14 Year Old Missing Girl & Man charged, re: Jeff Broomes incident

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing girl. Missing is Aliyah Small 14 years, of Suttle Street, Bridgetown, St. Michael. She left her home about 4.00 pm on Friday May 10, 2013, to go to Westbury Road, St. Michael, and has not returned. At the time she wore a black tee shirt, a pair of plaid short pants, and wore a pair of black slippers.

Description

Aliyah is about 5’7” in height, slim build, light brown complexion and has a round face and head. She has a birth mark on the left side of her forehead. Her hair has been cut low and texturised.

Aliyah is about 5’7” in height, slim build, light brown complexion and has a round face and head. She has a birth mark on the left side of her forehead. Her hair has been cut low and texturised.

Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Aliyah Small is asked to contact Central Police Station at 430-7676, the nearest Police Station or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIPS (8477).

UPDATE, RE – INCIDENT AT PARKINSON SCHOOL

Peter St. Mark, 35 years of Pasture Road, Haggatt Hall, St. Michael, has been formally charged for the offences of Assault and Criminal Damage regarding an incident which occurred at the Parkinson Secondary School on the 9th May 2013, involving the victim, Jeffrey Broomes, the Principal.

{DEMO IMAGE VIA - flickr.com} St. Mark, the stepfather of the 15 year old female student, appeared at the District A Magistrate Court on Saturday May 11, 2013 and was denied bail, he's currently in remand based on his prior record despite the last 5 years without incident until the Broomes confrontation.

{DEMO IMAGE VIA flickr.com} St. Mark, the stepfather of the 15 year old female student, appeared at the District A Magistrate Court on Saturday May 11, 2013 and was denied bail, he’s currently in remand based on his prior record despite he spent the last 5 years without incident until the Broomes confrontation.

  • David Welch; Inspector

Public Relations Officer of the RBPF

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