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District Constable in stable condition following attack
District Constable Nadine Mills of the Malvern Police Station in St. Elizabeth, who was shot and injured yesterday, remains in stable condition in the intensive care ward at the Black River Hospital. Late Saturday, DC Mills underwent emergency surgery to remove bullets, after being shot by a man of unsound mind who entered the Malvern Police Station, disarmed her and then shot her. Head of Operations in the St. Elizabeth Police Division, DSP Lansford Salmon, told our News Centre that the injured constable is in good spirits. Meanwhile, Chairman of the St. Elizabeth Parish Council, Mayor Everton Fisher, has condemned the the attack on the female district constable. Mayor Fisher said he was saddened to hear that such an incident occurred at the facility, which was only recently opened. He said regardless of the mental state of the attacker, the act represented an assault on the security of both the parish and the nation. He added that the St. Elizabeth police need more human resources to manage the rural stations.