Concerns about Breaches of the Noise Control Act

Royal Grenada Police Force Source: Office of Commissioner of Police Contact: Community Relations Department 440-3764; 405-5324 Citizens are hereby reminded that Section 18 of the Noise Control Act forbids anyone from providing amplified sounds in any public space. Hereunder is an excerpt of the section of law:- 18. Permission required in certain cases (1) No …

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Suspect to ID

St Thomas Police Service Police are investigating a theft from the Walmart Store that occurred Saturday just before 5 pm. A woman was recorded on store security video loading up a Samsung television and walking out of the store making no attempt to pay. The woman was last seen leaving the parking lot in a …

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Suspect to ID

St Thomas Police Service Police are investigating after a male stole $400 worth of merchandise from the Shoppers Drug Mart on First Avenue Friday around the noon hour. The suspect is recorded on store security video selecting items placing some in a shopping basket and others directly into a backpack. The suspect then goes to …

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Bike and Motorcar Collision, 16 Year Old Hospitalized

Bermuda Police Service A sixteen year old male was transported via ambulance to King Edward Memorial Hospital with serious chest injuries, following a road traffic collision which occurred shortly after 1:00 a.m. today, Saturday 18th December 2021. The two vehicle collision involving a bike and a motorcar occurred at the junction of Harrington Hundreds Road …

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A Florida Man Wearing a Woman G-String Panty as a Mask Was kicked Off United Airlines Flight

By Elisha Fieldstadt A Florida man was kicked off a United Airlines flight Wednesday after attempting to fly with a red thong on his face in place of a mask. Adam Jenne told NBC affiliate WBBH that he’s pulled the panties stunt on several flights in an effort to make a statement. “I think the best way to illustrate absurdity …

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High Demand for Corporate Jet Parking At Princess Juliana International Airport

SOURCE: Princess Juliana International Airport – St. Maarten SIMPSON BAY, St. Maarten (Thursday, December 16, 2021) – Aviation Executives of the Princess Juliana International Airport Operating Company (PJIAE N.V.) have engaged in advanced operational flow management meetings, to effectively strategize the high traffic demand for the corporate jet parking, as a part of the General …

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Shop With a Cop 2021!

St Thomas Source: St Thomas Police Service If you were in Walmart around 6 pm last night, you might have thought something big was going down…..AND IT WAS! We had twenty volunteers from the St. Thomas Police Service out for our first ever SHOP WITH A COP event. Forty tweens were nominated by our Community …

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Serious Traffic Accident

Saint Maarten St Maarten Police Force At approximately 7:15am on Wednesday, December 15, 2021 , Central Dispatch received several calls about a serious accident on Welfare Road. Based on information received, a motorcycle rider was struck and badly injured near Domino’s Pizza. Several patrol and the paramedics were dispatched to the scene. Apparently, the driver …

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Man Arrested, Slapped with 8 Formal Charges

Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) A man, age 24 of Cayman Brac, who was arrested on 12 December, has been formally charged with eight charges including: Causing Fear of Provocation of Violence, Attempted Arson, Assaulting a Police Officer and Disorderly Conduct. The charges relate to an incident on 12 December, where police responded to …

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3 Years’ Hard Labour for 2 Men After Tobago Robbery

Trinidad and Tobago Police Service Corporate Communications Unit Two men were sentenced to three years’ hard labour each, when they appeared before a Scarborough Magistrate yesterday, charged with robbery with violence and assault with intent to rob. JEKEEL GEORGE, 27, of Mission Road, San Juan and DILLON WEBB, 32, of Bridge Road, Aranguez, were jointly …

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Princes Town Man Charged with Neighbor’s Murder

Source: Trinidad and Tobago Police Service Corporate Communications Unit December 14th 2021 A 55-year-old man is expected to appear virtually before a Princes Town Magistrate tomorrow, charged with the murder of his neighbor, Devindra Narinesingh, which occurred on Tuesday 5th October, 2021. IAN BEHARRY, of Friendship Road, Princes Town, was charged with the offence on …

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Water Supply Interruption, Castries, Gros Islet

Government of Saint Lucia The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. WASCO wishes to inform the public of scheduled maintenance works on the raw water line at the John Compton Dam. As a result customers receiving water from JCD in the north of the island from South Castries to Cap Estate, will experience an interruption in …

