According to reports received from the courthouse, the temp was working as a secretary for one of the judges. Her name has not been released because no charges have been filed in the case.
“It is correct that a temporary employee, provided to us by an outside agency, was arrested,” read a statement sent to the Caymanian Compass by Acting Chief Justice Alexander Henderson. “When we were advised of the situation, we instructed the agency to send us another temporary employee instead.”
The Compass understands that the arrest was in relation to drugs possession. However, the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service refused to confirm any details related to the case.
“I have been instructed that the matter is an ongoing investigation and it would be inappropriate to comment at this time,” RCIPS Chief Inspector Raymond Christian said Friday.
Please see later editions of the Caymanian Compass for more on this story….