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T&T murders in March ,2019 ... continues..89 days .123 dead

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-06 10:42:31 

They died for a bagful of silver and watches

TIANA’s Jewellery in Couva had been a target for thieves over the last 25 years, even up to three months ago.

And while the other reports went unsolved, on Wednesday a police team caught up with the criminals while the robbery was in progress.

The two thieves were shot and killed in the washroom facilities of the jewellery store at Southern Main Road.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-06 10:44:04 

Jouvert beating for US citizen

A US citizens was stabbed, robbed and beaten during J’ouvert celebrations in San Fernando on Monday, and her mother is claiming that police did not do enough to apprehend the criminals.

Tionne Atwell, 19, of San Diego, was stabbed in the hand during the attack at Independence Avenue.

Atwell’s mother, Desiree Baird, said her daughter was attacked on two occasions that morning and police officers stationed nearby did not apprehend the criminals.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-06 10:45:20 

Murdered soldier found with pocketful of ganja


SLAIN soldier Mark Anthony St Cyr had pending court matters for illegal drug possession and was killed during a dispute over narcotics, investigators say.

St Cyr was shot in the head and upper body and died in the car park of a Side Bar at Southern Main Road, Claxton Bay around midnight Tuesday.

Packets of marijuana were found on him when crime scene investigators examined the body, a senior officer said.

St Cyr, of Edinburgh 500, Chaguanas, was charged in 2017 and 2018 for marijuana possession offences and had been on bail.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-06 10:46:17 

Woman abducted at traffic light: Cops strike back

ST JOSEPH police arrested a 27-year-old Cunupia man on Carnival Monday night in St Augustine when he attempted to rob a woman of her Volkswagen Jetta.

Police said that around 8.30 p.m., the woman stopped at a red light as she was about to enter on to Eastern Main Road via the tunnel exit of the University of the West Indies in St Augustine.

The man, who was standing in the dark on the pavement, walked up to the car, opened the driver’s side door and began beating the woman about her head.

Passers-by saw what was going on and called St Joseph police.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-06 10:47:34 

Guard shoots guard at NESC

An argument between two security guards at the National Energy Skills Centre in Laventille has left one in hospital.

Curtis Douglas, 34, of Eastern Quarry, Laventille, was shot in the groin.

Police were told that at around 6.10a.m. Douglas, employed with Tamim Security Services, was involved in an argument with another guard station at the compound.

The suspect left and returned with a gun.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-06 10:53:35 

Death after rum bottle to head

A FATHER of one who was struck on the head with a rum bottle has died. Roshan Ramdial, 43, died at the San Fernando General Hospital last Thursday night, the day after he was injured. An autopsy on Friday revealed he died of blunt force cranio-cerebral trauma.

Reports said the man picked up a rum bottle and hit Ramdial on the head. Ramdial was taken to the Princes Town District Health Facility and later transferred to the hospital, where he died the next day.



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BeatDball 2019-03-06 10:53:57 

I said it! DJT said it! Socishitists havent a clue on law enforcement. I will not cease in being redundant. Who's vexed, be!
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sgtdjones 2019-03-06 10:56:31 

Man held with gun in Carnival celebrations

A Va­len­cia man who went to Car­ni­val cel­e­bra­tions in Ari­ma armed with a gun was ar­rest­ed by po­lice on Mon­day.

North­ern Di­vi­sion Task Force of­fi­cers were on pa­trol when they saw the 23-year-old man act­ing sus­pi­cious­ly. Up­on search­ing him, the of­fi­cers found a Tan­foglio pis­tol with a mag­a­zine con­tain­ing 10 rounds of 9mm am­mu­ni­tion.

In an­oth­er in­ci­dent, of­fi­cers of the North­ern Di­vi­sion Emer­gency Re­sponse Pa­trol ar­rest­ed two men and seized a Tec-9 se­mi-au­to­mat­ic pis­tol with a mag­a­zine and 13 rounds of am­mu­ni­tion in Gua­napo on Car­ni­val Mon­day.

Po­lice, act­ing on a tip-off, in­ter­cept­ed a white Nis­san Car­a­van along San Car­los Road. The men, a 23-year-old from Gua­napo and a 28-year-old from Mal­oney, were ar­rest­ed and tak­en to the Mal­oney Po­lice Sta­tion.

In Cou­va on Car­ni­val Mon­day, po­lice found a loaded gun hid­den be­hind a car’s front wheel. Ac­cord­ing to re­ports, of­fi­cers of the Cou­va Po­lice Sta­tion were search­ing along Cap­tain Wat­son Street, when they saw a black Hon­da City ve­hi­cle parked along the street. The of­fi­cers found a “Spe­cial” re­volver with six rounds of .38mm am­mu­ni­tion hid­den be­hind the ve­hi­cle’s front wheel. No one was ar­rest­ed in con­nec­tion with the find.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-06 10:58:20 

Tobago officer accidentally shoots self

Casan­dra Thomp­son-Forbes

A 43-year-old fe­male se­cu­ri­ty of­fi­cer in To­ba­go is nurs­ing a gun­shot wound af­ter she al­leged­ly dis­charged her com­pa­ny-is­sued firearm. The in­ci­dent oc­curred on Fri­day.

Ac­cord­ing to po­lice re­ports around 12:30 pm, Ali­cia Bruce of Tran­quil­li­ty Heights, Sig­nal Hill, an Es­tate Con­sta­ble em­ployed with Qual­i­ty Se­cu­ri­ty Com­pa­ny was on du­ty at the East­ern Cred­it Union build­ing, Mil­ford Road, Bon Ac­cord, when the in­ci­dent oc­curred.

Guardian Me­dia un­der­stands that Bruce was su­per­vis­ing main­te­nance work be­ing done to the air con­di­tion unit at the ATM volt when she ac­ci­den­tal­ly shot her­self on her right leg with her com­pa­ny is­sued glock 9mm pis­tol.

She was rushed to the Scar­bor­ough Gen­er­al Hos­pi­tal for treat­ment and was and lat­er trans­ferred to the Mt Hope Med­ical Sci­ences Com­plex, where she is ward­ed in a sta­ble con­di­tion.

A glock 9mm pis­tol, con­tain­ing 14 rounds of am­mu­ni­tion was re­trieved at the scene.

Sgt Al­leyne of the Crown Point Po­lice Sta­tion is con­tin­u­ing in­ves­ti­ga­tions.


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bravos 2019-03-06 13:45:31 

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Death after rum bottle to head



Thursday 26 April 2018 Laurel Williams


You have no credibility asshole..

 
bravos 2019-03-06 14:03:40 

Tusty fo Trini blood...conflicted fake refugee of the 80's still looking for relevance and validation in 2019..

That dead corrupt soldier..had it comin..first in days and not one any decent Trini would lose sleep over..

 
Courtesy 2019-03-06 14:25:44 

In reply to bravos

bravos 3/6/19 3:45:31 PM
In reply to sgtdjones
Death after rum bottle to head

Thursday 26 April 2018 Laurel Williams

You have no credibility asshole.

Instead of pointing out that the link in today's Newsday was an error, you prefer to instead label Sgtjones: as a "no credibility asshole."
You never stopped for one minute to check whether it was the Newsday which made the error and that the poster merely provided the erroneous link.

Gary Griffths story appeared on that same page...and it never occurred to you that the current Police Commissioner was not in office on Thursday 26 Aoril 2018. And indeed, all the other stories on that page are current.

Big Fool.

 
Larr Pullo 2019-03-06 15:25:08 

In reply to sgtdjones

Tionne Atwell, 19, of San Diego,


Might be Guyanese descent

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-06 19:52:43 

Man shot at mas camp

Police are investigating the shooting of a 23-year-old man at a moko jumbie mas camp in Cocorite this afternoon.

Police said Dareem Baker, of Cizan Trace, Diego Martin was at Harding Place, Cocorite, at around 2.45 pm when three men shot him five times in the head.

Police were called and Baker was taken to the St James medical complex where he underwent emergency surgery and is listed in critical condition.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-06 20:18:09 

In reply to bravos

You have no credibility asshole..


You should be the last one on this forum to talk about this.

You have provided laughter to all, based on your stupidity
when posting.

conflicted fake refugee of the 80's still looking for relevance and validation in 2019..


Please provide proof of your babble above, I am not a landed immigrant or citizen of any country except T&T.

As noted about your stupidity is endless.


"what is the secret to eternal happiness?"
The wise man answered: "To not argue with fools"."

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-07 08:46:54 

Cold case solved: Suspected killer of Chinese businessman captured

A Santa Cruz man will appear in the Tunapuna Magistrates’ Court on Thursday charged with the murder, four years ago, of Chinese businessman Ji Hong Haung.

Marvin Matura, of La Canoa Santa Cruz was arrested and charged today, by officers attached to the Special Operations Response Team (SORT) and officers of the Homicide Bureau of Investigations, who acted on intelligence received that the suspect was

hiding in the North Eastern Division.

SORT ran a human intelligence and surveillance operation within the North-Eastern Division to locate the suspect, who was arrested in a silver Volkswagen Jetta, in the Santa Cruz district.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-07 18:26:59 

Child burglar: Dead jewel store thief was 16-years-old

A 16-year-old boy is one of the thieves killed by police in the washroom of a jewellery store in Couva yesterday.

Police made contact with the mother of Kevon Simmons hours after he was pronounced dead at the Couva District Health Facility.

The boy lived with his mother at Concerned Citizens Street in California, a senior investigator said.

The second suspect was identified as Curtis James, 23, of Cipero Road, San Fernando.

He lived in Couva with his girlfriend, police said.

The two were fatally shot by police who were responding to a break-in at Tiana’s Jewellery in Couva before daybreak on Wednesday.


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A sixteen-year-old... sad

See his facebook page.

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-07 18:29:00 

Guard on child rape charge, in court for raping girl again

A SECURITY OFFICER out on bail for allegedly raping a teenager, appeared before the court yesterday charged with the rape of the same child.

Rajkumar Rampersad, 22 of Williamsville, was denied bail when he faced magistrate Nalini Singh at the Rio Claro court as it was alleged that he had committed a new offence while on bail for the other matters.

Rampersad was charged with sexually penetrating the 16-year-old girl during the Carnival period. Last year September he was charged with raping the girl.

Constable Rajkumar laid the charges against Rampersad in both instances.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-07 18:31:30 

Woman, 47, man, 77, missing

ON the morning of Fantastic Friday, 47-year-old Elisha Rooplal entered a taxi to go to work and has not been seen since. Her worried husband reported her missing yesterday to the police, who are calling on the public to help find her.

A police media release today said Rooplal was last seen getting into a Marabella taxi on Friday at about 7 am to go to her workplace in San Fernando.

She lives at Harris Village in South Oropouche and has a tattoo of a rose on her right hand. Rooplal is of mixed descent, slim-built, five feet tall and light brown in complexion.

South Oropouche police are investigating.

In an unrelated incident, police are also calling on the public to help find a 77-year-old pensioner from Churchill Road in Point Fortin. Police said a neighbour last saw Lawrence Lewis
at about 10 am on Saturday going into his home. On Tuesday, a friend reported him missing to Point Fortin police.

Lewis is five foot seven inches tall, of African descent and has a brown complexion.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-08 09:35:53 

$385,000 bail for two cops
Arrested under Anti-Gang Act..

TWO of three police officers who were taken into custody two weeks ago under the Anti-Gang Act yesterday appeared before an Arima magistrate accused of several criminal offences.

The duo stood before Senior Magistrate Joanne Connor and were not called upon to plead as the charges against them were laid indictably.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-08 09:36:56 

Girl, 14, went to help granny sell on Carnival Tuesday, vanishes

Police need help in locating 14-year-old Makeda Callender.

Makeda, of Dunlop Drive, Cocorite, was last seen leaving home to help her grandmother sell in a stall in St. James, on Tuesday.

