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T&T Crime and Murders June 2019......count 49

sgtdjones 2019-06-03 14:44:22 

T&T Crime and Murders June 2019

Murders to date 211.

The homicide toll stood at 238 up to last night 6/14/19

sgtdjones 2019-06-03 14:45:22 

Deejay chopped, beaten - Cop, soldier arrested

A deejay was chopped in the head at a bar in Ste Madeleine on Saturday night.

The suspects, an off-duty police officer and soldier, were detained by police.

Police said the incident occurred at Corinth Settlement, at around 9.15pm.

The victim, 39-year-old Kevin Nedd, was performing at the bar.

Police said Nedd was seen talking to the two men when they began slapping and beating him.

The 26-year-old police officer, who is on injury leave, began chopping the deejay.

The soldier also beat Nedd severely about the body.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-03 14:47:06 

Missing man found murdered in Carlsen Field

A man missing since last Friday has been found dead.

The body of Mahareshi Ru Seecharan, of Calcutta Road #1, Mc Bean, was found submerged in a drain in a farmland area in Carlsen Field on Sunday evening.

His car was found by police on Sunday night crashed along near south bound lane of the Solomon Hochoy Highway near Freeport.

Seecharan, 42, was last seen by his sister on Friday around 5 p.m. driving along Main Road, Chaguanas.

Seecharan lived with his 85 year old mother Chandardaye Seecharan and another sibling, and sold haberdashery and hired taxi jobs.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-03 14:48:35 


Mother, son to face court today for murder

A mother and her son are expected to appear before a Scarborough magistrate today, charged with the 2018 murder of Angkell Thomas.

The charges were laid on Saturday, after investigators consulted with the Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions Joan Honore-Paul.

Police received instructions to charge Shelly Ann Douglas, 46, and her son Rodelle Douglas, 20, with Thomas’ murder.

Both mother and son are unemployed and reside at Signal Hill, Tobago.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-03 14:49:47 

Guards shot after turning away party goers

After being refused entry to a private party at the River Ranch Resort in Arima on Sunday morning, two men returned and shot the security guards who turned them away.

At round 3a.m. six men and two women turned up at the entrance to the resort at Bye Pass Road.

They asked to enter. They were told the party was private.

Twenty minutes later, the two security officers who turned away the group, were shot by two men who returned with a handgun and rifle.

The suspects had pulled u[p in a car.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-03 14:51:02 

Woman charged with allowing child to have sex in bed with man

A WOMAN who allegedly facilitated a sexual act between a 13-year-old girl and a 27-year-old man was ordered to stay away from the alleged victim as she faced the court on Friday.

Cashier Sharline Samaroo, 25 of Barrackpore, appeared before Rio Claro senior magistrate Rae Roopchand charged with causing a child to engage in an activity which is sexual under the Children’s Act, on a date unknown in February 2019.

It alleged occurred in a bedroom at her house after the child was taken there earlier this year.

The indictable charge, under the Children’s Act, was laid by constable Rajkumar of the Child Protection Unit. Samaroo was not called upon to enter a plea.

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bravos 2019-06-03 15:01:44 

0 too little to put for June so far...So is all crimes now?? desperate..wishing those two guards were shot in their upper bodies instead of legs huh..

Last year around this time was close to 240..great progress...close to 30 less in 5 months..I wonder how much less it's gonna be after 12.. cool

sgtdjones 2019-06-03 15:14:16 

In reply to bravos

Still waiting for 29% reduction that commish told you about .

BeatDball 2019-06-03 22:52:35 

Ok, Sarge...I now (lie) get it! U trying to shame/do psychological warfare on the PNM as being inept when it comes to law enforcement. It's true & we know it's same story with the PNC & PNP! However, a few days ago detectives/constables of the GPS kicked arse.
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sgtdjones 2019-06-03 22:54:24 

Sangre Grande shooting victim dies a month later

Almost a month after being shot multiple times outside his home in Sangre Grande, a 46-year-old man has died at hospital.

Jamieson Williams had been shot in the face, abdomen, and hands as he reversed out of his driveway at Quash Trace Extension, on May 7.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-03 23:00:56 

In reply to BeatDball

Growley said he had the answers in his pre election ramble.

Last year around this time was around 240..great progress

bravos say 29% reduction in Murders . Notice he has no idea but yaps.

The Police are concerned about the rate of murders.


BeatDball 2019-06-03 23:07:52 

In reply to sgtdjones It's simple...JUST MAKE WI CAPITAL CITIES, PRISTINE & SANITARY! It will then trickle down to the rest of the country. Look at Kigali, Rwanda! Fact, man.


sgtdjones 2019-06-05 13:26:43 

DJ Kiddo killed in Oropune.

Teenager, Kadeem Young, aka "Smeagol" was tonight shot dead outside Building 4A, Oropune Gardens, Piarco.

According to reports, the 19-year-old, who goes by the professional name "DJ Kiddo", was shot at around 9:15 pm and died shortly after.

Young lived at 7th Avenue.

Condolences kept pouring in on social media, as many lamented his killing. Young was dubbed a rising star on 94.1 FM.

Photos of him at the radio station circulated on Instagram soon after the news broke of his murder.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-05 13:29:31 


Mom of Smith Hill shooting victim to gunmen ‘Come to me and say sorry’

The mother of Jude Joseph, the 12-year-old boy who was shot by gunmen last Wednesday in Smith Hill, Carenage, is calling on the men who shot her son to come forward and apologise, and even assist her in taking care of the child who is still in critical condition.

Joseph’s mother, Camille, told Newsday the boy, while still critical, is responding more than before and is slowly showing signs of recovering. But she said even if he recovers from the shooting, he may suffer permanent damage.

“A lot of vital organs were damaged,” Camille said. “His urinal tract and his pancreas were seriously damaged. That gunman has to come to me and apologise to me and do something for my son. Even if he gets arrested that won’t do anything for my son. He is lying in a hospital bed fighting for his life now, and if he survives, his life would never be the same.”

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sgtdjones 2019-06-05 13:35:25 

Cops need help finding these three missing people

Po­lice are seek­ing the pub­lic's as­sis­tance in find­ing three peo­ple who have been re­port­ed miss­ing.

They in­clude two adults and a 15-year-old girl.

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BeatDball 2019-06-05 14:54:36 

Oh mudda count, sarge! Can TT show the world that you guys can go a month without any homicide? Fact, man.
cry evil

sgtdjones 2019-06-05 21:40:39 

Bandit masks found in mosque raid: 8 arrested

Police officers searched several mosques in the Cocorite district on Tuesday, a day before Eid observances.

The searches were carried out based on intelligence over the past few weeks two rival gangs in the Cocorite district were taking gunshots at one another.

The gangs, both said to be factions from the Muslim Gang, operate in Powder Magazine Phase 1, and Waterhole.

Over the past two weeks, there had been reports of shootings..

Once such incident took place on Tuesday morning, when members of both gangs opened fire on one another at 7a.m.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-05 21:42:15 

Drive-thru bandits order burger, escape with $$$

A drive-through robbery was carried out at a Burger King outlet located at the Gulf City Mall, La Romaine, on Monday night.

Police said the men placed an order and was asked to drive to the window at around 10.45pm.

But as the cashier opened the window and asked for the payment, the rear seat passenger exited to vehicle and grabbed her right hand.

The 18-year-old woman was forced to hand over $7,611.

The rear seat passenger then returned to the vehicle and the driver sped off.

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Narper 2019-06-08 15:19:39 

Kidnap escapee found shot dead, down Maracas Bay precipice

He was among three people found murdered in North Trinidad yesterday.

The homicide toll stood at 221 up to last night while the toll last year at this time stood at 240.


sgtdjones 2019-06-08 18:22:33 

Second Venezuelan woman murdered

A Venezuelan woman was shot and killed early Saturday.

Two men were involved in the killing.

Evelyn Mata Rojas, 29, was shot dead in Waterloo.

She was found bleeding from a gunshot wound at an apartment complex at Ojar Maharaj Extension, Waterloo Rd Carapichaima.

At around 3.10a.m a resident was preparing to go to work when he observed Rojas outside the building clad in a pink floral top and white short pants.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-08 18:24:12 

Cop charged with robbing patron at bar

A Special Reserve police officer appeared before the Rio Claro court on Friday charged with robbing a man of $1,600 while in a washroom at a bar.

Kevin Figaro, 46, a police officer for the past ten years and last attached to the Princes Town police station, was charged with misbehaviour in public office.

He faced the Rio Claro court where the allegation that on November 18 2017, at Troy City Restaurant and Lounge, Princes Town, being a public officer and performing duties of a special reserve police officer, he misbehaved by robbing Kendell Primus of $1,600 was read to him. The charge was laid by constable Mitchell.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-08 18:25:20 

Cops rescue 4, arrest 2 in Debe robbery

FOUR hostages were rescued and two bandits held after police stormed a Chinese restaurant that was being robbed earlier today.

Newsday spoke with Snr Supt Zamsheed Mohammed, head of the Southern Division, who said he coordinated the rescue which went off without incident. Mohammed said as a result of the well-coordinated effort, the hostages were rescued and two suspects were held without an officer having to use his weapon.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-08 18:31:19 

Woodland man reported missing

Po­lice are seek­ing the as­sis­tance of the pub­lic in lo­cat­ing 51-year-old Ricky Je­bodh.

