(CMR) The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service Business Manager, Charmaine Moss has been placed on required leave pending charges in relation to an ongoing CONCACAF probe.
Exclusive CMR sources indicate she has not yet been arrested or charged in the matter.
Sources indicate Moss is expected to be charged early next week in the matter but was placed on administrative leave this evening from her senior civil role in the RCIPS.
Commissioner Byrne confirmed that she will be appearing in court next week in relation to “financial activities” between 2012 and 2014 with the organization.
Moss started in this role in 2016 and previously worked with the Legal Department, Attorney General’s Office and Pension Board.
This is an ongoing investigation that as seen a number of persons arrested and charged in relation to it including Canover Watson and Bruce Blake.
UPDATE: Moss was officially charged this morning after 10:00 am and released on police bail. Her first court appearance is scheduled for January 7, 2020.