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Anguilla Records Fourth Road Fatality For 2021

Source: Royal Anguilla Police Force Anguilla has recorded its fourth road fatality for the year on Monday 13th December 2021. The incident was a road traffic collision involving the driver of an SUV while traveling along the Jeremiah Gumbs Highway. As a result of the collision, Kareem Bradley a 31-year-old male of Little Harbour who …

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Allen Charged For Attempted Murder

The Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force Basseterre, St. Kitts, December 14, 2021 (RSCNPF) The Police have formally arrested and charged 29-year-old Ervin Allen of Church Ground for the attempted murder of Ivan James and Aldre James. The offence was committed on November 28, 2021, in Brown Hill. He was charged on December 11, …

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Taxi-Driver on Quarter Million Bail for Vehicle Fraud

Trinidad and Tobago Police Service Corporate Communications Unit A taxi-driver was granted $250,000 bail with a surety by a Clerk of the Peace when he appeared before the Couva Magistrates’ Court on December 9th, to answer to the charge of larceny. TAJMOOL MOHAMMED, 58, of Santa Clara Road, Preysal Couva was charged with two counts …

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Three Charged With Harboring An Escaped Prisoner

Royal Virgin Island Police Force Police Information Office – Press Release Tuesday, December 14, 2021 Officers of the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force have now charged three persons with harboring escaped prisoner Jose Almestica. Jennifer Smith, 26 of Sea Cows Bay was arrested last Tuesday with the recapture of Almestica and subsequently charged with harboring …

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No Bail For Man On Attempted Murder Charge

Trinidad and Tobago Police Service A 42-year-old man was denied bail after being charged with wounding with intent to murder. SHAMARIE FORGINIE of Pierreville Mayaro and Long Circular Road St James appeared virtually before Mayaro Magistrate, Ava Vandenberg-Bailey today, December 13th, 2021 who ordered the man be remanded into custody. He is expected to reappear …

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Wanted: Reports of Deception, Where The Subject A Vincentian National Is A Person Of Interest.

RSVG Police Force The Police is soliciting your assistance in locating the subject. If seen, please contact any police station or Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of Crime at Telephone # 456-1339 or 457-1211 ext. 4814 or Officer in charge of the Criminal Investigation Department at 456-1810 or 457-1211 ext. 4839 Calls would be …

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RVIPF OFFICERS MODERNISE INVESTIGATIVE SKILLS

Royal Virgin Islands Police Force Police Information Office – Press Release Monday, December 13, 2021 Officers of the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force are now equipped with the latest skills in crime and crime scene investigations. ​In an initial month-long crime investigation course which ended early this month, twelve officers were introduced to modern theory …

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Police Launched A Murder Investigation

Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force Around 8:35 pm on Sunday 12th December 2021, Police Officers were dispatched to an area in Five Cays, Providenciales after reports of a shooting incident to the Police Control Room. Upon arrival, Officers discovered the body of male who later pronounced deceased at the scene. Anyone with information …

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Man In Police Custody, Awaits Court Hearing For Assault On Woman

St Thomas Police Service Press Release On December 12, 2021 shortly after midnight the St. Thomas Police were called to an apartment building downtown. The fire alarm had been pulled and residents had evacuated. Through investigation, police learned that a female party had pulled the fire alarm as a result of being assaulted by her …

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Another Record Breaking Year Predicted

St Thomas Police Service A quick look at the call tracker indicates the St. Thomas Police Service is going to surpass the 2020 year end numbers. It’s safe to say we are once again outpacing record numbers of incidents that have been on a steady incline year after year. At midnight on December 7th 2020 …

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Police Taking Proactive Approach To Ensure Security During Holidays Says ACP For Operations

The Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force (RSCNPF): A number of measures have already been implemented by the Police to help improve the experience of the public during the holidays. Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Adolph Adams, oversees the Operations Directorate of The Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force. ACP Adams stated that …

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Men charged after drug recovery.

Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force On Tuesday 7th December 2021 about 11:45am, Officers of the Tactical unit carried a stop and search on a purple four door car occupy by two male occupants, during the search officers recovered a quantity of drugs. The search took place on the Leeward Highway, Providenciales. Both males …

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