going on inquiries. Officers at the station described him as a “cool tess.” They admitted he had domestic problems but never thought it would have resulted to murder. Senior Superintendent Rajendranath Maharaj, head of the Northern Division, said Noel died at the scene from what appeared to be gunshot wounds to the head and chest. James succumbed to his injuries at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex around 5.55 pm. After Noel was shot, she slumped to the ground and died in a sitting position.
James was discovered next to her with his service revolver clutched in his hands. He shot him self once in the right side of the temple with the bullet exiting through the left. James, police said, was a lecturer upstairs the Besson Street Police Station where he taught police officers customer relationS skills. A team of officers from the Northern Division and the Region II Homicide Bureau of Investigations led by Snr Supt Maharaj, and including acting Supt Abraham, ASP Hansraj, acting ASP Abraham, Insps Nelson and Ramdeen, Sgt Parks, acting Cpl Gosine and PCs Superville and Ramoutar, visited the scene were up to late yesterday continuing investigations.
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