A normally quiet community in Clarendon is in shock after a 10-year-old special needs girl was sexually assaulted last Wednesday.
Head of the Clarendon police, Senior Superintendent of Police Glenford Miller, said he is aware of the case. However, he was not in a position to speak on the matter at press time
In the meantime, the principal of the school that the child attends told THE STAR that a parent told her about the incident last Monday.
“Her mother is intellectually challenged and her mother was raped too, so this is very hard,” the principal said.
The Child Protection and Family Services Agency said it had received calls about the incident and is currently investigating.