Pierre-Edward DeCimus, one of the creators of the West Indian band and an officer spent more than 30 hours in police custody, we learned Wednesday evening from a judicial source confirming information from the local media. The interrogation of musician and civil servant Rudy Vardharasian on the premises of the Regional Directorate of Judicial Police in Abims focused on the band’s 40th anniversary concert. Police custody was lifted around 7pm on Wednesday “Investigation Continues”, Point-e-Pitre Republican Deputy Attorney AFP told Michael Ohio.
The two were questioned from 9 a.m. Tuesday as part of an initial investigation “Breach of trust, fraud”, And “Illegally Taking Interest in Rudy Vardhasin”, Officer of the Cape Excellence Coordinating Community (which unites the municipalities of Point-e-Pitre, Les Abims and Bi-Mahalt). This is worrying “Conditions that interfered when he was in office at Cape Excellence” About the 40th anniversary of the famous West Indies band, in December 2019, according to the same source, in Boy-malt (Boss-Terre’s commune).
The investigation began in October 2020 following a report by the Guadeloupe’s Regional Chamber of Accounts. The management of the association is thus called into question within the framework of Kassa’s 40 years of concert. In the wake of the case, searches were conducted on Tuesday, according to the same source, especially within the association and in the respective homes of the two. They were released without charge.