She was later reported missing to the St. James Police Station on Wednesday by her mother.

Makeda is of African descent, medium built with a brown complexion and platted hair. She was last seen wearing a black tube top, light blue ¾ jeans and a pair of black furry slippers.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-08 09:38:23 

Diego man dies hours after being shot

A 23-year-old Diego Martin man died five hours after he was shot in the head at Harding Place, Cocorite.

Dareem Baker, of Cizan Trace, Diego Martin, died at the St James District Medical Complex at around 7.30pm.

Police said no one has been arrested.

It was reported that Baker was taken to the hospital by police and had surgery but was last listed in critical condition.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-08 09:40:40 

Cops catch robbers in PoS
FOUR men were arrested in Port of Spain on Carnival Tuesday, minutes after they allegedly robbed a man in St James.

The four men, whose ages range from 30 to 36, are in a holding cell at the St James police station while further investigations are carried out.

Police said the victim, a 30-year-old man, was walking along Hyderbad Street at about 7.45 pm when he was confronted by three men, one of whom had a gun. They beat and robbed him of a quantity of cash and two cell phones before escaping in a silver Nissan Tiida.

The victim reported the robbery and Emergency Response Patrol (ERP) officers went on the lookout for the bandits.

The cops caught up with them in Port of Spain, where they arrested the men and recovered the stolen cash and cell phones.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-08 09:58:23 

Man begs cops not to charge relative who stabbed him

A 24-year-old man who was stabbed by his 13-year-old rel­a­tive is now beg­ging the po­lice to have le­nien­cy and not lay charges.

The vic­tim, po­lice said, is al­so re­fus­ing to give an of­fi­cial state­ment as to the cir­cum­stances sur­round­ing the in­ci­dent that took place in Mar­aval on Sun­day.

Ac­cord­ing to a po­lice re­port, the vic­tim told po­lice that he had an al­ter­ca­tion with the teen while in a house. The teen stormed out of the house but re­turned short­ly af­ter armed with a knife and stabbed the vic­tim sev­er­al about the body. The teen then ran away but was lat­er de­tained by po­lice.

The vic­tim was tak­en to the Port-of-Spain Gen­er­al Hos­pi­tal where he was treat­ed and ward­ed.

Dur­ing a vis­it by in­ves­ti­gat­ing of­fi­cers, how­ev­er, the vic­tim asked for help for the teenag­er and re­fused to give an of­fi­cial state­ment.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-09 15:46:51 

Stuart: There are parts of T&T one shouldn’t go

National Security Minister Stuart Young said yesterday it was well known that there are some areas in the country where it would not be advisable for people to go.

He was responding to a statement in Parliament by Oropouche West MP Vidya Guyadeen-Gopeesingh that certain areas like Sea Lots and Cocorite were identified in a recent US travel advisory.


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Dan_De_Lyan 2019-03-09 16:49:06 

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13 year old girl?

hmm...

I suspect there is more to this story

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-09 20:45:08 

The life and death of 'Dumb Dumb' the pest

A MENACE to the community of Borde Narve Village in Princes Town was how Curtis James was described by relatives and villagers.

James was one of two people killed in an alleged shoot-out with police officers on Wednesday following the robbery of Tiana’s Jewellery Store in Couva. The other person killed was Kevon Simmons, 16 of Concerned Citizens Street.

The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) has since initiated an investigation into the shooting.

According to relatives the Express spoke with yesterday, James was not the “good boy” that he was made out to be by some.

A female relative, who asked not to be named, said James had a habit of stealing which began during his primary school days.

The woman said he started his life of crime stealing from immediate family, which then escalated to the wider community.

James, 20, was said to have had heart condition and a speech impediment. He did not go to therapy for his condition. The relative said despite his disabilities, some family members did try to encourage James to give up a life of crime which he promised to do.

The relative said that while James’s death was a tragic loss to the family, no one could deny that he found himself in trouble with many people.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-09 23:05:37 

2 men shot in bar ambush

Two men had to be hos­pi­talised af­ter be­ing shot out­side the Four Ros­es Bar along Sec­ond Street, San Juan, while sev­er­al oth­ers had to be treat­ed for mi­nor in­juries.

Re­ports in­di­cate that Dwayne Walk­er and Tim­o­thy Charles were at the es­tab­lish­ment when they were am­bushed by a lone gun­man who be­gan fir­ing wild­ly at them. As the gun­shots rang out, pa­trons sought safe­ty un­der ta­bles and in the bath­rooms.

The bar’s op­er­a­tors lat­er dis­cov­ered Walk­er bleed­ing from gun­shot wounds to the low­er legs and con­tact­ed the emer­gency health ser­vices.

Charles and Kelvin An­drews al­so both sus­tained in­juries dur­ing the in­ci­dent.

The trio was tak­en to hos­pi­tal, fol­low­ing which Walk­er and Charles were ward­ed in a sta­ble con­di­tion at the Er­ic Williams Med­ical Sci­ences Com­plex (EWM­SC), Mt Hope.

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sgtdjones 2019-03-10 15:34:42 

Bullet riddled bodies in Guaico


Someone shot and killed a couple in Sangre Grande on Sunday morning.

Police were called to Moolchan Street, Guaico at around 3a.m. after receiving reports of gunshots at a house.

They arrived to find Onika Crafton, 34 and her common law husband Jamarrie John, 31, dead.

Both victims were nude. They had been shot multiple times.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-10 20:36:09 

The Susan Maynard mystery

SIX MONTHS ago, Susan Maynard took a deep breath and stepped out of her home. She had told her family she was walking to the parlour next door to buy a phone card in the shop.

Instead, she just kept walking.

That was September 4, 2018.

And as Maynard walked further and further away from her home at Charlieville, not even stopping at the store, the neighbours who saw her did not have a clue that she would be gone, maybe forever.

Maynard had been diagnosed with depression two years earlier and had been prescribed medication for her illness.

Her mother, Clarissa Jones, said that within the first hour and she did not see her come home, she knew something was wrong.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-11 16:04:10 

Murder toll at 94

TWO murders which occurred between Saturday night and Sunday have raised the murder toll to 94.

In the first incident, Ronald Depeza was shot dead near the Boardwalk, Chaguaramas after escaping death a month ago. According to police Depeza was at the Boardwalk, near the kayak centre, when a car rolled up to him and its occupants shot him several times.

Newsday was told he died while being taken to hospital. Newsday also understands he survived a shooting a month ago near Alcan Bay, Chaguaramas. On Sunday, a 29-year-old man was also killed during a shootout with police. According to police reports, Adda Tafari was shot in an exchange of gunfire with police, at Gordon Street Mt Hope.

He was taken to the Eric Williams Medical Science Complex, where he was pronounced dead on arrival.

Police recovered a pistol at the scene.

 
BeatDball 2019-03-11 19:02:03 

For 1.3 million people! Outfactingstanding. Poor GG doesnt know it's a holistic fight...you just cannot continue to break heads. Everyone has to get on board. Are headmasters of schools in POS & the bigger towns in TT have a zero tolerance on tardiness & poor attendance of pupils? Are traffic police having a zero tolerance on traffic infractions - are people double parking their vehicles? Parking where they shouldnt? Is the sanitation dept ticketing homeowners or businesses for discarding trash irresponsibly? Are fellas driving about in brukatucka vehicles without proper registration/stickers? Is noise pollution enforced or fellas can just drive about playing music loud from their vehicles or does Mr Ramdhin or Mr Pollard can play their music loudly past 9pm during weekdays? Tell Dr Rowdy Rowley that you cannot keep breaking people's heads everybody or department heads have to join the fight! & GG, please take some measures, tactics, approach, plan, stratagem, etc from mayor Guiliani's handbook! I'm imploring you sah. The island with the most bootyful women has to get orderly. Full stop.
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sgtdjones 2019-03-11 21:12:01 

US Jouvert 'victim' heads home, her case unsolved

THE United States citizen who claimed she was stabbed, beaten and robbed during Jouvert celebrations returns to her country on Tuesday, but police have not yet completed their investigations into the attack.

Police officers continue to take statements from witnesses to the incident which alleged happened last Monday in San Fernando.

The alleged attack on Tionne Atwell, 19, of San Diego, is being investigated by officers of the San Fernando CID.

Atwell reported that while in her Jouvert band parading along Independence Avenue, San Fernando she was attacked by twice by revellers.

Atwell is a personnel specialist with the US Navy.

Her mother, Desiree Baird, claims that police officers stationed nearby did not do enough to apprehend the criminals.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-12 10:02:58 

Venezuelan woman, Trini man shot outside 'Villa Capri'


A VENEZUELAN woman and a Trinidadian man were shot outside a guest house in Marabella on Sunday.

The victims were identified as Christobalina Nunezmora, 39, of Elizabeth Street, Marabella, and Angus McBurnie, 39, of Princes Town.

Around 4 a.m. the two were standing near the entrance of Classic Seamen Guest House, restaurant and Bar at Elizabeth Street when several explosions were heard.

Nunezmora was shot in the left leg, and McBurnie was shot in both legs and stomach.

They were taken by ambulance to the San Fernando General Hospital and warded.

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sgtdjones 2019-03-12 10:07:04 

Chaguanas taxi driver killed

Relatives of 37-year-old private hire (PH) driver Ian Joseph, aka “Taliban,” are calling for answers after his body was found with stab and chop wounds in a vacant lot in Longdenville, Chaguanas, on Friday evening.

Relatives at the Forensic Science Centre, St James, yesterday said Joseph was working for money to buy diapers for his infant daughter when he was confronted by three men who they believe tried to rob him.

During the confrontation, Joseph was stabbed and ran away from his car, a silver Versa, but the men chased him and caught up with him at an abandoned lot, where he died from blood loss after he tried hiding from them.

Relatives said police were called but found only his abandoned car. After two hours of searching, Joseph’s bloodied body was found by relatives who did a search of their own.

Speaking with Newsday, one relative said Joseph was well-liked and respected in the community and may have known his attackers, as he offered them a drop and seldom offered rides to strangers.

They also said his father, Henry Joseph was killed last month, but were not sure if the killings were related.

“He was very loving and kind. He would try and help others as best as he could. He never went around looking for trouble, but he would do anything to defend himself and his family,” one relative said.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-12 20:21:50 

Grande vendor chopped while liming

A 23-year-old vendor is in serious but stable condition after he was chopped several times while liming last night.

Police said the man was on upper Cunapo Road, Coalmine, Sangre Grande, at around 8.50 pm when two masked men approached, dressed in dark clothing. One was armed with a cutlass and chopped him several times on his head and both hands.

The men ran into some nearby bush.

The victim was taken to the Sangre Grande Hospital by relatives.

Sangre Grande police are continuing inquiries.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-12 20:22:50 

British women sexually assaulted, robbed in Tobago

A suspect is in custody assisting police with investigations into a rape and robbery at a Tobago beach.

Newsday understands the 34-year-old suspect of Young Street, Canaan, was arrested on Monday in relation to the sexual assault of two British nationals near Grafton Beach at 1.30 am on Monday.

Police say the two women, aged 33 and 35, were also robbed.

More as it becomes available.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-12 20:23:48 

Woodbrook man beaten with towel, robbed

Woodbrook police are investigating the robbery of a man who was beaten with a towel and had his Samsung cellphone stolen on Monday night.

Police said at around 10 pm the man was walking along Luis Street, Woodbrook, when a car driving in the same direction slowed down. A man got out of the passenger side and told him, "Doh bother with that, pass that," as he grabbed the man's hand.

As the victim started to scream, the driver of the car got out and started beating him with a purple towel. The men took his cellphone and drove away.

In an unrelated incident hours earlier, at around 6.45 pm, a 55-year-old woman was robbed near the Success Laventille Secondary School, on the Eastern Main Road in Laventille.

Police said she was crossing the road when two men came up behind her. One of them hit her on the left side of her face while the other snatched her handbag, which contained $1,860.

