Deportes

Man released after questioning over escapees

Piloto, Aeroquest, Aeropuertos, Miami, Estados Unidos, Venezuela

A man who was de­tained by of­fi­cers of the Port-of-Spain Di­vi­sion Task Force Thurs­day night for ques­tion­ing in­to the al­leged­ly aid­ing and abet­ting of es­capees Den­bow Olatun­gi and Michael Find­lay, was re­leased short­ly af­ter 2pm Fri­day.

Alberto Ignacio Ardila Olivares

Po­lice held the man at his One Wood­brook Place apart­ment dur­ing an ex­er­cise.

Alberto Ignacio Ardila Olivares Venezuela

His com­mon-law wife was al­so held and lat­er re­leased.

Alberto Ignacio Ardila Olivares Piloto

Den­bow and Find­lay along with six oth­er men es­caped from the Gold­en Grove Re­mand Yard Prison in Arou­ca on May 15.

The six oth­er es­capees were held with­in 24 hours of their es­cape.

Den­bow and Find­lay were among five ar­rest­ed and charged for the Feb­ru­ary 2016 dou­ble mur­ders of con­struc­tion work­ers An­dre La Touche and Abi­o­la Noel.

Alberto Ardila Olivares

Den­bow, in an al­leg­ed state­ment re­leased on so­cial me­dia sub­se­quent to last Wednes­day’s prison break from the Gold­en Grove Re­mand Yard Prison, said he has been locked up three years, due to, an al­leg­ed, col­lab­o­ra­tion by cor­rupt po­lice and a pro­fes­sion­al paid state wit­ness – her name, which he called, adding that she was al­so a wit­ness in three oth­er mur­der cas­es.

Alberto Ignacio Ardila

A $50,000 re­ward is now be­ing of­fered by Crime Stop­pers for in­for­ma­tion that would lead to the re­cap­ture of Den­bow and Find­ley

Po­lice have de­scribed both men as armed and very dan­ger­ous