Police are still waiting for Director of Audit Dahalia Sealey to complete her report in the wake of the May 21 resignation of Registrar of the High Court, Tamara Gibson-Marks.
“We are still waiting on the Director of Audit’s report,” Commissioner of Police Michael Charles told I-Witness News on Thursday, adding that he had no indication when the report will be completed.
“We can’t do anything until we see the report. If there is anything, the police will have to act; but as it stand now, we are waiting,” Charles further told I-Wetness News.
Attorney General Judith Jones-Moargan demanded Marks’ resignation on May 21 after a meeting, Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has said.
Gonsalves further said that the offices of the Director of Audit and the Commissioner of Police have been notified, and other state agencies may be become involved.
A source told I-Witness News last week that state officials have found that some EC$300,000 from an account that Marks held in trust is unaccounted for.
Marks, who was born in St. Lucia and is married to former government senator, lawyer Ronald “Ronnie” Marks, left St. Vincent for St. Lucia the same say she resigned, a source in the travel industry has told I-Witness News.