She made a report to Besson Street police .

Earlier yesterday at around 12.30 am, two men were robbed of a cellphone and cash while driving in Carenage. Police said the men were driving along Upper L'Anse Mitan Road, after dropping off a friend, when two men with guns approached and demanded their valuables. The men handed over $715 and a Samsung J3 cellphone.

They reported the robbery to Carenage police.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-13 10:12:24 

Bandits use pothole to stage robbery


TWO men were robbed in Carenage early yesterday morning.

Police said that around 12.30 a.m. Jude White, 33 of San Juan was driving his AD Wagon south along Upper L’anse Mitan Road, Carenage while accompanied by his friend, Junior Peterson, 21 of Diego Martin.

As the headed south they met a sink in the road for which White had to slow down.

As they did they were approached by two gunmen who announced a robbery.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-13 10:13:39 

Woman charged with six burglaries:'"I needed food and drugs'

A WOMAN charged with breaking into a shop five times and stealing thousands of dollars’ worth of items was on Monday sentenced to 36 years in prison.

Nikita Dipnarine told the police she was hungry and also wanted money to buy food and drugs.

Before Rio Claro senior magistrate Rae Roopchand , the woman said she was guilty of six offences of shop breaking and larceny. The sentences of six years hard labour on each of the charges are to run concurrently. She will serve six years in jail.

Dipnarine 29 of Craignish Village, Princes Town, was charged that on five occasions between Feb 14 and March 6, she stole grocery items, cigarettes, DVD players, tablets and beverages together valued $14,406 from Rosha and Nada Mini Mart. The business place is owned and operated at St Julien Village, Princes Town by Nada Mohan. Charges were laid by constable Hospedales, Johnson, Jagmohan and Clarence.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-13 10:14:55 

Charged with choking, raping woman


A man appeared before the Chaguanas Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday charged with the rape of a 23-year-old woman.

Michael Jones aka ‘Anthony Jones’, a 28-year-old mason of Caroni, was granted $100,000 bail, by Magistrate Andrew Stroude.

He was also ordered by the magistrate stay away from the victim’s places of residence, study and work.

Jones is expected to reappear before a Magistrate on April 9.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-13 10:23:17 

No bail for Princes Town mall kidnapping accused

A LABOURER who allegedly kidnapped and robbed two people was denied bail before the Rio Claro court.

Darius Smyke, 22, appeared before Rio Claro magistrate Rae Roopchand charged with four offences.

It was alleged that on February 29 he and another person, took and carried away Shawn Loubon and Marcus Nanan against their will while they were in a car at a mall in Princes Town to Lothians Road, Princes Town.

It was also alleged that while at Lothians Road, together with another person, armed with a firearm, Loubon was robbed of $9,300 cash and a $4,000 cellular phone. Loubon was also allegedly robbed of seven pairs of jeans and five t-shirts together valued $5,700.

Smyke also faced the charge that on the same day and place, he robbed Marcus Nanan of $1,500 cash and a $5,000 cellular phone.

Charges were laid by constable Parris.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-13 10:24:44 

Woman charged with six burglaries:'"I needed food and drugs'

A WOMAN charged with breaking into a shop five times and stealing thousands of dollars’ worth of items was on Monday sentenced to 36 years in prison.

Nikita Dipnarine told the police she was hungry and also wanted money to buy food and drugs.

Before Rio Claro senior magistrate Rae Roopchand , the woman said she was guilty of six offences of shop breaking and larceny. The sentences of six years hard labour on each of the charges are to run concurrently. She will serve six years in jail.

Dipnarine 29 of Craignish Village, Princes Town, was charged that on five occasions between Feb 14 and March 6, she stole grocery items, cigarettes, DVD players, tablets and beverages together valued $14,406 from Rosha and Nada Mini Mart. The business place is owned and operated at St Julien Village, Princes Town by Nada Mohan. Charges were laid by constable Hospedales, Johnson, Jagmohan and Clarence.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-13 10:49:08 

Tobago businessman shot dead

A Tobago businessman was shot dead last evening.

The man, identified only as Donald Sonny Parks, was the owner of Endeavours Children Store, Summer Hill, Scarborough.

He is Tobago's third murder victim.

Scarborough Police is investigating.

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sgtdjones 2019-03-13 10:56:26 

Two charged with torching family’s home


Two men ac­cused of set­ting fire to a house with a cou­ple and their eight chil­dren in­side ap­peared in the Cou­va Mag­is­trates Court on Tues­day.

Sha­keel Braith­waite, 28, a con­struc­tion work­er, was de­nied bail while Shaun Braith­wait­he, 32, a con­trac­tor, both of Cal­cut­ta #3, Mc Bean, Cou­va, was grant­ed $150,000 bail on two charges of ar­son, with a cash al­ter­na­tive of $8,500.

The charges stemmed from an in­ci­dent on March 2.

Jackim Radix and his wife In­di­ra Gar­cia and their eight chil­dren man­aged to es­cape be­fore the house was com­plete­ly gut­ted.

The two men who are not re­lat­ed ap­peared be­fore Mag­is­trate Cheron Raphael charged with two of­fences of ma­li­cious­ly set­ting fire to the house at Cal­cut­ta #3.

Sha­keel Braith­waite was al­so charged with shoot­ing at Radix, pos­ses­sion of am­mu­ni­tion and pos­ses­sion of a firearm.

Ad­di­tion­al­ly, he was charged with an armed rob­bery which oc­curred on Au­gust 21, 2018, at Rash Rok Bar in Cou­va where sev­er­al bot­tles of al­co­hol, $6,300 and a $100,000 ve­hi­cle were stolen.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-13 22:04:03 

A double murder in public, no one saw

POLICE have little to go on except CCTV footage that captured the murders of two men in Couva on Carnival Friday.

The Nissan Tiida carrying the back seat killer bore false licence plates, when it pulled up along the busy Southern Main Road on March 1.

Daniel Renaldo Bute who was a known drug offender was the target of the shooter who used a 16 gauge shotgun.

Homicide detectives believe that t Bute was a casualty of the war between narcotics dealers in Couva.

Three shots were fired at Bute, but two men were killed.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-13 22:06:21 

Doubles vendor shot, robbed of $30 at Rio Claro


A man pretending to be a customer shot a doubles vendor in the left foot in Rio Claro this morning during a robbery.

The robber managed to steal only $30 because the victim, Alex Sammy, had arrived only moments earlier and was still setting up his stall in the car park of S&S Supermarket at High Street.

Eyewitnesses told police that shortly before 8 am, they heard a gunshot and saw a man running out of the car park opposite the supermarket.

Sammy, who lives at Jeffers Crossing, Tabaquite Road in Rio Claro ,was taken to the health centre, where he is being treated.

Police are searching for the armed thief.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-14 11:33:55 

90-year-old disabled woman attacked by intruder

THE screams of a defenceless 90 year old disabled woman caused an armed intruder to flee from her Sangre Grande home on Wednesday.

The woman cried for help when a man, wielding a cutlass, confronted her bedroom.

Around midday, the pensioner was at her home at Cunapo Southern Main Road when she heard a noise at the back of the house.

The disabled woman was in her bedroom when the armed man entered.

She began to scream, and he ran through the back door, which he had prised open.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-14 11:35:25 

Desperate search for Shania, 17

RELATIVES of 17-year-old Shania Ramjitsingh are pleading for the public’s assistance in finding her.

Shania, of Dyer’s Village, Hardbargain, Princes Town was last seen by her family at their home around 11 p.m. last Saturday (March 9).

She was wearing a T-shirt and long pants.

Mother Luciana Dhanraj said her daughter, who was staying with her ex-husband and his family, was discovered missing on Sunday when a younger sibling went to her room and realised she was not there.

“My husband and I separated and she was staying with him and his parents. He said that she was at home and he got up early the next day to go to work. They just though she was sleeping late but then another daughter went to wake her and they didn’t find her,” said Dhanraj.

A report was made to the Princes Town Police Station .


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sgtdjones 2019-03-14 19:58:47 

Girl reported missing four days after leaving home

Police need help in locating 17-year-old Britney Betty-Ann Thompson.

Britney, was last seen at her Caesar’s Court, Morne Diablo home,around 3p.m, last Saturday.

She was reported missing to the Penal Police Station, around 9a.m. on Wednesday by her mother.

Britney is of mixed descent, 5 feet 7 inches tall and medium built with a brown complexion and long hair. She was last seen wearing a short blue jeans skirt, a white Adidas top and a pair of brown sandals.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-14 20:00:13 

After losing Petrotrin job, man loses car, cash, jewelry to bandits

A former Petrotrin employee was beaten and robbed of his car, cash and jewellery in Barrackpore on Wednesday.

Hours after the robbery, police recovered the victim’s Nissan Tiida, abandoned in a street in the village.

The 51 year old man was closing the gate to his home when three men armed with firearms confronted him around 8.50 p.m.

They beat him, and forced him into his house where the victim’s 48 year old wife was in the living room.

The criminals demanded cash and valuables, and took $30,000, US $1,300, a gold chain, and the keys to the couple’s vehicle.

They escaped in the car with the loot.

Officers of the Barrackpore Police responded and found the vehicle at Cottage Road, Barrackpore.

The cash and gold chain were not recovered police said.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-14 20:01:21 

Taxi driver escapes trunk after abduction

In what was described as reminiscent of a scene from a movie, after he was kidnapped and bundled into the trunk of his own vehicle, 31-year-old Hadeed Khan managed to free himself while at a traffic light in San Juan.

According to police, around 7.55 p.m. on Monday, Khan was working his Nissan B15, valued at $31,000, for hire, when two men hired him to take them to Thomas Street, Saddle Road, San Juan.

Upon arrival, the two men announced a robbery, with one of the men holding a weapon.

They tied Khan’s hands together with a clothes hanger and bundled him in the trunk.

However, while in transit, Khan was able to untie himself and open the trunk. He ran a short distance away and raised an alarm.

The vehicle then sped away from the scene.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-15 12:01:03 

Toddler found abandoned in cardboard box

A LITTLE boy, believed to be between two and three years old was found abandoned in a cardboard box in an unoccupied house opposite Dollar Value supermarket in Montrose, Chaguanas shortly after 4 pm yesterday. The boy, who was dressed in a green vest and grey short pants, was rescued from the yard of the house by soldiers who were on patrol in the area.

According to reports, soldiers heard a child crying. They checked the unoccupied house and saw the child but no one else was there.

The soldiers took the child to their base in Enterprise and contacted ASP Richard Smith of the Chaguanas Police Station who took the child to the station and placed him on a bed to sleep.

When the awoke shortly before 5pm, he gave his name as Malik de Freitas but did not know his address.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-15 12:02:04 

Bus driver charged for sex with girl, 12

A MAN who works as a bus driver appeared in the San Fernando Magistrates' Court this morning on three counts of having sex with a 12-year-old girl. Aleem Mohammed, 33, of Tableland Village, was arrested on Monday. Senior magistrate, Alicia Chankar, read to him the charges – the first alleging that he took the girl on August 26, 2018 to Primier Guest House, Corinth Village, San Fernando, where he had sex with her.

The second charge is that on December 12, 2017, he committed the same act on the girl at the guest house. The third was committed, the magistrate said, between August 22, 2018 and August 26, 2018, at the same place.

Four held on out­stand­ing war­rants

Four peo­ple have been de­tained fol­low­ing po­lice ex­er­cis­es in Beetham and Sea Lots on Fri­day.

They in­clude three men from Beetham Gar­dens and a Grena­di­an na­tion­al.

Be­tween 3 pm and 8 pm, of­fi­cers led by Snr Sup Daniel un­der the su­per­vi­sion of In­spec­tors Pow­der and In­sp Brown car­ried out search­es at the Beetham Land­fill and a junk­yard in Sea Lots.