Je­bodh, of Main Road, Wood­land, was last seen in the dis­trict around 11 am, on Sun­day 12th May 2019.

He was re­port­ed miss­ing to the San Fer­nan­do Po­lice Sta­tion, on that same date, by his broth­er.

Je­bodh is of East In­di­an de­scent, 5 feet 8 inch­es tall and slim built with a brown com­plex­ion, short grey hair and a full grey­ing beard.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-08 18:36:08 

Man shot dead in Carenage

Mur­der num­ber 223 was record­ed on Fri­day morn­ing in Care­nage.

The de­ceased has been iden­ti­fied as David "Man­go" Roberts, 27.

Ac­cord­ing to a po­lice re­port, short­ly af­ter 5 am Roberts was stand­ing along Haig Street when he was shot sev­er­al times by gun­men who re­port­ed­ly opened fire on him from a dis­tance.

Roberts, who lived at Jones Street, died at the scene.

Con­cerned res­i­dents told Guardian Me­dia there is an on­go­ing gang war in the area and they want more po­lice pa­trols.

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bravos 2019-06-08 19:14:17 

It's 8 for the month with the Vene lady killed by her was 215 at the end of May into June..

What's the extra 4 for?

Bad figures for and against your cause confusing you? You can't use all...

sgtdjones 2019-06-08 19:17:29 

In reply to bravos


Murders at the beginning of June ....211

Mur­der num­ber 223 was record­ed on Fri­day morn­ing in Care­nage.

Equals ....12

Did the commish give you those numbers?

bravos 2019-06-08 19:40:55 

In reply to sgtdjones

your figures are wrong,each paper has a different figure idiot and it was 212 at the end of May officially,you just trying to incorporate the wrong figure in that article Narper posted with your end of May wrong figureso add the difference to June ent..and this time last year it was 248 and the end of June could be better but as it is please keep documenting the progress thanks..

Why don't you add every murder for June to your last end of month figure and see what you get,it would even be less! That's what you get for being so depraved hoping for the worst..

Murders to date 211.

Plus ?

They very easy to find.

I dare you to list the murders for June and not including the body found after they killed the man last week..

I dare you to list all June murders and add it to your end of May I said you just trying to use favorable bad figures for your agenda,no care for May again so lets's f@ck up June sir we're no more than a murder a day for June after yesterday and this morning..

List June murders and add them to 211 I am waiting..

bravos 2019-06-08 20:06:17 

Need help?

bravos 2019-06-08 20:09:48 


215: Marcus Lynch shot killed in George Street p.o.s Mon June 03

216: brandon la borde shot and killed in Tunapuna Mon June 03

218: kadeem young shot and killed in Oropune Tue June 04

219: david roberts shot and killed in Carenage June Friday 07

220 identified as Stephen Martin Killed in Eldorado Friday June 07

221: Nicolas Juman confirmed shot and killed Friday June 07

222 Kriston Johnson shot and killed in Haig street Carenage Saturday 08

223: Evelyn Rojas shot and killed in Waterloo by relative Saturday 08

Remember those days Wed and Thurs when your stink thread ended up on the second page? Well there was a reason for that,you were stuck for a reason,even that three was flawed because it involved acts committed last month with bodies discovered it's very easy to add the ones that happened between Friday and today and it cannot be 12..

Now add those to your 211(+1 found after) for the end of last month idiot..

212 + 8

Frothing sicko lusting for Trini blood keep unwittingly documenting the progress thanks..we certainly not reaching 500 this year..Venes or not.

bravos 2019-06-08 21:39:32 

Yuh dotish lying murder count..

Now change that 12 to 8 for June sucker..

BeatDball 2019-06-09 11:07:27 

In reply to bravos

big grin

sgtdjones 2019-06-09 13:24:24 

20 women murdered in 4 months

NATIONAL Security Minister Stuart Young has reported 20 women were murdered from January to April and five of the incidents were related to domestic violence.

He said this compared to 18 women murdered from January to April in 2018 for which ten were related to domestic violence.

He was responding to a question in the House on Friday from Naparima MP Rodney Charles on what measures were being taken to address gender-based violence given that 23 women were murdered from January to April compared to 17 for the same period last year.

Police statistics report a total of 167 murders for the period January to April.

bravos is like minister falldong Young, flawed facts.

sgtdjones 2019-06-09 13:27:09 

In reply to bravos

Now change that 12 to 8 for June sucker..

Start your own thread.

I am quoting what the newspapers said a PNM newspaper
the Guardian, owned by a Syrian conglomerate.
If I am quoting from the above how can I be accused of false stats ?

Still waiting for the 29% reduction, you posted two months ago that the commish told you about?

sgtdjones 2019-06-09 13:31:27 

Police can’t say if V’zuelan gang members in TT

NATIONAL Security Minister Stuart Young says the police are unable to ascertain how many members of the Venezuelan Evander gang, if any, are within this country’s borders.

He reported, however, that there are currently five Venezuelan males who are in police custody and are suspected of being members of gangs.Young replied ministry intelligence officials have reported that the leader of the gang was killed along with several other gang members on March 29, 2019 in El Caiman, Tucupita, Venezuela.

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The Government is clueless , dem should ask bravos he keeping stats and its better that the newspapers.

bravos 2019-06-09 19:52:27 

In reply to BeatDball

That look on yuh face when there's another murder to add but you can't because it will make your murder count look stupider with an additional murder and a smaller count..

I dare this mamma-man to change that lying 12 to 13..

De ex-con death announcement on the newspaper hours now and this dutty murder count ain't update yet?

Ask him why he prefer leave 12 than to add the new one,maybe it's because he'll be further exposed and have to make the twelve into nine,so what he'll do now is wait for it to reach 12 and then post his best '13th' murder for June,but at this rate he will have to wait till Wednesday Thursday,and then magically the thread will reappear again with 13 +..

He wishes he could report new murders whole day..he's scum..

sgtdjones 2019-06-09 20:00:53 

In reply to bravos

I update when I have the time dimwit

When I visit in La Romaine
call me then all the names you want in person.

I will be looking down on your short rass, I then shall see
how fast your skinny rass can run.

Till then open that big mouth.

cool cool cool

sgtdjones 2019-06-09 20:05:52 

Men asking for help at the door, kill owner
Susan Mohammed Jun 9, 2019 1 hr ago

KILLERS pretending to have car trouble shot and killed an ex-convict outside his house in Biche on Saturday night.

Johnathan "Black Jack" Romain, 30, was shot multiple times outside his home at Cunapo Southern Main Road.

Around 7 p.m. Romain, was at home with his wife and two children when a dark coloured vehicle with three men stopped at the gate.

The killers called at the house and when Romain came to the door they told him that they were having mechanical problems with the radiator of their car.

Romain went out to assist and one of the men opened fire on him.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-09 20:07:12 

Financial manager forced off road, robbed of $150,000

The manager of a financial company was robbed at gunpoint near a commercial bank in La Romaine on Friday evening.

Police said the 49-year-old woman exited the bank at Gulf View, carrying a knapsack at around 5.30pm. She entered her grey Honda CRV and was driving south along Sam City, near First Citizens when she observed a black Nissan Wingroad wagon speeding behind her.

Police said the wagon slammed into the woman’s van causing her to lose control of the vehicle. A man, armed with a gun, exited the wagon and walked over to the woman’s van.

The gun man smashed the passenger window, pointed the firearm at the woman, and grabbed her knapsack which was on the front passenger seat, police said.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-09 20:11:22 


Venezuelan boyfriend killed her, say cops

A VENEZUELAN mother of three was shot dead allegedly by her Venezuelan boyfriend in Carapichaima early ­yesterday.

Evelyn Mata Rojas, 29, was shot twice in the chest and died in a laundry area ­outside her rented apartment at Ojar Maharaj Extension, Waterloo Road.

Police are searching for the boyfriend who also lived in one of the apartments, as well as another man, in connection with the incident.

Rojas’ landlord, Jeffrey Dyette, who lives upstairs the apartment complex, said Rojas, her children, her boyfriend and ­other relatives moved into the apartment last month.

Dyette said Rojas had been living in Trini­dad for about three years and spoke ­English well.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-09 20:12:34 

Woman pours hot water on ex-husband's girlfriend

A Chaguanas woman on the run from police for a month after she allegedly poured hot water on her ex-husband’s girlfriend has surrendered herself to police.

The 38 year old woman walked into the Chaguanas police station with her attorney Fareed Ali and gave herself up on Thursday night.

Police have detained her for the offence of causing grievous bodily harm to the 30 year old woman, a sales representative of Green Dot T&T Limited.

The man at the centre of the love triangle is a member of the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard.

Both women live at Edinburgh 500, Chaguanas.

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bravos 2019-06-09 20:14:09 



Since your'e the only subscriber to this depraved thread, I will offer you the accurate number from time to time,just for honesty sake at least...,

Expect this thread to hit page 2

sgtdjones 2019-06-09 20:16:19 

In reply to bravos

Start your own thread.

sgtdjones 2019-06-09 20:19:39 

Murder ‘witness’ gunned down in Carenage

A 37-year-old Carenage man was murdered on Friday night in what police said was a case of silencing a witness.

