Policewoman implicated in Pathways International incident interdicted

Radio Jamaica News has been informed that the policewoman who was among the congregants of the Pathways International Kingdom Restoration Ministries, taken into custody more than a week ago, has been interdicted.
It's reported that the policewoman is now the subject of an investigation by the Police High Command.
She was taken in custody on October 18 when a police team stormed into the church after receiving reports that congregants were being killed as part of a religious ritual.
Two of the congregants died after their throats were slashed.
Three others were injured.
The leader of the church, Kevin Smith, died on Monday in a motor vehicle crash on the Linstead bypass in St. Catherine.
He was being transported from Montego Bay to Kingston.
A policeman, Constable Orlando Irons, also died in the mishap.
Two other police officers who were injured remain in critical condition.

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