Commissioner of Police Michael Charles and his wife, Julie. (Photo: Michael Charles/Facebook)

Commissioner of Police Michael Charles has married Police Sergeant Julie Browne.

The two were married in St. Lucia on Tuesday.

Mrs. Charles is attached to the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E) unit of the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force.

She is celebrating 20 years as a police office.

The police chief “announced” the wedding through selfies of himself and his wife on social networking website Facebook on Tuesday.

Hundreds of Vincentians have used the social networking website to extend best wishes to the newly-weds.

4 replies on “Police chief marries colleague”

  1. Well! This is indeed an interesting one.
    The emotional side of me says “Good for you old chap”
    The corporate side of me says “Somebody has to resign”
    Let’s see how this plays out.

  2. Congrats are in order to you sir! But I was hoping that you would have killed the two birds with one stone; you knew that you were going to St. Lucia to get hook up and as Police Chief, you mean to tell me that you couldn’t carry with you the extradition order and bring back to SVG, that lucian big theif, who run away with so much of our hard earned taxpayers money from the Registry? After all, it was the failure of the police and immigration heads to arrest the “pretty cat” from St. Lucia before she bailed the country 90 minutes after admitting to theft. I am a little disappointed in you Micheal. Anyway, you are not the Minister of National Security and Legal Affairs. It is he we will hold responsible when the time comes.

  3. Isn’t this a conflict of interest? (lol)
    Good luck Michael and a happy life with your new wife.

  4. C. ben-David says:

    Since the marriage occurred in St. Lucia, may I assume that Tamara Gibson-Marks, our former Registrar, performed the ceremony outside the Castries courthouse?

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