Police said Clifton "Scene" Johnson of Francis Street, off Haig Street, was found dead at about 8.30 pm.

David "Mango Dude" Roberts, 27, of Jones Street, Carenage was liming at the corner of Haig and Hope streets at about 5.10 pm, Thursday, when he was shot several times by unseen gunmen. Roberts was a person of interest in the triple murder at the boardwalk in Chagauramas in 2018.

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bravos 2019-06-09 20:24:38 


219 David Roberts shot and killed in Carenage June Fri 07

222 Kriston Johnson shot and killed in Haig street Carenage Saturday 08

sgtdjones 2019-06-09 20:26:18 

this time last year it was 248 and the end of June 274.

bravos posting numbers without proof above

Mur­der num­ber 223 was record­ed on Fri­day morn­ing in Care­nage.Trinidad Guardian newspapers

The de­ceased has been iden­ti­fied as David "Man­go" Roberts, 27.

Murder number 223

T&T Crime and Murders June 2019

Murders to date 211.

211 at start of threat

Newspapers stated number 223, note link above

bravos not good at math .....subtracting tells the number to be as 12
same dude that quoted a non imaginary bridge in Mexico
and 29% reduction as the commish told him with out proof.

bravos 2019-06-09 20:30:50 

Depraved sad fuck,if the list increases as you desire it could end up being someone close,but you would love to tell that story won't you,sick f@ck.....your figures are shit, all of a sudden T&T reporting accurate ent asshole,all have different numbers but you wanna use all and then expect them to correlate and they don't that's why you fucking end up with 12 for fucking 8 after trying to use the figures in Narper's post too dunce prick,....well there's a very accurate source that specializes in murder and that's where I get my figures and facts from..and their total still less..

I will let this thread die now..

sgtdjones 2019-06-09 20:35:52 

In reply to bravos

the list increases as you desire and it may be someone close,

bravos wish above?

then I am a sick f@ck.....

Don't need to say more, he said it all with proof.

sgtdjones 2019-06-09 20:37:32 

well there's a very accurate source that specializes in murder and that's where I get my figures and facts from..and their total still less..

here the delude one goes again

failure to post sources for his imaginary facts.
why ?..they dont exist, like that bridge in Mexico.

bravos 2019-06-09 20:38:33 

Nobody ares about this thread but Bdb and me apparently,f@ck off with your lying dutty murder count now lil prick..

sgtdjones 2019-06-09 20:39:51 

In reply to bravos

Nobody ares about this thread but Bdb and me apparently,f@ck off with your lying dutty murder count now lil prick..

I see you are using your best vocabulary when caught BS.

razz razz razz razz razz

Carry on in that imaginary bubble bobolee.

sgtdjones 2019-06-10 01:48:46 

Unidentified man found dead in Woodbrook

POLICE are seeking the public’s help to identify a man who was found dead on Alberto Street, Woodbrook early Sunday.

Residents heard a commotion at about 5 am, and when they checked they found a man lying on the side of the road. He was unresponsive. The man looked as though he had been beaten.

Police and emergency services were called and the man was declared dead on the scene.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-10 01:56:24 

Cops under probe for theft of $30,000

South Bureau
3 hours ago
Sun Jun 09 2019

Three po­lice­men, in­clud­ing a Sergeant, have been de­tained by their col­leagues fol­low­ing a com­plaint by a civil­ian that they took his mon­ey.

The of­fi­cers at­tached to the Cen­tral Di­vi­sion were yes­ter­day be­ing ques­tioned by of­fi­cers of the Pro­fes­sion­al Stan­dards Bu­reau.

The man re­port­ed that the of­fi­cers searched his car and found over $30,000 which he was go­ing to use to pur­chase a car.

He al­leged that the of­fi­cers took his mon­ey. The man re­port­ed the in­ci­dent at the Pro­fes­sion­al Stan­dards Bu­reau. In­ves­ti­ga­tions are con­tin­u­ing.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-11 04:02:23 

Bra, skirt found near bones in Santa Flora

BONE believed to be that of a woman have been found near an oilfield in Santa Flora on Trinidad’s south coast.

The discovered was made on Monday morning by officers employed by the Heritage Petroleum company, formerly Petrotrin.

They were patrolling an oilfield access road in Los Bajos at around 9a.m. when they found the bones near oil pumping equipment.

Near the bones were a bra and a pleated skirt.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-11 04:03:47 

Belmont man killed walking home from work

Police are investigating the murder of a 29-year-old Belmont man who was shot and killed while walking home from work on Monday.

Police said Akido O'Garro was walking along a stairway from Belmont Valley Road to Seraneau Road at around 4.18 pm when a man sitting at the top of the stairs pulled out a gun and shot O'Garro once in the forehead before running away.

O'Garro fell down the steps and died. Residents heard the gunshot and called the police.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-11 04:05:13 

Buju’ shot dead in Diego Martin

Police are investigating the murder of a 27-year-old Diego Martin man after he was gunned down this morning.

Police said Sebastien Julien aka 'Buju' was at Unity Road, Rich Plain, at around 11.25 when he was shot several times by gunmen.

Residents heard the gunfire and on checking, saw him bleeding in a garage.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-11 04:07:01 

Young: V’zuelans not major cause of crime

NATIONAL Security Minister Stuart Young has accused the Opposition of a plot to promote xenophobia towards Venezuelan migrants.

He was responding to an urgent question in the House yesterday from Oropouche West MP Vidia Gayadeen-Gopeesingh on what measures had been implemented to address the increase in robberies involving Venezuelans.

Young replied: "There is a very disturbing occurrence from those members on the other side. There is no doubt in our minds whatsoever (that) what they are promoting is xenophobia."

He said yesterday morning in his meeting with the heads of national security he told them, "There is a specific plot by certain persons...."

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whey dat bobolee bravos....

lol lol lol

sgtdjones 2019-06-11 13:15:44 

Gunman on bike shoots, wounds 2 men
ONE of two men shot and wounded on Sunday night by a gunman riding a bicycle in Princes Town is at the San Fernando general hospital.

Police said Dion Walters has multiple gunshot wounds and up to late yesterday was in a critical condition.

According to a report, shortly before 10pm, the man on the bicycle opened fire on a group of people at Sixth Company Circular Road. Walters and another villager, Shakeil Odel, were shot and wounded. The gunman rode off. Walters and Odel were taken to the Princes Town health facility and later transferred to the hospital. Odel was discharged yesterday.

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bravos 2019-06-11 14:05:07 

The idiot agreeing with PNM minister making a foolish statement conveniently...what a whore,no dignity,no real identity,about 10 murders for the year so far involving Venes alone..what he really mean is other people doing it too,simply to justify the Govt's strategy and ward off any xenophobic ideas....Imagine if this fool had to point out Vene crime for his agenda..

And yuh dutty murder count over by 5..

sgtdjones 2019-06-11 14:12:01 

In reply to bravos

Young: V’zuelans not major cause of crime

Bobolee didn't you say the Venezuelans and Jamaicans causing the murders and Crime rate to spike.

I am gonna call you chameleon bobolee from now on,you are constantly changing.

What a duncy.

lol lol lol lol

bravos 2019-06-11 20:29:09 

Yes ass-tick..

ATTORNEY General Faris Al-Rawi says an increase in crime and murders has been reported due to this country's migration situation.

"It is a fact, having spoken with the Commissioner of Police today (Tuesday) that we have had a serious uptick in certain types of the crime as a result of immigrant issues.

The Commissioner can speak to that for himself. But suffice it to say that the numbers of murders have been noticed to have risen as a result of some our migration issues. I am not talking only about Venezuela, I am talking about other positions."

In Parliament on Monday National Security Minister Stuart Young said Venezuelan migrants were not the major source of crime and accused the Opposition of promoting xenophobia after asking questions about Venezuelans with HIV and malaria and about a reported increase in robberies involving Venezuelans.

That happens when yuh copy and paste like a silly was your opposition that made the accusations in the first place,the Minister was just doing his brand of opposing their xenophobia and mischievous agenda,clearly he didn't handle it too well and made a fool of himself and you,but you used to that I suppose.. ..

Full-circle is sooooo easy here..pity only Beatdball would see this because nobody cares about this thread.

And I repeat ass-tick your murder count is waay over...

sgtdjones 2019-06-11 21:18:59 

In reply to bravos

Full-circle is sooooo easy here..pity only Beatdball would see this because nobody cares about this thread.

Chameleon Bobolee

Yet you always bytching about something on this thread.

You are some dimwit Chameleon Bobolee

lol lol lol

bravos 2019-06-11 21:55:47 

"It is a fact, having spoken with the Commissioner of Police today (Tuesday) that we have had a serious uptick in certain types of the crime as a result of immigrant issues.

The Commissioner can speak to that for himself. But suffice it to say that the numbers of murders have been noticed to have risen as a result of some our migration issues. I am not talking only about Venezuela, I am talking about other positions."

sgtdjones 2019-06-12 13:31:54 

Three murders in seven hours

An uniden­ti­fied man was shot and killed in Red Hills D'abadie Tues­day night, the third mur­der in just un­der sev­en hours.

