Cop gets bail for carnal knowledge


Herman Milian, a Police Constable attached to the San Ignacia Police formation and who is currently on interdiction, is out on bail. Milian has been accused of as many as eight counts of unlawful sexual intercourse for allegedly having sex with a 13-year-old girl. In court, Milian received somewhat special treatment as he was snuck through a backdoor to keep him away from reporters and other persons who might recognize him. Court reporters recall that Milian was seen in a disguise, a hat and jacket, as he was rushed to a parked vehicle in the court’s parking lot. As is customary, someone in custody is not typically allowed to be in possession of a cellphone, but that did not apply to Milian.

Before his dodged escape, he appeared before Justice Herbert Lord in the Supreme Court where he was represented by attorney Hurl Hamilton. Hamilton was successful in securing a bail of $10,000 plus one surety of the same for his client, for which he was able to meet.

There was no objection to bail, however conditions were imposed. He was ordered to report to the San Ignacia Police Station twice a week, not interfere with the complainant, surrender his passport and travel documents to the Clerk of Court in San Ignacio, and he cannot leave the jurisdiction without the consent of a Supreme Court judge.

The alleged victim, a 13-year-old girl, reported to San Ignacio police while in the presence of a social worker that she had been having a sexual relationship with the officer. Police launched an investigation into the report and a medical examination confirmed that the child was carnally known.