Ian Alleyne speaks about the events leading to his arrest
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The Trinidad and Tobago police service says there will be no investigation into the altercation between Crime Watch Host Ian Alleyne and Host of Beyond the Tape, Inspector Roger Alexander.
Mr. Alleyne was at the home of Chaguanas Businessman Sheron Sukhdeo yesterday when he was forced off the property by Inspector Alexander.
Alleyne was subsequently charged with using annoying language, obstructing a police officer and resisting arrest.
Supporters greet Ian Alleyne outside the Tunapuna Court
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Crime Watch Host Ian Alleyne has pleaded not guilty to three charges when he appeared in the Tunapuna Magistrates' Court today.
Alleyne appeared before Magistrate Joanne O'Connor a short time ago following his arrest yesterday.
Alleyne was charged by Inspector Roger Alexander for resisting arrest, using annoying language and obstructing a police officer.
Speaking to CNC3 last night Alleyne described the confrontation with Inspector Roger Alexander as a "ratings war", he also called the charges spurious.
Reporter Jesse Ramdeo speaks to Ian Alleyne about what occured this morning.
Crime Watch host, Ian Alleyne, is in police custody after he was arrested outside the home of the owner of Sheron's Auto in Central Trinidad.
CNC3 understands Alleyne and a well known senior police officer got into a scuffle outside the palatial home in Orchard Gardens, which led to the TV host's arrest. More details will be provided shortly.