It fol­lowed a dou­ble mur­der in Moru­ga Tues­day af­ter­noon.

In­ves­ti­ga­tors told Guardian Me­dia they had not been able to im­me­di­ate­ly es­tab­lish any mo­tive for the killing in D'Abadie.

The shoot­ing oc­curred short­ly be­fore 10 pm.

In an un­re­lat­ed in­ci­dent po­lice al­so re­spond­ed to a shoot­ing in the Mal­oney area close to 9:45 pm af­ter res­i­dents re­port­ed hear­ing rapid gun­fire in the area.

Ear­li­er Tues­day, two men were shot dead at Ed­ward Trace in Moru­ga.

One of the men was uniden­ti­fied while the oth­er was iden­ti­fied as 48-year-old Vin­cent St Bernard.

The two men were shot around 2.45 pm.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-12 13:33:50 

In reply to bravos


You noted 29% reduction in murders, then blamed Venezuelans and Jamaicans for such.The commish told you this remember.

Are you this dense.

rolleyes rolleyes

BeatDball 2019-06-12 23:12:19 

In reply to sgtdjones He wouldnt be from Barrackpore, is he?!

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sgtdjones 2019-06-13 00:17:50 

In reply to BeatDball


Barrackpore gats intelligent people like my friend

Steve Kelvin Singh, M.D., M.Sc., F.R.C.S.C.

Also involved in the surgery was Steve Singh, MD, surgical director, Heart Transplantation and Mechanical Circulatory Support, in the Department of Cardiac Surgery. Dr. Singh previously served as surgical director of Lung and Heart-Lung Transplantation at Baylor College of Medicine and as chief resident in the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery at Stanford, where he also completed a fellowship in Mechanical Circulatory Support.

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Bobolees come from Laventille, he claims to be dougla
a mixture of two races can flood T&T with bobolees.

Oh Gord.

razz razz razz razz

sgtdjones 2019-06-13 00:20:19 


Two men went to buy a car, killed in Moruga

A taxi driver and another man who police were told went to purchase a car in Moruga were shot dead on Tuesday.

The bodies of Vincent St Bernard also known as “Waxie”, a La Romaine/San Fernando taxi driver, and another man who was not yet identified by police, were discovered around midday.

Moruga police received an anonymous call and were told that the bodies were on the roadway at Edwards Trace.

Officers of Moruga and Princes Town police stations and Homicide Region III responded.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-13 00:25:23 

8-year-old among 3 shot in front school

AN eight-year-old boy is among three people shot near a school in Belmont moments ago.

Police are at the scene while the three wounded were taken to hospital. According to sources gunshots were heard near the school, sending panicked students scampering for safety at about 3 pm.

When the smoke cleared eyewitnesses saw a white Toyota Hilux parked on the side of the road, riddled with bullets. The eight-year-old boy and two other people, all of whose names have not been released, were lying on the ground bleeding. More on this as it becomes available.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-13 00:26:36 

Alleged Muslim gangsters threaten to blow up school

POLICE had to help students and teaching staff evacuate La Horquetta South Secondary School after someone claiming to be a part of the Muslim gang called the school and threatened to blow it up unless all “rasta” students were expelled.

According to sources at the school, someone called the school around midday and told a staff member that all rastafarian students should be removed, claiming the school was in territory belonging to the Muslim gang.

Sources told Newsday the person making the threat said, “Allah is Boss,” and threatened to go to the school at 10 pm tonight and blow it up.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-13 00:27:53 

Two arrested after shootout with cops

TWO men who abandoned a car after a chase and shootout with police early today have been arrested.

Southern Division police also found a magazine and were searching for the guns used to shoot at them.

A police report said shortly after 12 am, Barrackpore police spotted a man driving a Nissan Tiida car near San Fernando. Its description matched a car used in a recent robbery in the Ste Madeleine district.

Police went after the car and signalled for the driver to stop, but he began speeding and the police chased him. The report said the two occupants of the car began firing at the police, who shot back. No one was injured.

On reaching Picton Settlement, the two occupants abandoned the car and ran off into the nearby bush.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-13 13:53:40 

Man murdered on way to first day of work

A 22-year-old Chase Vil­lage man has been found mur­dered in Carlsen Field on what was sup­posed to be his first day at work as a se­cu­ri­ty of­fi­cer.

The body of Ri­car­do Dixon of Bagna Trace, Chase Vil­lage was dis­cov­ered ly­ing face down around 6 am Thurs­day on Xeres Road, Carlsen Field.

The body bored sev­er­al gun­shot wounds and po­lice found five spent .40 cal­i­bre shells on the ground.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-13 14:04:09 

'Bean' shot dead in POS

Po­lice are in­ves­ti­gat­ing the mur­der of a man on Cock­er­ton Street in Port-of-Spain Wednes­day morn­ing.

The vic­tim has been iden­ti­fied as Shawn Ray­mond who al­so goes by the name 'Bean' of Nel­son Street.

He was shot at ap­prox­i­mate­ly 10.45 am this morn­ing.

Po­lice of­fi­cers who re­spond­ed rushed Ray­mond to the Port-of-Spain Gen­er­al Hos­pi­tal where he died.

Cock­er­ton Street is a short street that sep­a­rates George and Nel­son streets.

Po­lice were not im­me­di­ate­ly clear on the mo­tive for the killing.

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BeatDball 2019-06-13 22:00:07 

In reply to sgtdjones Shoitz! Very impressive...boi, you rub shoulders with bright bright people! Anyway, wtf about dougla peeps?! Now, I'm vexed.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-13 23:48:28 

Cop shoots himself in the foot, with sub-machine gun

A POLICE constable was shot in the left foot on Tuesday night when his firearm accidentally went off while on patrol.

The incident took place about 8.20 p.m. during a routine police patrol along Don Miguel Road, San Juan.

The Express was told that the officer, who is attached to the North Eastern Division Task Force, was in the front passenger seat of a marked police vehicle when the sling of his MP5 sub-machine gun got caught in the hand-brake lever.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-14 00:02:18 

Fish vendor fined for biting cop

For bit­ing a po­lice­man who was guard­ing him at the hos­pi­tal while he was un­der ar­rest, a fish ven­dor has to pay a $3,000 fine and $1,500 in com­pen­sa­tion.

Ken­son Noel plead­ed guilty to caus­ing gre­vi­ous bod­i­ly harm when he ap­peared in the San Fer­nan­do Mag­is­trates. Court .

He told the court that he has since changed his life and has been bap­tised.

Pros­e­cu­tor Sgt Harold Ish­mael said the in­ci­dent took place on Oc­to­ber 29, 2016 at the San Fer­nan­do Gen­er­al Hos­pi­tal.

Po­lice con­sta­ble John was guard­ing Noel at the hos­pi­tal when he re­moved Noel’s hand­cuffs on the re­quest of the at­tend­ing doc­tor.

When John at­tempt­ed to hand­cuff him again, Noel bit him on the left fore­arm.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-14 00:04:13 

Barrackpore teen girl missing

Po­lice are seek­ing the ur­gent as­sis­tance of the pub­lic in lo­cat­ing 16-year-old Sal­isha Ho­sein.

Ho­sein was last seen at her, Car­rat Hill Road, Bar­rack­pore home, around 12 noon last Fri­day.

She was re­port­ed miss­ing by her moth­er to the Bar­rack­pore Po­lice Sta­tion around 9:30 am on Mon­day.

Ho­sein is of East In­di­an de­scent, 5 feet 3 inch­es tall and slim built, with a light brown com­plex­ion.

She was last seen wear­ing a blue dress and a pair of black slip­pers.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-14 00:05:42 

San Juan teenager missing

Po­lice are seek­ing the ur­gent as­sis­tance of the pub­lic in lo­cat­ing 15-year-old Ja­mil­ia Snag­gs.

Snag­gs was last seen at her Febeau Vil­lage, San Juan home, around 3 pm on Mon­day.

She was re­port­ed miss­ing by her moth­er to the San Juan Po­lice Sta­tion around 10 am on Tues­day.

Snag­gs is of African de­scent, 5 feet tall and slim built with a light brown com­plex­ion.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-14 15:45:36 


Mother loses second son to killers

The moth­er of se­cu­ri­ty of­fi­cer Ri­car­do Dixon, 22, was on Thursday lost for words as she tried to come to terms with los­ing her sec­ond son in six years to vi­o­lence.

Dixon left home at 5.20 am to pick up his first day of du­ties at Heller Se­cu­ri­ty Ser­vices but was shot dead mo­ments lat­er.

His moth­er, Camille Taitt, 40, was in a state of shock and dis­be­lief when she saw the body of her son, ful­ly clad in his se­cu­ri­ty uni­form, ly­ing on the road­way at Xeres Road in Carlsen Field.

Dixon was shot six times but was able to tell a passer­by what hap­pened to him min­utes be­fore he suc­cumbed to his in­juries at the scene.

Po­lice found five spent .40 cal­i­bre shells on the ground near his body. Dixon was the fa­ther of a one-year-old girl.
On May 26, 2013, Dixon’s old­er broth­er, Re­nal­do, who was 14 years at the time and a Form Three pupil, was stabbed three times and his wrist slit by a 16-year-old Form Five pupil of the said school. At the time of that in­ci­dent, Re­nal­do and a school­girl were sit­ting on a bench at about 10 am when the oth­er boy at­tacked him.

