ACCUSED child killer Darwin Ghouralal is one of Trinidad and Tobago’s most wanted.
The police officer is supposed to stand trial for the 2011 murder of eight-year-old Daniel Guerra.
Ghouralal, a police detective who was regularly featured in the media capturing criminals during his 15 years of service, has been on the run for almost six years.
His colleagues have been mandated by a bench warrant from a High Court judge to arrest him.
Ghouralal had previously been in custody for Daniel’s murder, but was freed by a magistrate after a preliminary enquiry in the San Fernando Magistrates’ Court cleared him of the charge.
After two and a half years in custody, he was released on September 17, 2013, following a five-minute hearing when Senior Magistrate Rajendra Rambachan threw out the case in upholding a no-case submission filed by Ghouralal’s attorneys, Sophia Chote and Michelle Solomon.