Following the arrest of one person and the seizure of a firearm from the St. Clair residence, there is now word that a locksmith has been called in to assist in opening four safes, to which the lone occupant of the residence, has denied having the combination for.
This morning, Special Operations Unit officers, under the leadership of Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, executed a search warrant at a house in St. Clair. The residence is said to be that of a well known businessman. Reports state that police were forced break through a heavily fortified back wall, prior to the execution of the warrant, and up until the time of this digital post, the officers remained at the location. The raid got underway just after 7am today.
Police Commissioner, Gary Griffith maintains that he will pursue any person believed to be contributing to criminal activity in Trinidad and Tobago, once information is received and verified. He says as a result of his stance, he has received some 27 death threats since assuming the position of Police Commissioner.