Dixon’s mur­der was record­ed as the 238th for the year so far.

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BeatDball 2019-06-15 00:24:29 

To me, the JLP of Jamaica, is the only party in the Anglophone Caribbean that is getting it...litter free capital city, getting tough on vagrancy, professional law enforcement - cops & traffic agents; service oriented govt office workers - friendly with a 'can-do' attitude. That's the only way to modernity. Mih seh suh. But, of course, when the more socialist oriented party gets in power...these policies are never sustained. So, of course, the country doesnt gain grounds, but, just regresses back to bland socishitism. For there to be physical security, there has to be a holistic approach to law enforcement - enforce the laws on the books!

sgtdjones 2019-06-15 13:37:45 

Was this woman burnt to death?

A 49-year-old woman is dead following a fire in Chaguanas on Thursday night.

The victim was identified as Indira Hall of Eleanor Street, Chaguanas.

An autopsy conducted yesterday at the Forensic Science Centre in St James found that while the woman’s body had burn marks, the cause of death was as a result of smoke inhalation.

Police said at about 10 p.m. they got a call about a fire along Eleanor Street.

Upon arriving they observed appliances from the Chaguanas Fire Station battling a blaze at an apartment building.

The building had ten apartments and a store.

When the fire was contained, Hall’s body was found in a room on the southern side of her apartment. The apartment was destroyed, police said.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-15 13:39:06 

Police rescue two Chinese 'slaves'

TIP-OFF to the Counter-Trafficking Unit’s hotline led to the rescue of two Chinese nationals on Wednesday.

The victims, a 41-year-old man and his 42-year-old wife, were allegedly being forced to work at a Chaguanas factory against their will.

A statement from the T&T Police Service yesterday said the victims were brought to Trinidad by an 83-year-old businessman who told them they were to be employed as chefs at a restaurant in Centre Pointe Mall, Chaguanas.

But when they arrived, the couple’s passports were taken away and they were forced to work at a factory in Endeavour, Chaguanas.

The victims were also told that they would have to provide $30,000 for their passports to be returned to them, police said.

Police received a tip-off and an investigation was launched.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-15 13:41:31 

Police wound teen bandit in Chaguanas

A 19-year-old would-be bandit was wounded earlier today and later hospitalised.

According to police sources, at about 10 am Central Division officers on foot patrol were told an armed robbery was going on at Jel Mall, Chaguanas Main Road. They came face to face with the armed teenager, and there was a shoot-out.

The bandit was shot several times and taken to the Chaguanas District Health Facility. He was stabilised, treated and transferred to the Medical Sciences Complex in Mt Hope.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-16 03:34:43 

PCA: We got more Big Yard bullet shells

AFTER police investigators had left the crime scene of the police/criminal shoot-out at Big Yard, Carenage, investigators from the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) found more bullet casings on the scene, PCA head David West revealed at a public outreach at Exodus panyard in Tunapuna on Thursday night.

“Two days after, we found shells the police did not find. We had to call the police, ‘Come and check them.’”

He said the PCA gave those bullets to the police as part of the investigation into the incident which killed three people including Naomi Nelson, 14.

Making the disclosure, West called for the PCA to have the right to be informally present at unfolding crime scenes alongside the police.

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Police and Government ...duncies

sgtdjones 2019-06-16 21:59:18 


Robbery ruled out in Moruga double murder

POLICE have ruled out robbery as a motive in Tuesday’s double murder at Basse Terre Village, Moruga, where the victims reportedly went to meet a potential car buyer.

Police eventually found the burnt-out shells of the two cars near Moreau Road off Penal Rock Road in Moruga. The area is commonly referred to as "the teak."

Initially, it was believed that Vincent "Waxie" St Bernard, 47, and Dennison Baptiste, 34, were shot and killed for their cars.

A passerby saw the bodies of the men at about 2 pm on Tuesday off Edward Trace and contacted police.

St Bernard, a taxi-driver, worked the La Romaine/ San Fernando route and lived at Station Street in Siparia. Police said Baptiste lived at Blitz Village in Pleasantville.

A police report said the men had gone to sell a car. Baptiste took a friend's black Nissan Sunny B-13 to meet the buyer and St Bernard followed in his Nissan Almera.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-16 22:00:30 

13 arrested in Western Division

Police have arrested 13 people for drug and firearm related offences during an anti-crime exercise in the Western Division on Friday.

A statement from the police said the exercises were co-ordinated by ACPs Irwin Hackshaw and Jayson Forde as well as acting Snr Supt Nazrudeen Pragg.

The exercises also included officers of the Special Operations Response Team, Guard and Emergency Branch, Inter-Agency Task Force, Air Support Unit, Port of Spain, Western and North Eastern Division Task Forces, Highway Patrol and Special Branch.

Police said extensive searches and investigative work was carried out in the Covigne Road and Cocorite areas, and this led to the 13 arrests.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-17 01:28:51 

Three murdered in gun violence

THREE more men have fallen victim to gun violence after they were shot and killed in two separate incidents in Belmont and Tunapuna between Saturday night and yesterday morning.

Up to press time last night, one of the victims in the Tunapuna incident had only been identified as “Yankee”. The names of the other two have since been given as Ronarko Comayong, 22, and 53-year-old Edwin Joseph.

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Investigations are continuing into the three murders. The murder toll now stands at 241.

T&T Express

241 minus 211 =30

sgtdjones 2019-06-17 15:59:12 

Daughter finds pensioner’s decomposing body

Police are investigating the death of an 80-year-old man after his decomposing body was found at his Guaico, Sangre Grande home on Sunday morning.

Police said Celia King found her father, Carlton Campbell kneeling in front of his couch, with his upper body slumped over a cushion, when she went to check on him at around 9.30 am at his home.

She called the police and members of the Sangre Grande CID went to the scene along with a district medical officer who declared Campbell dead.

When they checked the body, police found what appeared to be a wound at the top of his head and a hammer nearby.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-17 16:00:37 

Man held for robbing Mayaro coconut vendors

A 20-year-old Mayaro man is in police custody after he reportedly robbed two coconut vendors on Sunday morning.

Police said the vendors, 64 and 28, went to Cedar Grove Road, Mayaro, at around 10.30 am to buy coconuts when the man stopped them and offered to sell the coconuts.

He pulled out a gun and ordered them to hand over their cash.

The vendors handed him $1,000 and a cell phone before running away.

They made a report to the Mayaro police and described the man. Based on the description, police later arrested a man near the station.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-17 16:02:26 

Skeletal remains found in Tamana forest

Po­lice are in­ves­ti­gat­ing the dis­cov­ery of hu­man skele­tal re­mains found deep in the Tamana for­est on Sun­day.

A shot­gun was al­so dis­cov­ered near the re­mains.

Po­lice were called to the area at about 3 pm where they found the de­com­posed body.

Po­lice say they sus­pect it could be the re­mains of a want­ed man in con­nec­tion with a mur­der.

How­ev­er, en­quiries are con­tin­u­ing.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-17 16:10:44 

Nerves of 'steal' - Thief shoplifts fortune in jewels

Southern Division police are searching for a man captured on surveillance camera stealing gold from a jewellery store at Gulf City Mall, La Romaine, on Saturday.

The video posted to social media showed the suspect, who was well dressed and wearing a cap, walk into Rajendra’s at around 12.55pm.

The man was carrying a black plastic bag in his hand.

The footage showed the man leaning over the glass showcase and removed a tray of gold rings and gemstones. Customers were seen walking around the store.

The man slipped the tray into the plastic bag and casually walked out of the store.

The gold is valued at $144,000.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-17 22:32:28 

10-year-old shot on Independence Square

POLICE are searching for the gunmen who shot a ten-year-old girl while she was being picked up by her uncle in east Port of Spain on Monday.

At around 4.30 pm, the girl was about to be placed into her uncle's car at the corner of Duncan Street and Independence Square, when gunmen approached them and fired several shots.

She was shot once in the back. The girl's uncle who works as a private hire taxi driver took her to the Port of Spain General Hospital where she was being treated.

Police said they believe her uncle was the intended target of the gunmen.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-17 22:33:36 

T/puna taxi driver shot while washing car

A Tunapuna taxi driver was shot and wounded while washing his car at Pasea Street, off Maingot Road, Tunapuna, on Sunday afternoon.

Police said two gunmen approached Dave Hamilton, 30, from behind and shot him several times before running away.

A passerby heard the gunshots, saw Hamilton bleeding and took him to the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, where he was treated and is warded in stable condition.

Police said they believe Hamilton may have been shot for refusing to transport two suspected criminals to carry out a robbery.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-17 22:34:30 

3 held in Mayaro with guns, ammo

Three Chaguanas residents were arrested in Mayaro on Sunday for the possession of guns and ammunition.

The trio, ages 22, 24 and 29, were travelling in a black Libero Wagon, when Mayaro police received information they had guns.

The car was stopped and police found two guns, a revolver and a Bryco pistol, wrapped in a blue t-shirt.

Police also found ammunition.