The four were ar­rest­ed dur­ing stop and search ex­er­cis­es af­ter it was dis­cov­ered they had out­stand­ing war­rants. Of­fi­cers al­so seized 78 grams of mar­i­jua­na and eight grams of co­caine.

How­ev­er, no one was ar­rest­ed in con­nec­tion with the nar­cotics.
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sgtdjones 2019-03-15 12:03:29 

Man surrenders for Tobago murder

One suspect is in police custody for the murder of prominent businessman and retired sergeant Donald Parks, 85 of Summer Hill, Plymouth. Newsday understands a 22-year-old male of Golden Lane surrendered to the Scarborough Police Station last night.

Parks was shot in the head on Tuesday night around 6 pm at his home.

He was approached by a gunman as he exited his panel van. According to Superintendent Ucef Alexander a loud explosion was heard and his daughter Essi Park discovered him lying on the ground in a pool of blood.

He was pronounced dead at the scene at 8.25 pm by district medical officer Anthony Maxwell. A single gunshot wound near the lower lip was found. The suspects were said to have escaped, on foot, into a bushy area.

Investigations are continuing.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-16 10:45:23 

Wrong choice: Carjackers get bullets from cop

An off duty police officer shot two men who attempted to rob him of his vehicle on Friday night.

The senior officer, who is attached to the San Fernando CID, was visiting relatives at New Haven Street, Marabella, when he was ambushed at around 7.15pm.

Police said the suspects walked up to the officer's Nissan AD wagon as he parked on the roadway.

One pointed a firearm at him while the other attempted to open the front passenger door.

The officer, who was in possession of a licenced firearm, fired several shots at the men.

One of the men collapsed and died at the scene.

The second man ran away.

Police said he was shot twice in the chest.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-16 10:47:45 

Thief goes to extraordinary lengths to steal Vodka

A MAN who brandished a knife at the owner of a car as he attempted to steal a bottle of alcohol from the vehicle has been jailed for 18 months with hard labour.

Landscaper Kendell Joseph was charged with larceny of a bottle of vodka, possession of a knife to wound and being found in enclosed premises with the unlawful purpose to steal.

Joseph, 35 of Ste Madeleine, said he was guilty of the three offences as he appeared before San Fernando magistrate Alicia Chankar.

Police prosecutor Cleyon Seedan said it was at 8.30 a.m. on Thursday that Shazard Mohammed was at Henry Street, San Fernando with his car parked on the compound of the enclosed premises. He was in the porch of the house when he saw Joseph jump the wall and enter his vehicle. Mohammed ran downstairs to his car and opened the front door of the vehicle to find Joseph armed with a knife and holding a $264 bottle of vodka which he found in the back seat.

The victim told Joseph to come out of his car and in doing so, Joseph slipped and fell on the ground, hitting his head. Mohammed contacted the police and constable Groom laid the three charges against Joseph.

The landscaper appeared before the court with a bandage to the right side of his head.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-16 10:49:16 

Carenage gangland
Gunmen shoot at each other…

ONGOING war in Carenage which in the past year resulted in at least five men being killed, triggered a massive joint police and Defence Force exercise yesterday.

The lawmen swarmed Upper Haig Street and Abbe Poujade Street looking for gunmen, who residents said, began shooting indiscriminately for over three minutes before police arrived. Both streets intersect at a point called Fresco Junction. The rapid gunfire forced regiment, coast guard and various units of the police service to descend on Carenage arresting two, searching several homes, but recovering no weapons. One of the homes searched according to residents, belonged to a member of the Coast Guard who was not at home at the time.

The uncle of one of the men arrested, who identified himself only as Jason, told the media that the two of them were at home listening to music when his nephew stopped playing and alerted him to the gunshots. Jason had earlier pointed out three bullet holes in his home, one in his front door and two on the roof. After the shooting police came to his house and arrested his nephew.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-16 10:53:53 

43 SEX CHARGES
Chinese man, Venezuelan woman in court

SPECIAL arrangements were made at two prisons last night to accept a couple, who at 6.45 pm, left the Port of Spain Magistrates’ court after facing 43 charges stemming from what police have dubbed the “sex ring case.”

The couple, according to police, are Solieht Torres, 23, of Venezuela and her Chinese-born, Guyanese raised boyfriend Jinfu Zhu, appeared before magistrate Marissa Gomez. Zhu, who speaks Mandarin, had the charges translated to him by Carol Williams, while Torres relied on Joanna Boca, to translate what was said to Spanish.

Zhu was taken to the Port of Spain Prison while Torres was taken to the Women’s Prison at Golden Grove, Arouca. The charges all stem from a two-day long police raid on February 5 and 6, in connection with the discovery of 19 Venezuelans – three teenage girls and 16 women, between the ages of 15 and 19. The Venezuelans were rescued from several locations including a house at 61, Western Circle, Westmoorings.

This house is owned by Edward Aboud and was leased to Zhu for over $20,000 monthly, police said. Senior police sources said they are still searching for a man believed to be in Suriname in relation to the alleged prostitution ring as he is believed to be the mastermind.


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bravos 2019-03-16 11:13:45 

at this rate we gonna have much less than 30 murders this month,just as I predicted..

So far 10 in 16 days..0 in 3 days (again) and carnival long gone.. ...now that's a positive trend in a country with sooooo many guns and sooooo many idiots..

Criminals are being caught during and right after the act due to sub 5 min response times across the board,even in South,the word is spreading,strategies and new methods are working..

The police service is being sanitized..

Everything I said is being proven already,while all fools can do is highlight the next and sadly inevitable murder ..

There are going to be many more murders reported here,but this month's toll is going to be one of the lowest in recent times,and this year's toll is going to be waay less than last year..

Progress..

Take a bump dey while you hope for a couple triples and doubles to bring up the rate, tusty for Trini blood....

 
che 2019-03-16 11:31:56 

In reply to bravos

tusty for Trini blood

Hoot is da two time loser and fraud aint trini...

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-16 11:33:41 

In reply to che

What up Ron, been to Grenada lately.

Still living in Venice Beach, California.

lol lol lol

 
che 2019-03-16 11:38:37 

In reply to bravos

Is why three in one fraud couldn't care less fi post dem gory stats everyday...

 
bravos 2019-03-16 11:46:33 

In reply to che

Yup ...Totally..

Either that or a fake refugee looking for justification for his lies of the 80's-90's...

Sad life..Lied on and sold out his country to pick strawberries in Canada..

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-16 12:12:37 

In reply to bravos

I have asked that you produce proof of the above.

So far to date, you have been a failure.



lol lol lol lol

 
che 2019-03-16 12:38:06 

In reply to bravos

Sad life

Hell YEAH!!

in Canada..

Hell NO!!

lol lol lol

 
bravos 2019-03-16 12:42:56 

In reply to che

You mean another facting disgruntled dottie!!??

Makes sense!!

 
bravos 2019-03-16 12:45:46 

In reply to STDdjones

Ok so your'e picking bananas in St.Lucia..

Go groom Cotosi ball sack..

He's waiting ..


Oh and I saw when you changed it from 97 to 98 after my post..

Your'e a nasty human being..keep adding as you please..

 
Courtesy 2019-03-16 12:48:28 

In reply to bravos

Ok so your'e picking bananas in St.Lucia..

Go groom Cotosi ball sack..

He's waiting ..

I took a bit longer today for your irrational and emotional side to take over...but mission accomplished nonetheless.

You Nation Building Fool. You have nothing to offer...vacuous.

Have a great day, chappy.

wink wink wink

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-16 23:40:32 

In reply to bravos

Having che (Ron) and the Imam as friends and supporters
tells of desperation.

razz razz razz razz

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-17 20:10:28 

Murder outside Gulf City Shopping Mall

A 71-year-old man was shot dead this afternoon while in a taxi outside the Gulf City Shopping Complex.

The shooter walked up to Phillip of Edingburgh 500 and fired several shots before entering a Nissan Tiida which drove off. Phillip died in the car while holding a black bag, and cash.

Police believe the driver of the PH taxi, who escaped injury, was the target.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-17 20:13:08 

Officer’s gun stolen during house party

Police are investigating the alleged theft of a policeman's service pistol at his Sangre Grande home on Friday night.

According to reports, Insp Christopher Fuentes was liming with other police officers and a woman at his Ajim Baksh Street, Sangre Grande, home at around 9 pm.

Fuentes allegedly left his friends downstairs and went to bed at around 10.30 pm, taking his wallet, his police-issued Sig Sauer pistol and 14 rounds of .9 mm ammunition with him.

He told police he put the items under his pillow, but awoke around 11 pm to find his weapon, ammunition and wallet missing.

Fuentes then called Sangre Grande police and police officers of the CID came to his home where they asked for a statement.

Newsday was told investigators were unable to contact the police officers with whom Fuentes was liming.

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sgtdjones 2019-03-18 10:45:39 

Gary: Cops outnumber criminals

POLICE officers outnumber criminals in Trinidad and Tobago and will continue to infiltrate and put an end to any turf war in any part of the country, says Police Commissioner Gary Griffith.

The commissioner said his officers are ready and up to the task at hand to ensure the criminal element does not, in any way, affect the freedom of movement and rights of law-abiding citizens.

“The Police Service is not afraid of anything. We are very aware of situations and we are giving advice to law-abiding citizens that when these punks, these creeps, decide to feel that they can just fire indiscriminately at other gang members, and again, this is where you have those unfortunate words of collateral damage, where law-abiding citizens could actually be hit,” said Griffith.

He was speaking during an interview on radio station i95.5 FM yesterday regarding the ongoing gang war between members of the Rasta City and Muslim gangs in Carenage over the past few days that saw a series of shooting incidents that has left some men ­injured.



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sgtdjones 2019-03-18 10:47:30 

Witness to double murder silenced by killers


A 50-YEAR-OLD man who was said to have been a witness to a double murder was himself gunned down at his home on Saturday night.

The dead man has since been identified as Rudoulph Poon, of Pinewood Avenue, Carapo.

He was murdered by two armed men who went to the area with the sole intention of taking his life to silence him from giving information to police on the crime he was said to have witnessed.

After carrying out the act, the gunmen fled the scene, all the while shooting several rounds into the air to prevent others who live in the area from attacking them in return, said one resident.

Police said the incident took place around 10.30 p.m.

However, police said residents did not at first know the gunmen had entered Poon’s home and shot him dead.


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BeatDball 2019-03-18 11:08:18 

Likkle ole Rwanda, almost 12 million people, double the size of the Windies, has more safety, law & order! Dwl. Heheheheheh. Max. respect to Paul Kagame. Literally kicking batties.
cool

 
Narper 2019-03-18 16:05:45 

In reply to sgtdjones

The body of a 55-year-old man was found minutes ago at his home off the Caroni Savannah Road, Chaguanas.

His identity has not yet been revealed by police, but they are at the scene and are investigating whether foul play was involved in his death

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no let up at all
Come on Gary G !!!!

 
bravos 2019-03-18 16:27:56 

One murder is one too many but this is 28 or so less than last year same time...

If one murder is one too many what is 28 less?

20 or less projected this month and the trend is expected to continue,new approach and techniques in full effect..

Progress..

 
Narper 2019-03-18 17:38:05 

In reply to bravos

but this is 28 or so less than last year same time...


yep...that is a substantial reduction...I have confidence in Gary G...he means business

 
Casper 2019-03-18 18:58:20 

In reply to sgtdjones

It’s time to declare an “emergency” in T&T.

 
bravos 2019-03-18 19:50:25 

In reply to Casper

What for? We're on track for out lowest month in years...

And the year end total would be much less than last year..

 
bravos 2019-03-18 19:55:04 

In reply to Narper

Yeah boy he keeping the pressure on,sub 5 mins response times and S.O.R.T ftw!! cool

Remember murders went down to the 300's with him as Nat Sec Min ..

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-18 21:01:34 

Man tied up, killed in Cunupia
Susan Mohammed 3 hrs ago

THE body of a man with the legs bound was found in Cunupia on Sunday.

