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The St Elizabeth policeman charged with manslaughter after his 18-month-old daughter was locked in his car and subsequently died, continues to bear the torment of losing his child.
This is according to his attorney, Thomas Levene, who spoke to Talkupditingsdem News on Monday after his client appeared in the St Elizabeth Parish Court and was offered $750,000 bail.
“Detective Sergeant [Sheldon] Dobson continues to bear the torment of losing his beloved daughter.
However, the ruling by the Honourable Director of Public Prosecutions, though unfortunate, is understandable given the public interest,” Levene told Talkupditingsdem News.
Eighteen-month-old Shaleah Dobson died two days after she was left in her father’s car for several hours.