The three were arrested and taken to the Mayaro Police Station.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-18 04:35:39 

Girl, 10, shot in parked car
Gunman fires on parked car

A TEN-YEAR-OLD girl was shot while sitting in a car parked near the corner of Duncan Street and Independence Square in Port of Spain yesterday afternoon.

She is the fourth child to have been shot and injured since last week.

It is the policy of the Express not to identify children who are victims of crime.

Police said around 4 p.m. the girl was sitting in a car parked in front of two Housing Development Corporation apartment blocks when a gunman approached the vehicle from behind.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-18 19:01:43 

Woman abducted near UWI campus

St Joseph police are investigating a report that a 24-year-old woman was kidnapped on Friday afternoon.

The woman was released unharmed, but not before she was robbed of her cash and valuables.

The victim, who is from Craignish Village, Princes Town, told police that about 3.20 p.m. she entered a blue coloured motor vehicle at St John’s Road, St Augustine, in the vicinity of Sir Arthur Lewis hall of residency.

She sat in the front passenger seat of the car.

As the vehicle was heading south along the roadway, she felt a knife placed to the back of her neck.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-18 19:05:22 

Woman gunned down leaving graduation

Police are at the scene of a shooting in Santa Cruz where a woman was reportedly shot and killed as she left a graduation ceremony with her son.

Police said the woman was leaving the venue at around 4.45 pm when a white Nissan wagon pulled up alongside her and men with rifles shot her several times at the Santa Barbara Boulevard, Santa Cruz.

She died at the scene.

Police are at the scene and are investigating.

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BeatDball 2019-06-18 20:39:18 

In reply to sgtdjones Wtf? Say it aint so, sarge! Know what? I have to stay away from the BackRoom - cant take this shoite anymore.


sgtdjones 2019-06-19 16:42:56 

Bel Air restaurateur attacked robbed at gates to home

A RESTAURANT owner was beaten and robbed of a large quantity of US, Canadian and local currency, and jewelry by gun-to­ting thieves on Monday night.

The 67-year-old man was ambushed as he drove up to his gate in Bel Air, La Romaine.

The victim told police he arrived at his home around 10.45 p.m. and was driving into his yard when he was confronted by three men, all with firearms.

They beat him with the butt of the firearm on his head and grabbed $10,000 in his car which was the day’s sales.

The thieves pushed the man into his house, bound his hands with his belt and placed him in the living room under gunpoint.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-19 20:23:56 

Be vigilant: Woman followed home, beaten, robbed

A WOMAN was followed to her Ste Madeleine home by thieves who forced her at gunpoint to hand over cash and valuables yesterday.

The 54-year-old woman was attacked when she entered the driveway of her home in Retrench Village.

The victim told police that she believed that the thieves tailed her Nissan B15 from her workplace at Penal.

Around 1.50 p.m. when the victim entered her driveway two men–one carrying a firearm–confronted her.

They dealt her several blows to the head and pushed her inside her house.

They also held up her 21-year-old daughter who was in her bedroom.

They took their two cellphones, a sum of cash and the woman’s car keys

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sgtdjones 2019-06-19 20:25:57 

Venezuelan woman kidnapped and fondled

A 19-year-old Venezuelan woman was kidnapped and fondled while waiting for a taxi outside the Queen's Park Oval, St Clair, last night.

Police said the woman was standing outside the oval at around 11 pm when a black van pulled up alongside her, offering her a ride.

When she entered the van, she was blindfolded and punched several times in the face before the driver took her to a secluded area where he fondled her.

The driver then dropped her off at the Valsayn WASA post in Farm Road, St Joseph.

She made a report and members of the St Joseph CID are investigating.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-20 17:27:51 


Two teens abducted, sexually assaulted in taxis

A 19-year-old Venezuelan national was abducted and sexually assaulted around 11 p.m. on Tuesday.

The victim told police she was standing along Tragarete Road, Port of Spain, in the vicinity of the Queen’s Park Oval, when she flagged down a vehicle for transport to Diego Martin.

Upon entering the vehicle, she said she was attacked.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-20 17:29:39 

Man critical after midday shooting in Cocorite

A MAN is in critical condition after he was shot Thursday morning in Cocorite.

Police said at about 10.50 am Barry Simeon, 23 of Cocorite, was driving west along the Western Main Road and had taken the bend in the vicinity of Sea View Terrace when another vehicle rammed into him. Two gunmen opened fire and Simeon was hit multiple times. The vehicle then drove off. At noon his blue Nissan Tiida was still on the scene with multiple bullet holes in the front windscreen.

Simeon was taken to St James Medical Complex where he is warded in critical condition.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-20 17:37:09 

Pundit shot in front home critical

A Santa Flora pundit who was shot five times in front of his home is in critical condition at the San Fernando General Hospital.

Anil Jaimungal, 37, of Oil Field Road was shot to his chest, head and back.

Medical sources said Jaimungal underwent emergency surgery and is in the intensive care unit.

Police said at about 11.45am on Tuesday Jaimungal was inside his home speaking with his mother when he got a phone call.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-20 17:47:25 

Security guard shot dead at casino

A se­cu­ri­ty of­fi­cer was shot ear­ly Thurs­day morn­ing while in the carpark of a casi­no at Ari­api­ta Av­enue in Wood­brook.

He, how­ev­er, suc­cumbed to in­juries at hos­pi­tal.

Ac­cord­ing to a po­lice re­port, at about 2.15 am An­tho­ny "Ace" Hume, 26, of Par­adise Heights, Mor­vant was shot in the carpark of Roy­al Caribbean Casi­no.

He was tak­en to the Port of Spain Gen­er­al Hos­pi­tal where he died while un­der­go­ing treat­ment.

Hume is the sec­ond se­cu­ri­ty of­fi­cer to have been killed in a week.

The mur­der toll now stands at 244.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-21 13:20:58 

Carenage man threatened and pistol whipped

CARENAGE police are investigating the assault of a man in Big Yard, Carenage this morning.

Cleavon Roberts, 39, was at his home at around 10.30 am when he was confronted by two men who began threatening him. One of the men pulled out a gun and pistol whipped him on his forehead, before running away.

The man with the gun fired a shot in the air as he and the other one ran away. On hearing this, neighbours saw Roberts bleeding and thought he was shot. He was taken to the St James infirmary where he was treated and is warded.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-21 21:32:34 

Car buyer shot in the mouth by bandit 'sellers'

A man who travelled from Arouca to San Fernando to buy a car, ended up being attacked by two ‘buyers” who shot him in a botched robbery attempt on Friday morning.

It happen at Harris Promenade, San Fernando, near two schools and within sight of the police station and court buildings.

At around 10.30a.m. the victim and his brother came to the promenade. He had $27,000 in the pocket of his cargo pants.

The money was to purchase the car and the deal was to be done on the promenade near the St Joseph Convent

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sgtdjones 2019-06-21 21:33:57 

Fight over fridge leads to murder

A CARAPICHAIMA air condition technician was killed on Thursday over an argument about a refrigerator, police said.

Nicholas Murphy, aka ‘Hoggy’, 44, of Roopsingh Road, Waterloo, was stabbed multiple times in the head and neck and died at hospital.

He died while being treated.

Police were told that around 1.30pm Murphy was liming with another man at Cassava Street, Waterloo Road.

The man said that a black motor vehicle with four occupants pulled up alongside them and three of the occupants confronted Murphy about a refrigerator.

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Murder toll last year 257

Murder toll to date ....245

sgtdjones 2019-06-21 21:38:56 

Woman robbed, assaulted while with toddler

A 25-year-old Barataria woman had her cell phone stolen on Thursday afternoon while walking her toddler.

Police said the woman was walking with her three-year-old daughter along 10th Avenue Barataria at around 1.10 when a man approached her. He snatched her Samsung S9 cell phone before pushing her and her daughter to the ground.

He ran into a waiting car before driving off.

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BeatDball 2019-06-21 22:55:48 

Steups. I gwine look at my favorite African country where there is order! Clean & green streets, low crime rates, corrupt & bribery free govt ministers, etc. RWANDA! Heheheheheh. Dwl. Has a population that is 2x the English speaking Caribbean! But, Guyana is geographically, 8x it; TnT is 1/5 the size of Rwanda! Heheheheh. Dwl - again!
razz cool

sgtdjones 2019-06-22 02:39:02 

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lol lol lol

BeatDball 2019-06-23 23:49:42 

& Rwandans/Rwandese in the diaspora are galloping their arses off to get back to the Land of a thousand Hills. Go figure.

sgtdjones 2019-06-24 18:28:23 

Woman imprisoned, sexually assaulted

A 40-year-old man has been arrested for the imprisoning and sexually assaulting a 21-year-old woman at his home in Santa Cruz.

The suspect was arrested by officers of the Santa Cruz Police Station on Saturday following.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-24 18:30:39 


Cruel pranks, as family searches for Alzheimer's dad

RELATIVES of Kenrick Kenneth Titus are seeking the public’s assistance in finding the missing 73-year-old.

Titus was last seen at his Boodoosingh Trace, Rousillac home on April 21 wearing a black pants, brown shoes and a green and black stripped shirt.

Titus suffers from Alzheimer’s and relatives say he may be wandering the streets.

Son Kenton Titus said his family is holding onto hope that his father is still alive and is appealing for help.