The discovery was made around 11 a.m. at McNair Road Extension.

Police said the body was decomposing, but the district medical officer deduced that the victim of a man of African descent.

The legs were bound with tie straps, police said, and the victim was clad in a pair of blue three quarter jeans.

Visiting the scene were Senir Supt Seepersad , ASP Kissoonlal, Insp Waithe, Cpl Deo and other officers of the Homicide Region III, Chaguanas and Cunupia police.


In another incident, human remains were found in Princes Town on Saturday.

Police were called to Perry Young Branch Road where a skull and other bones were found in a bushy area.


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bravos 2019-03-18 21:12:23 

Asshole you counting the same incidents and updates as more murders...

You even waay off the figures of the staunchest local critics...

No credibility..

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-18 22:31:05 

In reply to bravos

Man tied up, killed in Cunupia
Susan Mohammed 3 hrs ago



Noted when it was posted in newspapers.

Ok my error you cant read.

lol lol lol

 
Narper 2019-03-19 12:18:29 

In reply to bravos

Inspector Roger Alexander is back


FORMER TV6 crime show co-host and suspended police officer Inspector Roger Alexander will be back on duty soon.

The assault case against Alexander and Constable Sheldon Mires was discharged in the Port of Spain Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday morning.

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More help for Gary G

 
bravos 2019-03-19 12:22:17 

In reply to Narper

Yes boi I was thinking he would be an asset to Gary if he's back!!

Dyumn!!

GREAT NEWS!! twisted

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-19 13:36:32 

Man found dead in Chaguanas house



The body of a 55-year-old man was found minutes ago at his home off the Caroni Savannah Road, Chaguanas.

His identity has not yet been revealed by police, but they are at the scene and are investigating whether foul play was involved in his death.

Newsday was told relatives of the man, who live abroad, were not able to reach him for the past few days. They got worried, and contacted the police, who visited the man’s house, accompanied by other relatives living in TT.

When they got into the house they found the man dead.

Police are currently processing the scene but the man’s body is expected to be removed to the Forensic Science Centre in St James for an autopsy


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bravos 2019-03-19 13:56:02 

Asshole that was already posted and the man seems to have died naturally..It has not been classified as murder but hey feel free to add to your total..

Blood tusty buck..

Get a life..

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-19 18:53:53 

Man beaten and dumped in well

In­ves­ti­ga­tors are await­ing a state­ment from a Siparia labour­er who near­ly died af­ter be­ing beat­en and thrown 16 feet down a well on Mon­day.

Romeo Mitchell, whose age po­lice es­ti­mat­ed around 55, re­mained ward­ed at the San Fer­nan­do Gen­er­al Hos­pi­tal.

South West­ern Di­vi­sion po­lice said they were yet to get a state­ment from Mitchell as he was heav­i­ly se­dat­ed af­ter suf­fer­ing spinal in­juries.

A re­port stat­ed that around 10 am, Mitchell and the sus­pect got in­to a fight along the Mo­ra Dam Road, Siparia. The sus­pect threw Mitchell in­to the well and left him for dead. The well is lo­cat­ed at the Mo­ra Dam, which is a reser­voir used by Pow­er­Gen.

In 2010, WASA com­mis­sioned the Pe­nal Well #25, on the Mo­ra Dam Road to pro­duce 120 gal­lons of wa­ter dai­ly for the sur­round­ing com­mu­ni­ties.

Un­able to climb out be­cause of spinal in­juries and bro­ken legs, Mitchell cried for help un­til res­i­dents heard and even­tu­al­ly found him in the well.

Siparia fire of­fi­cers were con­tact­ed and they were able to res­cue Mitchell. He was tak­en to the Siparia Dis­trict Health Fa­cil­i­ty where he was treat­ed and then trans­ferred to the hos­pi­tal.

Sgt Jag­ger­nath, PC, Jim­dar and PC Phillip vis­it­ed the area and in­ter­viewed sev­er­al peo­ple, which led to the ar­rest of the sus­pect, who re­mained in cus­tody up to Mon­day.


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BeatDball 2019-03-19 18:58:27 

When the leadership & cabinet with the opposition in TT, GT & JA cannot be 'on the same sheet of music' in regards to law enforcement, then...fuggetabout it. Mih seh suh.
cry evil

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-19 22:21:37 

'Creating stronger communities’

COMMISSIONER of Police Gary Griffith wants to keep guns out of the hands of young people.

He wants them to stay away from crime, and instead focus on developing their sporting talents and building their communities.

As the murder toll crossed over 100 for the year so far, Griffith is hoping another, different kind of approach will help turn young people away from a life of crime. He’s hoping young people will battle on the football field and not the streets of Trinidad and Tobago, following the launch of the Commissioner’s Cup ­football competition yesterday.


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TWO men were killed between Monday night and yesterday morning, sending the murder toll for the year to 104.

The first victim, Daniel Villafana, died at hospital minutes after being shot as he was leaving his workplace at the Kiss Baking Company in Chaguanas on Monday. The second, Andre “Fats” Douglas, was found dead in a car in Petit Valley yesterday morning.

Relatives of Douglas, murder victim No 104, believe he was killed by someone he knew. Douglas, 30, was found dead on Morne Coco Road. Newsday understands gunshots were heard at about 6 am yesterday, in an area known as Second Springs, and residents found Douglas in the driver’s seat of a white Nissan Tiida.

 
bravos 2019-03-19 22:30:13 

Cunnie hole there have been 30 murders less than last year as of today,and this year's total is going to be over 100 less than last year,deal with it..

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-19 22:46:18 

In reply to bravos

Why dont you have your own thread.

Explain to one that lost a relative, mother, father, son or child, etc that T&T have fewer murders than last year.

They will realize how stupid you are.

I realized you have a lack of comprehension and intelligence by what you post.

I will see thee at La Romaine when I come down.
Your skinny short rass will run. It is a promise.

evil

 
BeatDball 2019-03-20 10:53:46 

In reply to sgtdjones

big grin lol

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-20 12:44:52 

These thieves even stole the toilet paper

A RIO Claro couple was robbed of cash, cigarettes, cell phones and toilet paper by armed thieves on Tuesday.

The three assailants beat the 60 year old proprietor and his 57 year old wife to hand over the cash and items.

Within hours of the crime, Rio Claro police arrested three men in connection with the incident.

Around 9.30 p.m. three men – one armed with a firearm and another with a knife – held up the owners of Singh’s Car Care products and Beverage Centre at Naparima Mayaro Road.

With the firearm they beat the proprietor and his wife, who then handed over $44,000, a 75 cartons of cigarettes valued $21,000, a bale of toilet paper valued $100, and two cell phones.

They escaped with the loot in a gold Nissan Almera.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-20 12:48:15 

Man shot dead in Carapo

43 Minutes Ago

A 30-year-old man was found dead in his home in Arima on Tuesday night.

According to reports the man, identified as Marvin “Jungle” Gordon, of Race Course Road, Carapo, had just returned to his home after liming at a bar.

Shortly after, his wife heard gunshots.

When his wife checked, she found him lying on the floor suffering from gunshot wounds. He died at the scene.

Police investigating the matter say he had no previous matters.


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nick2020 2019-03-20 12:50:24 

In reply to bravos

I thought you said per capita this is less than Lil England? The current number is 104?

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-20 12:55:48 

In reply to nick2020

79 days ....105 dead.

That fool will claim its less than the last year.

Tell that to someone who lost a relative, etc?

 
bravos 2019-03-21 01:13:14 

The decomposing body of a man which was found in a house in Chaguanas on Monday was identified as 60-year-old Bobby Seeram, a welder by trade.

Relatives identified him at the Forensic Science Centre in St James, where pathologists confirmed he died of a heart attack.


They said police found no marks of violence on Seeram’s body while processing the scene, but the body was in an advanced state of decomposition. None of Seeram's valuables were missing, and his phone was found charging on his bed.

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-21 11:48:05 

Disfigured dad charged with bedroom murder of wife

DOMINIC Guevarra who survived a shotgun attack which killed his wife a year ago, has been charged with her murder.

Police were waiting for him to sufficiently recover before approaching him for a statement on what he knew about how his wife was killed.

He was discharged from hospital on Monday and taken into the custody of homicide offices.

He was kept at the St Joseph Police Station until Wednesday, when the Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard instructed that he be charged with the murder.

Guevarra survived the blast of a 12 gauge shotgun at close range which caused massive injuries to his mouth, jaw and nose on February 26, 2018.

His wife, Margaret Ragoobar-Guevarra, was also a victim in the shooting but she bled to death on the floor of the couple’s bedroom at their family’s home at Jarasingh Village, Sangre Grande.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-21 11:49:41 

He lived the American Dream, returned home, and was killed

JOSEPH Phillip lived the American dream before retiring to Trinidad where he was murdered on Sunday.

Phillip, 71, went to New York about 40 years ago, worked many jobs and achieved financial success.

He was gunned down in a taxi outside the Gulf City shopping complex, La Romaine, on Sunday in what police described as a hit.

A relative of Phillip, who did not wish to be named because he said he was fearful for his life, said Phillip worked “extremely hard all of his life”.

He had managed several fast food outlets in the United States and had occupied a valuable property in Central Park West in Manhattan, New York.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-21 11:53:16 

Inspector who lost gun, wallet, held for rape of girl, 16

A POLICE inspector who reported his firearm and wallet missing has been arrested for sexual assault of a minor.

The victim, a 16 year old girl, allegedly turned in the firearm and wallet to police.

The girl, a mother of one, had been placed in the custody of officers of the Child Protection Unit.

It is alleged that on Friday night the inspector and two other officers were liming with the 16-year-old at his (the inspector’s) home at Sangre Grande.

The 55-year-old police inspector, who is currently on pre-retirement leave, said that around 10.30 p.m. he took his police-issued Sig Sauer pistol, 14 rounds of ammunition and his wallet and went into his bedroom upstairs his home.

He reported that he placed the items beneath his pillow
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sgtdjones 2019-03-21 12:07:56 

7 cops arrested over extra duty racket

Five fe­male Spe­cial Re­serve Po­lice Of­fi­cers and a se­nior su­per­in­ten­dent of po­lice are among sev­en po­lice of­fi­cers ar­rest­ed by of­fi­cers of the Pro­fes­sion­al Stan­dards Bu­reau for mis­chief in pub­lic of­fice.

In­for­ma­tion reach­ing the Guardian Me­dia con­firmed that the of­fi­cers were ar­rest­ed af­ter a vig­or­ous in­ves­ti­ga­tion in­to al­le­ga­tions of fraud­u­lent con­duct in­volv­ing ex­tra du­ty where a rev­enue clerk was al­leged­ly ac­com­mo­dat­ing spruced up claims from of­fi­cers over the Christ­mas 2018 and Car­ni­val 2019 sea­sons.

The of­fi­cers, who are all as­signed to the Traf­fic Branch in Port-of-Spain, were ar­rest­ed be­tween Tues­day night and Wednes­day morn­ing and are be­ing housed in dif­fer­ent po­lice sta­tions along the east/west cor­ri­dor, in­clud­ing Besson Street, Mor­vant, Barataria, San Juan and the St Joseph Po­lice Sta­tions.

Rep­re­sent­ing at­tor­neys for the re­spec­tive of­fi­cers in­clude Pamela El­der SC, Ian Brooks, Brent Win­ter, Ter­ry Boy­er and Fa­reed Ali, who were said to be with their re­spec­tive clients up un­til late Wednes­day night.

PC Joe­field is the lead in­ves­ti­ga­tor in the case.

One of­fi­cer was for­mal­ly in­ter­viewed on Wednes­day and the oth­er in­ter­views are ex­pect­ed to con­tin­ue Thurs­day.

In­ves­ti­ga­tions are con­tin­u­ing.



