Family condemns police delay in laying charges in hit and run matter
The delay by the police in instituting charges in the Mandela Avenue hit and run accident that left food vendor Claude chippy Mc Person dead is now being met with strong opposition from family members of friends or the deceased.
The driver reportedly turned himself into the police last Monday. and to date he is still to face the court.
It was through their private investigations the vehicle was discovered in the compound of the utility and that was hours after the accident. According to relatives what is troubling is that the driver left the scene without rendering any assistance.
The family is also upset with Guyana Water Inc Company for not even giving them their condolences.
Mc Pherson a father of 6 reportedly suffered a broken neck, his spine and hip were damaged. According to reports the man was dragged several yards away from where he was hit by the vehicle.