“If anyone have any information about him and they could contact us we would really appreciate this. We just want him to come back home,” said Kenton Titus.

Titus said sine his father’s disappearance, the family has received a number of prank calls from members of the public.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-24 18:32:17 

Car theft gunplay at Gulf City Mall

CAR thieves shot at police officers pursing them near Gulf City mall on Sunday night.

One of the suspects was arrested while the other the other eluded police officers though the streets of the residential community.

The 29 year old suspect of La Romaine was expected to be interviewed in connection with other car thefts in the southern police district.

The victim - a 25 year old man – was driving a silver Toyota Axio which was loaned to him.

Around 8 p.m. he was confronted by two armed thieves at Hillipiece Road, Phillipine.

The thieves demanded the keys for the vehicle and left him at the side of the road.

The victim contacted the owner of car who initiated a system to disable the vehicle.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-24 18:33:18 

'Bumpy' gunned down in Rio Claro

A man with previous convictions for robbery and narcotics was gunned down near his home in Rio Claro on Sunday.

Robert “Bumpy” Donald was shot multiple times and died at hospital.

Around 7.45 p.m. Donald, of Pascal Trace, was liming at the side of Wilson Road, Brothers’ Road, sitting near a drain with his two cousins when a white Nissan Tiida pulled up alongside them.

The killer alighted from the car and opened fire on Donald.

Donald’s relatives took him to the Rio Claro District Health Centre where he died.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-24 18:34:41 

Arima man shot outside home

Police are investigating the murder of a 26-year-old Arima man who was gunned down outside his Pinto Road, home last night.

Police said Kerwyn Coutou was standing near his Motley Trace, home when attacked. His brother, who was inside the house, heard the gunfire and on checking saw Coutou bleeding on the ground.

Coutou's brother took him to the Arima Hospital where he was declared dead on arrival.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-24 18:35:53 

Men in hijabs rob Couva family

Police are searching for three men who robbed a Couva family at their home yesterday morning.

Police said the family were at their New Settlement, California, home at around 9.45 am when three men wearing hijabs and armed with a cutlass and a gun stormed the house and announced a robbery.

The bandits made the family lie on the floor as they robbed them of jewellry, $10,260 and two cell phones. They then got into a gold Nissan B14 which was waiting outside the house.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-24 18:38:13 

Morvant man critical after shooting

In­ves­ti­ga­tions are con­tin­u­ing in­to an at­tempt on the life of a 24-year-old man from Co­conut Dri­ve, Mor­vant, while in Mal­abar on Sun­day.

Ac­cord­ing to a po­lice re­port, at about 1 pm the man was in his black Nis­san wag­on at the cor­ner of Banyan and Ma­hogany Dri­ve when a gun­man ap­proached him and shot him in the back.

Po­lice said the man was tak­en to the Ari­ma Dis­trict Health Fa­cil­i­ty and then trans­ferred to the Er­ic Williams Med­ical Sci­ences Com­plex in Mount Hope where he, up to press time last evening, re­mains ward­ed in a crit­i­cal con­di­tion.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-25 15:19:34 

Morvant man succumbs to gunshot wounds hours after shooting

Less than 12 hours after he had been shot, Christopher Solomon succumbed to his injuries at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex.

Solomon, of Coconut Drive, Morvant, was shot at about 1 am on Sunday.

Residents of Mahogany Drive told police that they heard rapid gunfire and upon investigating, they found Solomon bleeding from gunshot injuries about his body inside of a vehicle which had come to a stop along the roadway.

The police and paramedics were notified and Solomon was rushed for medical treatment.

He succumbed to his injuries around midday on Sunday.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-25 15:20:59 

One killed, one hospitalised after Malabar shooting

One man is dead while another warded in a critical condition at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex following a shooting incident in Malabar on Monday.

The deceased has been identified as Marcus Canton while the injured party has been identified as David Waldropt.

From initial reports, the incident took place at about 6 pm along Trainline Road, Malabar.

Residents of the area heard loud explosions and upon investigating, they found two men bleeding from multiple injuries about their bodies.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-25 15:22:09 

A Tunapuna man was shot dead on Monday afternoon.

The deceased has been identified as Shervon Brown.

According to police reports, at about 4:30 pm residents of Maingot Road, Tunapuna, heard several loud explosions.

Upon checking, they found Brown’s bullet-riddled body

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sgtdjones 2019-06-25 15:25:49 

A Santa Cruz man was expected to appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate on Monday after he was held with a loaded firearm.

The suspect was held along Duke Street, Port of Spain, after a woman exited the car he was driving and began screaming that he had a loaded weapon.

Police said that around 5:30 am, officers were conducting routine patrols along Duke Street, when, in the vicinity of Charlotte Street, they observed a vehicle come to a stop.

A woman exited and begun screaming that a man had a gun, pointing towards the driver.

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Murders to date 2019 ...250

Murders for this month 250 - 211 = 39

sgtdjones 2019-06-25 19:10:15 

5 Trinis, Cuban, V’zuelan, Nigerian held with buckets of bullets

Members of the Central Division seized buckets of ammunition in Caroni yesterday morning and arrested five Trinidadians, a Venezuelan, a Cuban and a Nigerian.

Police said members of the Central Operations Unit went to a sanitation company at around 8 am and found a quantity of live ammunition along with 15 buckets containing spent shells.

Live ammunition is bullets which are yet to be used.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-25 19:11:41 

Amputee thrown out wheelchair robbed and beaten lives in fear

AN amputee who was thrown out of his wheelchair and beaten for hours with a cutlass by bandits at his Diamond Village, San Fernando home said he played dead in order to stay alive.

Kelvin John, 51, said the attack occurred in April and two months later, the police have not made any arrests, which leaves him worried that the bandits could return to finish what they started.

“They wanted me dead. I had no choice but to play dead because had I not done that, I would not be alive today and talking with you,” John said as he wiped away tears.

He said he remembers the ordeal as if it happened yesterday. "I lay on the ground, closed my eyes and did not move even as they continued beating me with the cutlass. I heard one of them say, 'he dead, leh we go fast (sic). They then ran out of the house."

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BeatDball 2019-06-25 23:00:51 

In reply to sgtdjones This is sheer facting wickedness. I'm done.

evil twisted

sgtdjones 2019-06-26 19:13:58 

The bones of my daughter?

A year ago, nursing assistant Sharday Emmanuel walked out of her parents’ home and never returned.

Her family mounted a search and pleaded with the public to come forward with information.

Junior Emmanuel, her father, said his life has been on hold for the past year as he grieves for his lost child.

Emmanuel has travelled to remote areas throughout the country in search of his 20-year-old daughter.

But he found nothing.Two weeks ago, Emmanuel read an article in the Trinidad Express that bones believed to be that of a woman were found near an oilfield in Santa Flora on Trinidad’s south coast.

Near the bones were a bra and a pleated skirt.

Two things caught the father’s attention – the pleated skirt and the location.In an interview with the Express on Wednesday Emmanuel said, “My daughter was wearing a skirt like that when she left the house. And she knew a man living in Santa Flora

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sgtdjones 2019-06-26 19:15:17 

Boy, 11, knifed in the belly by intruder

AN eleven-year-old boy was knifed in the abdomen by a man who broke into the family’s home in Valencia in the dark hours of Tuesday morning.

Police said the pupil of the Valencia South Primary School heard a noise at 4a.m.

He went outside and observed the front door open.

When he walked towards the door to lock it, he found a man dressed in dark clothing with a bandana over his face, standing outside.

The man stabbed the boy and ran.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-26 19:18:09 

Cop charged with rape and imprisonment of Venezuelan woman

A Special Reserve Police Officer will appear before a Princes Town Magistrate on Wednesday charged with falsely imprisoning and raping a Venezuelan woman.

The 28-year-old officer, who has six years of service in the TT Police Service was arrested on Tuesday morning at his Fairfield Gardens, Princes Town, home, by officers of the Professional Standards Bureau.

The arrest came after three months of work by officers working with the Police Complaints Authority, led by attorney David West.

The investigation was launched by ACP Totaram Dookhie and included Snr. Supt Vernon Roberts, ASP Anthony Remmey, and Insp Sheridon Hills.

It was sparked after the 29-year-old victim, who is residing legally in this country, told police that last November, she had been taken against her will to a house in the Princes Town district.

She said was repeatedly raped, placed under false imprisonment, and grievously sexually assaulted by two men.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-26 19:20:50 

Man shot in Laventille

A 33-YEAR-OLD man is recovering from a gunshot wound after a shooting at Pt Pleasant Park, Laventille.

According to police, the Iner Agency Task Force got a call at about 10.45 am on Tuesday about gunshots being heard. Sgt Arthur and the Fort Chacon Mobile unit responded and found Jason “Ratty” Samuel with a gunshot wound to his leg.

He told police at about 10.30 am he was with another man near Springville when several armed men approached and shot Samuel and his friend, who started to run. While they were trying to escape Samuel was hit in the leg.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-26 19:22:58 

16-year-old held with gun after Bus Route robbery

A 16-year-old is currently in police custody after he was allegedly held with a loaded firearm.

The teenager was held at about 1 pm on Tuesday along the Eastern Main Road in San Juan.

