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Published:Wednesday | June 12, 2024 | 12:07 AM
Constable Kemoy Boothe-Forbes added extra vibrancy to the party in her multicoloured maxi dress.
Constable Kemoy Boothe-Forbes added extra vibrancy to the party in her multicoloured maxi dress.
Eugena Clarke-James, CEO May Pen Hospital, bids farewell to SSP Carlos Russell as he moves to his new command in St James.
Eugena Clarke-James, CEO May Pen Hospital, bids farewell to SSP Carlos Russell as he moves to his new command in St James.
 SSP Carlos Russell is flanked by Custos of Clarendon Edith Chin (left), and William Shagoury, former Custos of the parish.
SSP Carlos Russell is flanked by Custos of Clarendon Edith Chin (left), and William Shagoury, former Custos of the parish.
Constables (from left) Tanielle Fillington, Santena Grandison, and Kemoy Boothe-Forbes toast to a memorable occasion.
Constables (from left) Tanielle Fillington, Santena Grandison, and Kemoy Boothe-Forbes toast to a memorable occasion.
Inspector Kerry-Ann Maylor-Wallace was all smiles on the red carpet.
Inspector Kerry-Ann Maylor-Wallace was all smiles on the red carpet.
SSP Carlos Russell, the man of the hour, paused for a quick photo.
SSP Carlos Russell, the man of the hour, paused for a quick photo.
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Members of the Clarendon business community hosted a gratitude and farewell ceremony for Acting Senior Superintendent of Police Carlos Russell, as he transitions to his new command in St James. Held at Juici Patties-The Verandah in Clarendon Park, the evening brought friends and colleagues together for a memorable time. Something Extra has the social highlights.