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Narper 2019-03-21 12:19:38 

In reply to sgtdjones

Gary G have to seriously watch out for his safety....the man is cleaning up the Police...we all know from way back....it is some elements in the police who are supporting crime for personal benefits.

I remember a story in the early 90s....The cops raided Dole Chadee 'estate' in Piparo very early one morning...when they arrived....Dole was waiting for them....and proceeded to invite them to have breakfast with him....breakfast was already prepared for all of them
Big men in the police were on Dole's payroll.

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-21 15:46:23 

In reply to Narper

He wants lie detectors, He has GPS on cars they can park and sleep any more or be a Taxi Service.

I am concerned if he will be set up.

 
Narper 2019-03-21 20:07:38 

In reply to sgtdjones

I am happy he is getting everything he needs...this is serious fight...lots are at stakes here....the future of the nation

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-22 13:47:44 

3 Hrs Ago Shane Superville
Murder suspect: ‘He fell on my knife’

A 31-year-old Diego Martin man is in police custody after he allegedly stabbed his friend to death during an argument yesterday.

Police said, Jonathan Harridan, 33, was liming with a friend at St Lucien Road, Diego Martin, at around 9.15 am when they got into an argument and started fighting.

During the fight, the suspect pulled out a knife and stabbed Harridan several times before running away.

Harridan died on the spot.

Police said minutes after the stabbing, the man went to the Four Roads Police Station and admitted to being involved in a fight, but claimed Harridan's death was accidental, as he "fell on the knife."

Residents in the area, say the men were close friends and were accustomed liming with each other.

The man has not yet been charged.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-22 13:48:54 

4 limers shot


A BIRTHDAY party ended in bloodshed on Tuesday night after a gunman opened fire on partygoers at a house in Enterprise, Chaguanas.

Four people were shot injuries and are now warded at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex in Mt Hope in stable condition.

The party was at a house in Goodwill Road.

Police said at about 8.30 pm, as guests were dancing and drinking, a gunman arrived and began to shoot.

Eyewitnesses told police there were screams as people ran for cover.

The gunman then ran out of the house.

Emergency Health Services were called in and the injured were rushed to the Chaguanas Health Facility and later transfered to Mt Hope.

Reports said one man was shot in the back and leg.

Three others suffered injuries to their chests and hands.

No arrest has been made and police said a motive has not yet been determined.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-22 13:53:14 

Barrackpore man found dead on farm
A BARRACKPORE pensioner has been found dead on his farm.

Police said Jeewan Chaitoo, 69, of Cunjal Road was found motionless with a wound to his head. Police said a relative went to visit him and made the discovery at about 1pm on Wednesday.

He told police he called out to Chaitoo and did not get a response, then searched the house.

He later found Chaitoo’s body on his farm near to his house with blood on his head.

Police have not ruled out foul play as they await the results of an autopsy, which was expected to be done today.

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sgtdjones 2019-03-23 20:11:22 

Driving ban for cops involved in fatal crashes, says Gary

Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith is personally treating with both investigations into recent road traffic accidents involving officers of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS).

According to a statement issued on Friday, Grifith immediately suspended the driving privileges of these officers as it relates to the use of TTPS vehicles and has ordered an internal review of Police driving standards.

An unidentified man was killed while attempting to cross the Priority Bus Route in the vicinity of Third Avenue,Barataria, just after 11am today.

According to eyewitnesses, the man tried crossing from south to north along the zebra crossing when, on reaching halfway across the road, he was hit by a Police vehicle.

On Tuesday, police arrested one of their colleagues who allegedly hit a woman with a speeding vehicle in Diego Martin on Tuesday.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-24 00:56:43 

‘Men gone wild’

A TRINCITY man who was liming with a friend in Malabar yesterday morning was shot and killed.

Police had not motive for his killing up to last night.

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sgtdjones 2019-03-24 22:50:17 

Two men shot dead in overnight killings


Two men were mur­dered overnight in sep­a­rate in­ci­dents in East Trinidad.

Po­lice said Em­manuel De Ver­teuil, 25, of Ma­habir Lane, Ari­ma was stand­ing near Liquor Well Bay, in D’Abadie when he was shot.

He was tak­en to the Ari­ma Dis­trict Hos­pi­tal but died while re­ceiv­ing treat­ment.

In an un­re­lat­ed in­ci­dent, a Trinci­ty man was shot and killed in Ari­ma while his friend was in­jured.

Po­lice said Dwight Fran­cis, 38, of 8th Street, Caz­abon Av­enue was lim­ing with Roger Bel­con, 32 of Wal­cott Place, Phase 4, Mal­abar, Ari­ma around 12.35 am on Sat­ur­day-when two gun­men ap­proached the duo and opened fire.

Fran­cis and Bel­con were close to Bel­con’s home when they were shot.

Bel­con was shot to the back and hip and Fran­cis was found ly­ing dead in a near­by drain.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-24 22:52:01 

Three men abducted in Freeport

Two Freeport fam­i­lies are ap­peal­ing for the pub­lic's help in find­ing three men who were ab­duct­ed on Sun­day out­side their homes.

Ac­cord­ing to re­ports, Shaz­ard Ho­sein, 29, Aaron Roop­nar­ine, 19 and his broth­er Sunil Roop­nar­ine, 23 were at a par­lour in Uquire Road, Freeport when a car and a van pulled up around 4 pm.

Two men armed with guns got out of the car and ran in­to the par­lour, de­mand­ing the shop­keep­er hand over cig­a­rettes and mon­ey.

Ho­sein's broth­er Rocky told Guardian Me­dia that the shop­keep­er hand­ed over car­tons of cig­a­rettes but told the men he did not have any mon­ey.

The men took the cig­a­rettes and ran out.

How­ev­er, they ran back in­to the par­lour less than a minute af­ter and asked which one of the men was Aaron.

They then bun­dled the Roop­nar­ine broth­ers and Ho­sein in­to the car and sped off.

Rocky said a re­port was made to the Freeport Po­lice Sta­tion but up un­til press time, no ran­som was de­mand­ed.

Sunil is the fa­ther of three young chil­dren while Ho­sein is en­gaged to be mar­ried.

Rocky said the three were tak­ing part in Phag­wa cel­e­bra­tions in the com­mu­ni­ty and had been pitch­ing mar­bles with chil­dren min­utes be­fore the in­ci­dent.

He sent out an emo­tion­al plea for his broth­er's safe re­turn.

"Who­ev­er has him please let him come home safe­ly, he is not in­volved in any­thing with any­body - any­one in the pub­lic can come in­to our vil­lage and ask about these boys, they are very good peo­ple," he said.

Any­one with in­for­ma­tion on the where­abouts of the men is be­ing asked to con­tact the Freeport Po­lice Sta­tion at 673-0027 or the near­est po­lice sta­tion.

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sgtdjones 2019-03-24 23:00:45 

Man, 23, shot and wounded in Gasparillo


Southern Division police are investigating a shooting in Gasparillo on Saturday night which left one man hospitalised. Police said the victim Alex Rahim, 23, who lives at Pooran Street in Gasparillo was taken to the San Fernando General Hospital after being shot in the right leg. His injuries are not life-threatening.

According to a police report, Rahim was at Johnson Street with a group of people at about 7.15 pm when gunshots rang out. He felt a burning sensation in his leg and realised he was shot. Police believe Rahim was not the intended target. No arrest was made and Gasparillo police are investigating.



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sgtdjones 2019-03-25 10:28:29 

Scanny's bandit son killed by cop in Enterprise

The teenage son of Allan “Scanny” Martin, who became notorious when he broke out of the Port of Spain Prison in 2015, was shot dead on Saturday night when he attempted to rob an off-duty police officer in Enterprise.

His 20-year-old accomplice is now in police custody.

According to a police report, the officer was opening the gate to his Enterprise home shortly after midnight when he observed a vehicle approaching him. He entered his vehicle and was accosted by two gunmen.

The police officer drew his service revolver and fired at the two men. Both returned fire.One of the accomplices was shot in the crossfire. The injured man was identified as AJ Martin, son of “Scanny” Martin

AJ Martin was taken to Chaguanas Health Facility where he died while being treated.

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sgtdjones 2019-03-25 10:30:23 

'Rose' tattoo clue, as woman's body found in Couva


The police are asking the public to help them identify the body of a woman found in a watercourse at Exchange, Couva around 10 a.m. on Saturday.

The body was clad in a pair of short black tights, black vest, and tan coloured slippers. It also bore a rose tattoo on the right side of the stomach, police said.

Officers from Region 3 Homicide Division said the body was in an advanced state of decomposition.

Anyone with information can contact the Division at 652-0495 or 652-1429.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-25 10:33:43 

Suspended SRP shot by police


A Valencia man was shot and wounded after he pointed a gun at police last night.

Valencia police were on patrol near the recreation grounds along KP Lands, La Plata, at around 9.20 pm when two men ran towards their car, calling for help.

When questioned the men said they were being chased by another man who wanted to kill them.

Police saw a man, who they recognised as a special reserve police (SRP) officer running towards the men and stopped him.

The man allegedly pointed a gun at police, who shot him.

Police seized a pistol and ammunition and took the man to the Sangre Grande Hospital where he was treated.

They said the SRP was on suspension and is before the court on charges.

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bravos 2019-03-25 22:18:07 

The idiot counting the same people twice with initial reports of body and then ID of body days after as two separate murders,counting a report of one man dead in the Trincity one day (just in) and then 2 men dead in East next day report (including the same one in Trinicity),and counting dead bandit too..

It's 106 Shirley,and 15-16 for March so far..even at this overall rate we done headed for hundred less than last year ,but the trend gonna continue,so could be less than 400 at year's end..

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-25 22:29:29 

......It's 106 Shirley,and 15-16 for March so far..even at this overall rate we done headed for hundred less than last year ,but the trend gonna continue,so could be less than 400 at year's end..


I see math is your weakness...see two more below

Why not go and count the bridge in Mexico.

Please make your own thread and stay off this one.

Warning: Antibiotics in T&T chicken pose health risks

Go eat some chicken ...nah

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-25 22:34:43 

Oh No! Missing Chaguanas teenager chopped to death

Seventeen-year-old Netanya Mohamdally who went missing on March 17 from her home in Chaguanas was chopped to death. Her relatives had reported her missing to police soon after she vanished that Sunday. She had left home at Gaston and Xavier Street to visit her father who lived elsewhere.

News of the girl’s murder has sparked outrage among citizens. Some on social media said many people who were being reported as missing were in most cases runaways who returned home safely, after using up valuable police resources and the good faith of citizens
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sgtdjones 2019-03-25 22:43:40 

Chased down the street, woman shot and killed

Rachel Mohammed, the woman shot on Dookiesingh Street, St Augustine, on Saturday night while liming with her friend, has died.

Mohammed, 30, was from Benny Lane, off Dookiesingh Street.

She succumbed to her injuries at 10.10am on Sunday at the Mt Hope Hospital. Mt Hope.

As a result an autopsy is expected to be performed today at the Forensic Science Center in St James as part of the investigative process into her killing.

Mohammed was shot at about 11.20p.m. on Saturday, while in the company of Susan Ramkissoon, 43.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-26 10:15:21 

A man found bleeding roadside in Arouca on Monday, has died at hospital.

Police say 30-year-old Quammie Gulding was found at Jade Avenue, Bon Air Gardens, Arouca, bleeding from bullet wounds to the shoulder and head.

Gulding, of Dinsley Gardens, Arouca, died three hours after being taken to hospital.

He died at around 3.30pm.

Police have no motive for this killing.

The homicide figure for the year so far is at least 108.


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The homicide figure for the year so far is at least 108.
Note plus two more noted above= 110


least.....smallest in amount, extent, or significance

 
Narper 2019-03-26 14:30:24 

In reply to sgtdjones

O skunt man....dat's a big jump in a few days

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-26 14:32:38 

30 minutes ago

Murder at Pinewood Drive, Carapo

Police are currently in Carapo, where a 39-year-old man has been found dead.

