Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Complainant in Woodrow Trial to Take Stand This Afternoon

The complainant in the Woodrow trial is set to take the stand this afternoon.

One of our reporters has been covering the progress of the trial in Nain.

The trial is now into its third day.

It continued yesterday afternoon with the testimony and examination of Constable Desmond Mollon.

Mollon had been on-call during the night of the alleged incident.

This morning Mollon’s spouse, Jessica Gilbert, had taken the stand.

Gilbert had testified to what she had witnessed during the time of the alleged incident.

Also on the stand this morning was Maureen Oliver.

Oliver was the Matron on guard at the Nain RCMP detachment cells during the time that the complainant was locked-up.

The trial continues this afternoon with the complainant in the case taking the stand.

Woodrow is facing one count of assault and one count of forcible confinement regarding an alleged incident in May, 2009.

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