Home, office suspended Justice official searched

PHILIPSBURG– Suspended Secretary-General (SG) of Justice Udo Aron’s home and office were searched by National Detectives on Wednesday morning.

Authorities stormed the Immigration and Border Protection (IBP) Service. They searched his office and confiscated devices there.   His home was also searched by the officers, who took cell phones, documents and his personal computer.   At the time of the search Aron was in a civil court case he brought against Minister of Justice Edson Kirindongo in relation to his immediate suspension. The investigation started in May and continues. Aron is accused of walking past immigration personnel at Princess Juliana International Airport SXM with a woman who did not have the necessary documents to enter the island. The incident took place on May 5 and an official complaint was filed recently by the officer who witnessed the incident.

  Aron was suspended to allow the detectives to do their investigation.

Source: Daily Herald
Home, office suspended Justice official searched