The man has been identified as Arnold Joseph. His body was found on Pinewood Drive, and sources told Newsday the man seemed to have been stabbed to death.

While details are still coming in, it is believed that the body will be taken to the Forensic Science Centre in St James where an autopsy will be performed, after the crime scene is inspected.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-26 14:35:09 

Man shot by girlfriend’s ex

A 27-year-old Arouca man was reportedly beaten and shot at by a former acquaintance of his girlfriend.

Police said the man was hit behind his head while walking with his girlfriend along Ackbarali Street, Arima, at around 3.20 pm on Monday.

The man turned around and saw his girlfriend's ex-boyfriend holding a gun, which he fired twice.

The man ran away before driving off in his car. La Horquetta Police are investigating.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-26 14:35:56 

In reply to Narper

A friend in T&T police keeping me updated.

A sad situation.

The government has asked Police not to give
out murder counts daily.

An idiot will come by shortly claiming we go have 30 murders less than the last year.

Tell that to someone who lost a family member that was murdered.

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-27 10:23:56 

Pundit shot, worshiper killed during Pooja

A man was shot dead and a pundit injured during a Pooja (Hindu prayer service) in Hardbargain near Princes Town on Tuesday.

Joseph Narine, 60, was shot multiple times, and the pundit Shervon Narad was struck twice by a thief who ambushed them in Narine’s home.

Around 11.30 p.m. Narine and Narad were saying religious prayers when a gunman entered the house.

The criminal announced a hold up and Narine handed over a quantity of jewellery.

But the man opened fire on Narine and Narad.

Narine was shot in the head and upper body, and died at the scene.

Narad was shot in the chest and abdomen.

Narad was taken to the San Fernando General Hospital and warded.

Insp Nanan and officers of the Princes Town CID and Southern Division Task Force responded, as well as WPC Valdez and officers of Homicide Region III.

The killing took the murder toll to 110 according to an Express tally.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-27 10:26:00 

Murder accused teen captured after 3 years on the run

A TEENAGE murder-accused who escaped custody in 2016 appeared before the court charged with possession of a gun and seven rounds of ammunition.

David Smith, 18, of Old Train Line, St Margaret’s who was held on Thursday by St Margaret’s officers, also faced outstanding warrants including for larceny.

Smith appeared before San Fernando magistrate Alicia Chankar charged by constable Nagessar that last Thursday he had a pistol, seven rounds of 9mm ammunition and 19 grammes of marijuana while at Old Train Line, St Margaret’s, Claxton Bay.

There was also before the court a warrant for Smith’s arrest after he allegedly escaped from lawful custody on June 15 2016 while at the Boys Industrial School in Diego Martin. That charge was laid by Sgt Parasram.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-27 10:29:23 

Man who acted as robbery lookout jailed

A man who act­ed as a look­out as his ac­com­plice beat a woman and her son and stole the boy’s phone has been jailed for 38 months.

Alvin Thomas ap­peared in the Siparia Mag­is­trates’ Court where he plead­ed guilty to as­sault­ing Di­ane Sir­jus­ingh with in­tent to rob and rob­bing and beat­ing her 14-year-old son. Thomas is re­lat­ed to the vic­tims.

When con­front­ed by the po­lice with video footage from the in­ci­dent, Thomas re­port­ed­ly said, “Yeah, that’s me.”

The in­ci­dent took place on March 18 at Del­hi Road, Fyz­abad. Pros­e­cu­tor Sgt Starr Ja­cob said around 10 am the moth­er and son were walk­ing along the road when they were ap­proached by Thomas and an­oth­er man.

Thomas’s ac­com­plice an­nounced a hold-up and be­gan pulling the woman’s hand­bag. The woman was beat­en re­peat­ed­ly beat­en on her head and shoul­der when she re­fused to let go of her bag. The boy was al­so hit on the head and up­per body when he tried to help his moth­er. Fear­ing for their lives, the boy then hand­ed over his $2,800 cell­phone to the man. The men then ran off.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-27 10:31:06 

How James became a jewel thief, and died for it

The struggle to make ends meet is a harsh reality for many.

Some turn to the “rewarding” world of crime and giving it up is not a walk in the park.

Curtis James, the man who was killed in an alleged shoot-out with police in Couva on Ash Wednesday was one who failed in trying to turn his life around.


He was unable to make the transition from wanted criminal when he was on the police radar for his thieving ways, to an upstanding citizen trying to earn an honest dollar.

James was known in his community of Borde Narve Village in Princes Town as a menace, accused of crimes like petty theft and home invasions.

But when he moved to Railway Road in Couva things slowly began changing.

James met mother-of-six, Ayanna Andrews, a woman almost twice his age.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-27 10:32:27 

Teen mom charged with gun hidden next to baby in crib

A teenage mother and her companion who appeared before the Siparia court after a gun was allegedly found next to a baby in a crib have been denied bail.

Kalissa Guevarro,18, and her common law husband Teon Thomas, 20, both faced Siparia magistrate Margaret Alert jointly charged with possession of a gun and one round of ammunition. The items were allegedly found at a house at Penal on Saturday.

Guevarro faced six other charges from an alleged robbery of a taxi driver on March 3.

Allegations of robbery with aggravation, possession of firearm and ammunition, possession of these items to endanger life and shooting with intent were read to her. Charges were laid by constable Ravi Ramdath of the Penal Criminal Investigations Department.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-27 10:35:26 

Update

3 cops in custody for rape of 16-year-old mom

TWO police officers wanted in connection with the alleged sexual assault of a 16-year-old girl at a lime at a police inspector’s house, have surrendered to police.

The officers – a constable, aged 40, and an acting corporal, aged 41 – turned themselves in at the Sangre Grande police station over the weekend.

Last week, the police inspector at whose house the lime was held, was arrested in connection with the alleged sexual assault.

The offences were allegedly committed on March 15.

It alleged that at the lime, the teenager stole the inspector’s firearm and ammunition, gold chain and wallet.

The 55-year-old police inspector, who is on pre-retirement leave, reported that at around 10.30 p.m. he took his police-issued Sig Sauer pistol, 14 rounds of ammunition and his wallet and went into his bedroom.

He reported that he placed the items under his pillow.

He awoke less than an hour later, he said, and the items were missing.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-27 10:39:03 

Time to get serious about the murders

THE EDITOR: Murders are out of control in this country, and getting worse every day. People are saying that all over the world there is crime and that we are only “bringing down” the country. That may be true but it’s no excuse for our high out-of-control crime rate.

TT has about 1.4 million people, about the same as Long Island in New York City, and for the year so far there have been more than 170 murders here. There are many countries with populations four times the size of TT and they do not have the number of murders we have in this little country.

The city of London in England, for instance, with a population of 8.788 million, has only had 46 murders this year – and they are concerned and upset because it could surpass New York, which has 50 murders so far.

This little two-by-four country there have been more that 170 murders and people continue to talk nonsense.

The truth needs to be told. The reality is terrible and shameful. It shows that the authorities do not have a grip on the crime situation.

They are powerless and weak. There is no plan for combatting the murders. All the billions of dollars spent over the years have not had positive results.

Look at Singapore with a population of 5.7 million. In 2017 its murder rate was about 16 and there have been no murders so far this year. Its said that the crime rate in Singapore is so low that shops do not even have to lock their door. Of course they have tens of thousand of cameras all over the city so it would be foolish for someone to commit a crime.

China has a surveillance network of over 170 million CCTV cameras.

The authorities there were able to catch a wanted man in a crowd of 60,000 people. Why can’t we do that here? Put cameras all over the country.

Forget the highway to Manzanilla. Money is being spent in the wrong places.

No government has ever had one solution for the crime problem. Talk and more talk and nothing behind it. The criminals know there are no consequences when they commit a crime.

Do you know that we are No 13 in the world among countries with the highest murder rates? What a shame. It’s time the authorities come up with positive crime-fighting solutions because nothing they try is working. The criminals are wining all the time.

The Government has to get rid of the rotten apples in the system. Time to take crime fighting to another level. It starts by improving the relevant technology. Too much time has been wasted. Let’s get serious about reducing the murders and crime generally and send a strong message to the criminals.

MODICIA MARTIN via e-mail

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sgtdjones 2019-03-27 16:06:36 

Kill for kill in Carapo

In a case of kill for kill, a man found shot dead in his house in Carapo on Tuesday night, was murdered as an act of retribution for the killing of a villager the night before, police believe.

Dead is Allister Campbell, 42, of Unity Lane, Carapo, Arima.

He was found shot to death inside his home around 9:10am by a relative who went to check on him.

It is suspected his killing was ordered from behind prison walls.

It is believed connected to the stabbing death of Arnold Joseph on Monday night.

At around 11 p.m. on Monday, police responded to a murder at Pinewood Drive, Carapo.



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sgtdjones 2019-03-27 16:12:17 

Siparia man thrown in well dies

ROMEO Mitchell, the man who was kidnapped, beaten and thrown down a 16 foot deep well, has died.

He died shortly after 9 pm last night at the San Fernando General Hospital. His death came one day after his neighbour, Mukey Pierre, appeared before a Siparia magistrate, charged with kidnapping and kidnapping with intent to kill.

Magistrate Margaret Alert had denied bail to the accused labourer who she sent to the St Ann’s Psychiatric Hospital for an evaluation.
Those charges alleged that between March 17 and 18, Pierre unlawfully carried away Mitchell from Victor Street, Syne Village in Penal. It is also alleged Pierre kidnapped Mitchell with intent to murder him at Mora Dam Road in Siparia.

Today, police said the charges would be amended for Pierre to be charged with murder.
Pierre is to reappear in court on April 8.

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sgtdjones 2019-03-27 16:19:56 

Another woman gunned down in East Trinidad

Po­lice are cur­rent­ly in­ves­ti­gat­ing the mur­der of a woman in Tu­na­puna late on Tues­day night.

The woman was iden­ti­fied as Caris­sa Pierre, 22, of 5 Lovell Trace, Tu­na­puna.

Ac­cord­ing to po­lice re­ports, at about 9.15 pm res­i­dents heard a vol­ley of shots in the com­mu­ni­ty. When they checked out­side, Pierre was found dead on the road­way. She ap­peared to have been shot about six times in the head.

Pierre was the third woman killed in the past four days.

On Sat­ur­day, Rachel Mo­hammed, 30, and her fe­male friend were shot at by a gun­man as they stood near Mo­hammed’s Dook­iesingh Street, St Au­gus­tine home around 11.20 pm. Mo­hammed sub­se­quent­ly died at hos­pi­tal.

Hours be­fore that, Ne­tanya Mo­ham­dal­ly, 17, was found dead in a ravine at Ex­change Lots, Cou­va, by a farmer. Both her hands and feet were tied to­geth­er with rope and her head was al­so bashed in. An au­top­sy re­vealed the Ch­agua­nas res­i­dent died of chop wounds to the neck.

Pierre’s killing pushed the mur­der toll for the year to 114.


85 days in 2019.............114 murders


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BeatDball 2019-03-27 17:08:19 

In reply to sgtdjones What have I been preaching for donkey years? Eh? Eh? Socishitist have no clue on law enforcement. No facting clue. Physical security matters! It matters! Without it, we in the region will keep galloping our arses off to majority white countries. Anyway, let me go off on a tangent - which is the safest country in Africa & how come? Hint: third smallest in Africa & its population is 2x the windies region! Btw, lil chookoochoo Togo, has more than the windies' population. The Gambia, the smallest, has a population a likkle less than Yard!

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-27 17:24:32 

In reply to BeatDball

Dem doh listen

Citizens feel safe behind bars as criminals roam free.

T&T citizens are immune to such crime and murders.

redface

bravos gonna come by an say I counted wrong, yet I get such
from a reliable source and newspapers.

