He is to be sentenced for possessing unlicensed and prohibited ammunition found inside their Curassow Street home in 2012.
Loretta Peck told us that the Corporal is active in the King’s Park Church of the Nazarene as are her elder son and daughter, and their church family stands behind her as she hopes for a miracle.
“He didn’t go out and act in any malicious kind of way to say that he was going to sell them or give them to encourage kids because he is not that kind of person. I believe that with everything that the family went through from the time of the arrest up until now, we have been through a lot with our kids, with our finances and it’s hard to watch someone you love in so much pain like your hands are tied and you can’t do anything to help, but just trust in God, and I know that God can move many mountains in people’s lives and this is one that I know he will remove”.
Mrs. Peck has known her husband for two decades and they have been married for nine years. They share five children, one for him and four from a previous relationship. He took her and the elder four children in and raised them as his own. She has come to depend on him and says it will be tough to let him go.
Mrs. Loretta Peck: “He is a person who will encourage anybody to obey the law. He has never been in trouble before. I just want the public to know that he is a man of good character; he is a man of God who will take his time to help in anyway he could. he loves his family his children”.
Mrs. Loretta Peck: “It is good to know that they are behind my husband 110%; I appreciate everything that they are doing for our family and getting the support from the Police Association and the Department is very overwhelming.
PLUS News will cover the sentencing on Friday and have details in tomorrow night’s newscast.