According to reports, police received a report of a robbery of a maxi taxi along the Priority Bus Route in the San Juan district.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-26 19:28:25 

Man arrested after robbing salesman outside police station

The swift work of San Fernando police officers led to the arrest of a 35-year-old man after he robbed a salesman near the police station.

The suspect, who is from Knutt Pond Road, New Grant, Princes Town has since been questioned and charged.

He is expected to appear before a San Fernando Magistrate.

LoopTT was told that around 6 pm on Monday, a 36-year-old salesman from San Juan was walking along Knox Street, in the vicinity of the police station, holding a black bag containing two Samsung S10 phones valued at TT$13,400.

While walking, he was confronted by the suspect, who snatched the bag and ran off.

The victim raised an alarm and police officers from the nearby station immediately responded and were able to detain the suspect along Knox Street.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-27 00:46:51 

Man murdered on Duncan Street

A 37-year-old Duncan Street man was found dead by police a stone’s throw away from a Port of Spain school.

The dead man’s name is Nicholas Percy, from Building 47, Apartment D, Duncan Street.

Police on patrol on Upper Duncan Street heard there was a man's body on the ground floor of Building 38. They found him at the bottom of a stairwell.

According to sources the man was approached and shot once to the back of the head.

Perry’s body was removed to the Forensic Science Centre, where an autopsy is expected to be done.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-27 00:48:51 

Daughter holds out hope for missing mom

JULY 3 will mark a year since Zorina Mahabood, 62, disappeared without a trace.

But her daughter Shairoon Rampersad believes she is still alive and has not given up the search for her mother.

Up until Monday, Rampersad searched areas in San Fernando where Mahabood was last seen, hoping to find some clue to her disappearance or recovery.

Rampersad recalled her mother had gone to the San Fernando General Hospital (SFGH) for a follow-up visit after surgery. She never arrived at the clinic and has never been seen or heard from again.

Two mobile phonesshehad with her were switched off.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-27 17:14:47 

Drug-crazed attack during card game

Police are investigating an incident where a 20 year old Fyzabad man chopped his 17-year-old friend, then attempted suicide while high on drugs on Wednesday.

The 17 year-old-victim Alejandro Forgenie was treated at hospital for two chop wounds to the head, one which caused a depression to the skull.

The suspect was taken to hospital and treated for soft tissue injuries to the wrist.

A female police officer contacted her colleagues at the Fyzabad police station around 3 a.m. and informed them of the incident at Guapo Road.

A police report said that Cpl Edwards and other officers responded and were told that the suspect was playing cards with three other men when he “began to act strangely”.

One of the men told police that the suspect had taken a drug.

The suspect, police were told, took up a cutlass and allegedly dealt Forgenie two chops to the head.

The suspect then took up a cutlass and attempted to cut his wrist.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-27 17:19:48 

Pos Corporation worker shot dead: No CCTV available

Police are investigating the killing of an employee of the Port of Spain City Corporation, who was shot while buying a sandwich at the corner of Quarry and Observatory Streets, east Port of Spain, this morning.

Police said David Parag, 31, of Gilkes Street, St James, finished ordering a sandwich from a vendor at about 7 am when a man who he knew approached him with a gun in hand.

Parag saw him and tried to run away but was shot eight times, after which the killer walked away.

Residents heard the gunfire and called the police. Police from the Besson Street station, Inter Agency Task Force, Charford Court base and Homicide Region 1.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-27 17:20:51 

Man killed in Arima

Police are investigating the murder of a man who was shot while sitting in his car in the parking lot of a grocery shop in Arima last night.

Police said Keron Anderson Pereira, of Mt St Benedict was sitting in his Nissan Tiida in the parking lot at O'Meara Road, Arima, at around 9.45 when a green Mitsubishi Lancer approached his car.

Three men came from the car and shot Pereira multiple times and drove away.

Pereira died at the scene.

Police were called in and a pistol with a magazine was found in the passenger seat of Pereira's car.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-27 17:38:37 

Man in critical condition after Laventille shooting

A 21-year-old man is warded in a critical condition at the Port-of-Spain General Hospital following a shooting incident in Laventille on Monday night.

The victim, Jerill Grant, of St Barbs Laventille, was shot multiple times in his torso and leg.

Police said it was a miracle that he's alive.

According to reports, Grant was liming with a group of friends along Lower Laventille Road, when two men approached the group.

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Those two lat­est mur­ders have brought the toll to 256

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sgtdjones 2019-06-28 14:16:03 

Man shot in groin while sorting scrap iron in Laventille

A 33-year-old man is warded in a critical condition at the Port of Spain General Hospital following a shooting in Laventille.

Police were told that at around 9:30 am on Tuesday, the man was at Pleasant Park, Laventille, sorting out scrap iron with another 31-year-old man, when they were approached by an armed assailant.

The suspect was said to be a man of dark complexion, who was wearing blue jeans, a black vest and a piece of cloth over his face.

The gunman pointed the firearm at both men and instructed them not to move, but the two victims, on seeing the weapon, attempted to flee the scene.

Shots were fired and the 33-year-old man fell to the ground bleeding from his injuries. He was shot in the groin and right leg.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-28 14:17:41 

Teen robbed of $31K in cash and cheques in downtown POS

The robbery of a 19-year-old who was transporting over $13,000 in cash, and an estimated $18,000 in cheques, is currently engaging the attention of police.

The incident reportedly took place on Friday, but a report was only made to police on Tuesday.

Police were told that the victim was walking along Charlotte Street, Port of Spain, when upon reaching the vicinity of Lucky Bakery he was approached by two men he did not know.

The men allegedly grabbed a backpack off the victim’s back which contained the cash and cheques – which were the property of a well-known variety store along Charlotte Street.

The assailants then escaped.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-28 14:23:24 

Man takes tablet then chops friend

A 20-year-old man faces an attempted murder charge for chopping his 17-year-old friend on Wednesday after taking a "mood-changing drug" which police believe caused him to hallucinate.

The victim, Alejandro Forgenie, was up to press time at the San Fernando General Hospital with wounds to his neck and head.

Police said the suspect, victim and other people were playing a game of cards at Guapo Road near the Fyzabad police station at about 3 am when the incident happened. The suspect took a tablet, began hallucinating and chopped Forgenie with a cutlass.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-29 03:25:22 

Teen invited to job interview, raped

Arima police are investigating a report where a 19-year-old said she was raped.

The teenager told police that at about 4.30p.m. on Tuesday, she received a call from a prospective employer from a business in Arima.

She said the man asked to meet, for an interview at the business place.

However, during further conversations, the victim agreed to go with the suspect to a location along River Ranch Road, Arima.

At this location, the victim said the two had alcoholic beverages, and a short while later she passed out.

She said she awoke to the suspect having intercourse with her.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-30 14:20:48 

8 Rasta City gangsters are in custody

Eight members of the Rasta City gang were detained on Thursday as Western Division police continued their “push-back” operations in the Cocorite and Carenage communities.

On Thursday night, officers of the Western Division Task Force, led by Sgt Arneaud and Cpl Hunte, received information which led them to Main Street, off Western Main Road, Cocorite. While there, they observed a “known offender” at a home along the road.

The man was stopped and searched, and he allegedly had a .40mm calibre pistol loaded with 15 rounds of ammunition.

WPC Riley arrested the ­suspect.

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sgtdjones 2019-06-30 14:23:06 

New motives in Caparo murder

THE death of 64-year-old Carl Emmanuel was initially believed to be a case of an attempted-robbery turned to murder, but investigators said they are now looking at "other possibilities."

Police did not disclose the nature of the other possibilities saying the investigation is ongoing.

Emmanuel lived at Chickland Road, Caparo.

Police said the Emmanuel and his wife were visiting a parcel of his land off Bally Road, Flanagin Town, near Caparo, shortly after 5 pm on Thursday when a masked man walked up to them.

The man, pointing a gun at Emmanuel, announced a robbery about 100 metres from the road. The gunman ordered Emmanuel to hand over the keys for his white Toyota Hilux which was parked nearby in the sparsely populated area.

Emmanuel was searching for the keys and without warning, the gunman shot him in the face.

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sgtdjones 2019-07-01 11:33:23 

3 shot in bloody chase in Mount Lambert

“LIKE a scene out of a movie” was how residents of Mount Lambert described yesterday’s shooting incident in the area, in which warring gang factions traded bullets with each other, resulting in three of them being injured.

The shooting took place shortly after midday, along a road that connects the Priority Bus Route (PBR) and Eastern Main Road, and in full view of motorists and members of the public. It showed that criminals were becoming more and more brazen since they no longer had any fear of committing crimes in broad daylight and for any and everyone to see, said one resident.

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sgtdjones 2019-07-01 11:36:51 

[UPDATED] Three killed on Sunday

THREE murders on Sunday in Tunapuna, Laventille and Sea Lots have taken the murder toll to 260 for the year.

The three dead men have been identified as Kevin Figaro, 32, Kareem Taylor, 20, and Ronald Joseph, 38.

In the earliest incident, 32-year-old Figaro was found dead by police at his Maingot Road, Tunapuna home at about 3.30 am.

According to police sources the dead man’s sister, who lives on the same compound, heard gunshots and alerted the police. When they arrived on the scene they found him dead.

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