Prosecution convinced that there will be more arrests as the investigation continues.
PHILIPSBURG:— The three suspects that were arrested in the Octopus investigation on Wednesday remained behind bars confirmed spokesman for the Attorney General’s office Norman Serphos.
Serphos said that the investigators confiscated computers and documents from the home and office of MP Matser when they searched both locations on Wednesday afternoon.
He said Matser is held for election fraud while the two other suspects Eddie Fleming and Rogilio Koieman were held as accomplices.
As for the female that was arrested at the Ducth Quarter home of Eddie Fleming she was held for possession of 400grams of cocaine. Serphos said the investigators informed him that drugs that was confiscated at E.F’s home and a female was arrested but only later on it they confirmed what type and the amount of drugs that were confiscated and the reason for arresting the female only identified as D.F.
Serphos also told SMN News on Thursday that the prosecution is convinced that they will be making more arrests in the Octopus case and more house searches will take place.