Magistrate Leron Daly on Thursday recalled an arrest warrant that was issued for Superintendent Gary McAllister who did not turn up to court at the set time to give evidence into the matter against Maryann Daby.Maryann DabyDaby was accused of attempting to kill a Police Officer by pointing a loaded gun to his head and pulling the trigger. However, the case was further delayed when the matter was called and McAllister was not present to take the stand.The Prosecutor told the court that the officer knew of the proceeding’s date and time and therefore an arrest warrant should be issued.Magistrate Leron Daly then issued the warrant but later recalled it after McAllister showed up. The matter will be called again on May 28.The Superintendent had given contradicting evidence at the previous court day resulting in the matter being adjourned.On May 2, 2019, McAllister told the court that he brought one evidence bag from the Brickdam Police Station containing one .32 Beretta pistol with a magazine, along with four live .32 ammunition and two .32 spent shells.However, at the next court hearing, the Police rank told the court that he uplifted the evidence bag with a magazine, four live rounds, and two .22 spent shells. The evidence listed completely varied from his testimony of May 2 thus the matter was adjourned.Twenty-five-year-old Maryanne Daby of Lot 127 D’Aguiar Park, Houston, Greater Georgetown, was slapped with two possession charges.She was not allowed to plead to the first charge read to her by City Magistrate Judy Latchman. The charge alleged that on May 13, 2018, at Albert Street and Thomas Lands, Georgetown, Daby attempted to murder Police Constable Christopher Kissoon.The financial officer denied having a .32 pistol along with five live .32 rounds of ammunition in her possession while being an unlicensed firearm holder.It was alleged Daby was seen firing shots in the air while partying at a racing club when she was approached by Constable Kissoon and commanded to stop. The irritated young woman took the said pistol and pointed it to the officer’s head and pulled the trigger. The prosecutor informed the court that the gun jammed and did not discharge.