Wong charged with DUI

| 02/05/2014

(CNS): The deputy chief immigration officer, who takes care of enforcement at the agency, is facing charges in connection with a two-car road smash in December and will appear in traffic court on Monday. Gary Wong was arrested shortly after a midnight collision on Saturday 28 December last year for driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) and leaving the scene. The RCIPS said Thursday that police officers in Bodden Town had formally charged a 47-year-old man with leaving the scene of an accident, DUI and careless driving. The crash happened on Shamrock Road in the Lower Valley area of Bodden Town and involved a Dodge Ram Truck and a BMW motor car.

Wong was bailed to appear before the Traffic Court on Monday. He has not been suspended from his job as government workers are notroutinely suspended over traffic offences. He began his tenure as the deputy chief and enforcement boss almost five years ago and he is a holder of the Queen’s Certificate and Badge of Honour.

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