A warrant is issued Tuesday (6 September) for one of two RCIPS civilian employees facing corruption charges.
Siscely Solomon and Sarah Connor were scheduled to appear in summary court to face charges of obtaining property by deception, false accounting and breach of trust.
Ms. Solomon, however, did not attend and the court issued a no bail warrant.
Ms. Connor did appear. Her case has been transferred to Grand Court. Her next scheduled court date is 16 September.
The pair worked in the RCIPS accounting department and remain on required leave.