Uniform ranks caught on camera leaving night club with young teacher
By Leroy Smith
Two police constables, 22121 Fraser and 24031 Wilson are in hot water after they were seen leaving the Blue Martini Night Club in the company of 22-year-old Kescia Branche, hours before she was found unconscious at Louisa Row and Princes Street on Sunday morning, November 05.
Branche, a Teacher at the Richard Ishmael Secondary School, remains unconscious at the Georgetown Public Hospital with severe head injuries and a broken leg; she is hooked up to a life support machine.
The News Room was reliably informed that security cameras in the area observed that the woman was standing outside of the nightclub when the ranks, who are attached to the Impact Base at the Brickdam Police Station, rode up to her. The ranks were on separate motorcycles and in their uniforms.
At the moment, Constable Fraser is in police custody while Police are on the hunt for Wilson. Police sources said that Wilson is on his off-duty today but thus far, Fraser has been cooperating with the police in relation to the matter.
Constable Fraser reportedly told the police that the young lady mounted the motorcycle of Wilson and from there they went to purchase Bar-B-Q on Mandela Avenue. News Room understands that Constable Fraser reportedly said that he had to leave and go home in order to defecate.
It is, however, unclear why Constable Fraser remained silent on the issue after he became aware that the young lady was found lying on the roadway.
He, however, told Detectives that when he re-joined Constable Wilson, he was informed that the young teacher was placed in a taxi on Sheriff Street by Wilson.
It was late Monday night while reviewing surveillance footage in the general area on Lamaha Street that the police picked up the movement between the young lady and the two policemen who were positively identified.
The teacher’s father, Alfred Branche told the News Room that his daughter’s condition does not seem to be improving. He said that at the moment he and the twin of Kescia have been very busy trying to make contact with relatives and also trying to see how they can secure the best medical attention for the young lady.
Prior to the incidents which lead to her being found on the roadway, the mother of one was seen partying with friends at Seeta’s Bar in Station Street, Kitty. She subsequently left and went over to the Blue Martini Night Club where she hung out with a middle-aged man.
Persons reported seeing her being touched inappropriately by the man and she also appeared to have been under the influence. Persons who are familiar with the activities of Kescia on Saturday night into Sunday morning said that when she left Seeta’s Bar, she was alert.
Anyone who saw Kescia Branche on the evening of Saturday, November 04, or have any information on what occurred, is asked to contact the family on telephone numbers: 592-644-3857, 592-677-8733.