By Warren Bertram
Two of four members of the St. Elizabeth Police Division who are facing charges of robbery, rape and corruption have been released from lock-up but are still being held in confinement as the investigations continue.
The four constables were taken into custody Tuesday following a report by a woman who alleged that she was raped, robbed and threatened by the policemen following a traffic stop Monday night.
It's reported that the woman was stopped by the police team for having demonstration plates on her vehicle. The cops demanded $50,000 in return for not prosecuting her.
She attempted to withdraw the money from an ATM but was unsuccessful.
She was then told by one of the constables to drive to a supermarket in Black River where she was taken to the back of the establishment and sexually assaulted.
The constable reportedly used the woman's cards to purchase items.