Death threat issued to yet another police officer, this time a resident of Piggotts Village


REAL NEWS- The issue of persons receiving death threats has again “raised its head,” as another police officer – within months – has received such a warning.

Reports say that a police constable who resides in Piggotts telephoned the Parham Police Station and reported that a written  threat had been left at his home.

The officer reportedly left his house sometime after 2 p.m. on October 4, while his wife, sister and other family members remained at home.

However, upon his return sometime after 5 p.m., his wife reported that she had found a threatening note under a flower pot on the southern side of the house.

Reports say the Police have kept the note for investigation purposes as they continue to look into the incident.

Several weeks ago, the aunt of another  constable found a similar note at her house, in which the officer was threatened with bodily harm.  That matter is still under investigation.

Other persons also made reports of receiving such threatening letters at their homes at around the same time.

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  1. wow, I don’t condone this act at all.

    Someone is probably frustrated by they way they were treated.

    You officers just ensure you’re not abusing your authority and using excessive force when dealing with persons.

  2. While I don’t condone violence or intimidation of any kind, this is a reminder that while we need the police to keep us safe, the police also need us to keep them safe. Let’s continue to work together.

  3. Threatening law enforcement is always a good idea…not! That person has set the narrative and there is no reason why law enforcement should treat the suspect as anything less than a deadly threat.

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