The Canadian press
Published Saturday, January 5, 2019 7:06 PM EST
Last Updated Saturday, January 5, 2019 9:14 PM EST
Vancouver – the families of two British Columbia police constables who were detained in Cuba after an assault allegedly have already declared innocent and returned home.
In a statement posted on Facebook, the Marks of Marks with the Vancouver Police and the Republic of Jordan, dating back to Port Moody, said they had "deep gratitude" for the two men's return to Canadian soil.
In April, British Columbia & # 39; s deputy police complaint commissioner was arrested mid-March in Varadero following allegations that an Ontario teenager was assaulted while vacationing in the same area.
The Muddy Police Department said in a statement that one of its members was known in November by a Cuban judiciary of allegations of being an accessory to a sexual assault.
The Department says that campaign practice has been confirmed in the contact with the Revolution and, on Friday, has taught that the appeal has been rejected and approved by the populace.
Vancouver police say they were in touch with their member who was refused in Cuba and could confirm he was at home, but would not provide any details.