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Police release Customs guard

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Police release Customs guard

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THE CUSTOMS GUARD arrested by police at Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) Friday has been released but told that further investigations will be conducted into the incident which police described as an “obstruction”.
Owen Moseley, 47, was arrestd and warned of intended prosecution after a confrontation with police officers over a traveller’s luggage, causing dozens of Customs Department personnel to gather at Oistins Police Station until Moseley’s release around 9:30 p.m. Friday.
Moseley has been advised by his legal representative not to speak to the media at this time, but one of his colleagues informed yesterday that he had been released pending further investigations.
Airport Customs guards also returned to work yesterday on instructions from the Barbados Workers’ Union and Acting Comptroller of Customs Hazel Gittens. (RJ)