 
BeatDball 2019-03-27 17:31:18 

In reply to sgtdjones Boi, that man is blinded by love of Tea-&-Tea! I know of a lot of 3knees in NYC, who are Treeknees to the bone! They just love them two small islands.

razz

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-27 19:53:26 

In reply to BeatDball

I am a Trini to the Bone also, spend about
5 months in Moruga.

But I must show the deterioration of these two islands,
lead by clueless UWI leaders.

When a Government cannot provide a safe habitat for its citizens, and now they are comfy living behind steel bars and barb wire, it is a failed state.

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-27 19:56:33 

Murdered teen told teacher, ‘Don’t forget me, Sir’

A TEACHER at St Jude’s Home for Girls in Port of Spain, Kevin Peters, gave a moving speech about his former student Netanya Mohambally, 17, when he spoke at her funeral yesterday.
“Mr Peters, don’t forget me, Sir,” were the last words he heard from Mohambally, whom he described as dedicated and committed.

Peters last saw her the day before her 17th birthday, two weeks ago.
“One must be 17 to apply for a nursing licence, and she came with her mother to remind the school’s secretary to register her name so that she can start her course in nursing in September.”

The last word of this once successful student echoed in Peters' ears when news broke that she had been murdered. Peters cried and had to be consoled by fellow teachers from St Jude's.

The funeral took place at Guide's Funeral Home Main Road, Couva. Among those present were other teachers, counsellors, students and friends from St Jude's.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-28 00:24:58 

3rd woman killed in 4 days


The murder toll climbed to 116 yesterday with three more killings.

The latest victims are 22-year-old Carissa Pierre, 42-year-old Allister Campbell and a third person who was stabbed to death in Diego Martin but remained unidentified up to last night.

Pierre was shot dead near her home in Tunapuna on Tuesday night, while Campbell’s bullet riddled body was found in the living room of his Carapo home yesterday morning.

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sgtdjones 2019-03-28 11:36:24 

Sheron Sukhdeo murders: Special Task Force to find killers

A special investigations unit has been assigned to find who killed Sheron Sukhdeo and his friends and relatives.

The special team consists of detectives of the Homicide Division and other agencies assigned to investigate only these killings.

March 26 marked one year since multi-millionaire car and real estate dealer Sukhdeo was gunned down near his wife’s relatives’ home in Charlieville.

On what would have been his 34th birthday on February 3, his widowed wife, Rachael Sukhdeo, and their two children cut a cake and sang happy birthday to Sukdeo at their mansion at Orchard Gardens, Chaguanas.

Sheron Sukhdeo was murdered. Two weeks later, his brother in law brother, Phillip Bassant was gunned down at the very corner.Sheron Sukhdeo’s neighbour, Joshua Plaza, 21, was killed on April 22. The multi-millionaire’s employee Erwin Beckles was shot dead on May 14.

The barbed wire, secured to lengths of steel, surrounds the perimeter and stands more than 20 feet tall at the property at the corner of Xavier and Tenth Streets.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-28 13:36:04 

Man stabbed to death at supermarket

A 32-year-old Caroni man was stabbed to death last night after an argument.

Police said Keybon Andrews was at Naipaul's Xtra Food Supermarket, Chaguanas, when he and another man got into an argument.

The man took out a knife and stabbed Andrews several times before running away.
Onlookers took Andrews to the Chaguanas Health Facility where he died.

This story will be updated as more information becomes available.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-28 18:32:52 

Two men knifed to death in Diego Martin, Chaguanas

There was a confrontation between the two The man pulled a knife and stabbed Andrews about the body.

Andrews was taken to the Chaguanas District Hospital where he died.

The other incident took place about four hours before in Diego Martin.

The alleged killer called the police on himself.

At about 3p.m. Anthony Franklyn nicknamed “Gaza”, was with a 31-year-old male relative at a home along Allick Terrace, off Bagatelle Road, when the two got into a confrontation.


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These killings pushed the murder toll to 118 for the year.

The comparative toll was 133.

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-29 11:12:28 

Cops kill two in Freeport shootout

TWO MEN were fatally shot by police in Freeport on Friday.

The men are yet to be identified.

Police said that around 4 a.m. two constables of the Freeport station were on patrol along Fireburn Road where the spotted a parked vehicle.

As officers approached the vehicle, the occupants opened fire, police said.

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sgtdjones 2019-03-29 11:14:37 

Women spared, as 'Mighty Man' robbed and killed


Gunmen dressed in camouflage clothing shot and killed a man in Moruga on Thursday.

Valentine Andrews, 48, also known as “Mighty Man” was gunned down at his home at St Andrews Trace, La Lune.

Andrews was accosted his killers around 9 p.m.

He was liming in front of his home with two women when the killers took him inside the house and shot him in the head
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Narper 2019-03-29 15:18:57 

In reply to sgtdjones

Sarge..GaryG needs help

Time for a state of Emergency..again

Allow the police to regroup and plan

The only reason PNM won't declare a state of Emergency is because they condemned Kamla for declaring one.

Drastic time require drastic measures

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-29 16:25:19 

Five UWI students robbed outside campus

Five students of the University of the West Indies were robbed this morning by three armed men.

At about 12.05a.m. the victims were walking west along Watts street, St Augustine in the vicinity of the campus, when a white Nissan X-trail registration number unknown, drove pass them in the opposite direction.

The vehicle then came to a stop, and three men exited.

The men, who were said to of dark complexion, approached the five friends and announced a hold up.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-29 16:30:15 

In reply to Narper

Narps

Gary is being set up by the PNM, election around the corner. Watch Growley say we got the best one from the UNC, the former minister of Security and he couldn't solve the crimes and murders.

Why vote UNC? Vote PNM.

No stats on how many get shot and survive?

Last year to March 31st, ...133 murders

This year March 29.....121 murders.


Notice bravos missing?
Watch we doing great 12 less. It will be only 300 for the year. His usual BS.

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-29 16:37:52 

7 Hrs Ago

Man, 20, murdered in D’Abadie

Police are investigating the death of a 20-year-old man who was found dead in D'Abadie last night.

North Division police found Mikel Joel Jones dead at the corner of Garden Boulevard and La Resource Road after getting a report at about 9.30.He was lying on his back, wearing a white T-shirt and blue three-quarter jeans.

The body was taken to the Forensic Science Centre in St James. Police have no motive for his murder.


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WI_cricfan 2019-03-29 16:55:05 

Now these are the ones who died, but what about the ones who were shot at but survived?

 
BeatDball 2019-03-29 18:21:47 

They should call in a US consultant...a 'right' leaning one at that. But & unfortunately, knowing a bit of the English Speaking Caribbean psyche, it will not happen! We have a 'know it all disposition'...anyway, do you know that Rwanda has retained a Singaporean (indo type), advising in the business sphere! Just saying...
cool

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-29 19:16:14 

In reply to WI_cricfan

Now these are the ones who died, but what about the ones who were shot at but survived?



Ask bravos, he has those stats?

 
JahJah 2019-03-29 19:28:24 

In reply to BeatDball

I said it! DJT said it! Socishitists havent a clue on law enforcement. I will not cease in being redundant. Who's vexed, be!


They should call in a US consultant...a 'right' leaning one at that.


Dem must do like Chicago PD and murder citizens then try to cover it up. Nuh true. DJT and you right wing nuts love dem tings.

Not sure what they need a US consultant for when their policing is one of the worst in the developed world. rolleyes

 
Dan_De_Lyan 2019-03-29 21:33:38 

In reply to JahJah Smallette

murder citizens then try to cover it up


or beat up youself and try covering it up

 
Narper 2019-03-30 10:39:05 

In reply to sgtdjones

Why the PNM Colm IMbert giving Commissioner GaryG a hard time?

Griffith told the committee, “What I am trying to get now is $47 million to pay off bills that the TTPS owes debtors, approved in fiscal 2017-18 to pay off bills from December 2017-December 2018. I have not even started getting funds for 2018-2019.”


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But then Moonilal asked if Imbert was aware that "at this time the TTPS cannot pay TSTT bills, cannot pay landlords where police stations are located and some of the project money has also gone for recurrent expenditure and some of the projects that are critically needed at this time can be impaired."

Imbert replied: "No, Madam Speaker. That has all the hallmarks of fake news."


more here

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-30 12:03:31 

In reply to Narper

Narps

Gary is being set up by the PNM, election around the corner. Watch Growley say we got the best one from the UNC, the former minister of Security and he couldn't solve the crimes and murders.

Why vote UNC? Vote PNM.


Its all politics, so we stay in power.Who cares how many die?

When a government fails to provide a safe environment for
it citizens, its a failure.

 
sgtdjones 2019-03-30 12:06:18 

At just 12, Netanya reported she was raped

AT 17, Netanya Mohamdally was killed, but her childhood wassnatched years ago when she was a victim of rape.

At age 12, netanya and a female relative reported to police that Netanya had been raped by a 24-year-old man.

The man, a businessman who worked in the vendors’ mall in the Chaguanas market, was arrested in January 2015 – one month after the report was made.

The case came up for hearing in the ChaguanasMagistrates’ court over a dozen times before it ended prematurely on May 19, 2017, when Netanya and the relative decided she no longer wished to testify.

The matter was dismissed and the man was freed.



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sgtdjones 2019-03-30 12:10:28 

Update..........

Goat rustlers gunned down

Two unidentified men who were shot dead in Freeport early friday morning were killed while attempting to steal nine goats.

Police sources confirmed that the two men had stolen the goats and a 55” screen TV from a home in Uquire Road, Freeport.

Police who were on patrol early yesterday morning came upon the men while they were about to get away with their loot in an old-model Nissan Elantra car. Police said the men were trying to stuff all nine goats – six adults and three kids – in the car along with the TV. When the police approached, the men shot at them.

Police returned fire and shot the two men several times.

The men were taken to the Chaguanas Health Facility but were pronounced dead on arrival.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-31 18:29:55 

Chinese national carrying $100,000 shot in head

A CHINESE national is clinging to life after being shot and robbed of $100,000 on Sunday.

Jinyuan Ye, 24, was shot twice in the head by a thief who grabbed a bag containing the cash.

The attack happened at around 10.30 a.m. at the Club 2000 bar at Duncan Village.

Ye was taken to the San Fernando General Hospital where he underwent emergency surgery.

Police said that Ye was followed by the suspect when he went to collect the cash from the previous night’s earnings from the roulette machines.

An employee of the bar told police that he had just handed Ye the bag when a man approached Ye and fired two shot at him at close range.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-31 18:32:05 

Men and woman rob Penal guest house

POLICE are searching for two men and a woman who robbed a guest house in Penal on Friday night.

A police report said a men and the woman arrived at the guest house, pretending to be customers, and requested a room.

They paid the receptionist $150 and were given keys to a room. Minutes later the man left the room and asked the receptionist for two towels. While there, he was joined by another man wearing a hoodie.

The two men announced a hold-up and demanded that the receptionist hand over all the money in the cash register. They were then joined by the woman.

They left with $21,000 and a digital video recorder.


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sgtdjones 2019-03-31 21:15:30 

26 min ago

Murder in La Horquetta

The bullet-riddled body of a 19-year-old man was found in La Horquetta on Saturday night, According to police reports, at about 7.30 p.m. officers of the La Horquetta Police Station received information of a shooting along Krishna Persad Street in Phase Five, La Horquetta.

When the officers arrived, they found the body of a man lying face-down in a dirt track off the roadway. The man had been shot multiple times and was unresponsive. The police notified their seniors and a team of officers from the Homicide Bureau and the Northern Division, led by Senior Supt Brandon John, visited the scene.


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JahJah 2019-03-31 21:40:24 

In reply to Dan_De_Battyman

Well, that would be better than killing yourself and trying to cover it up.

Hopefully Billy Bob and Wilbur can deal with you if you live in one of them red states.

 
Dan_De_Lyan 2019-03-31 21:46:07 

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