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

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link sgtdjones Joined: Feb 15, 2017
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6/9/19, 9:48:46 PM 
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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6/9/19, 9:56:24 PM 
Cops under probe for theft of $30,000
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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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6/11/19, 12:02:23 AM 
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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6/11/19, 12:03:47 AM 
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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6/11/19, 12:05:13 AM 
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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6/11/19, 12:07:01 AM 
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

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6/11/19, 9:15:44 AM 
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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link bravos Joined: Oct 13, 2009
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6/11/19, 10:05:07 AM 
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..

link sgtdjones Joined: Feb 15, 2017
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6/11/19, 10:12:01 AM 
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

link bravos Joined: Oct 13, 2009
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6/11/19, 4:29:09 PM 
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 whore..it 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...

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6/11/19, 5:18:59 PM 
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

link bravos Joined: Oct 13, 2009
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6/11/19, 5:55:47 PM 
"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."

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6/12/19, 9:31:54 AM 
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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6/12/19, 9:33:50 AM 
In reply to bravos

Bobolee

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

link BeatDball Joined: Jul 19, 2014
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6/12/19, 7:12:19 PM 
In reply to sgtdjones He wouldnt be from Barrackpore, is he?!

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link sgtdjones Joined: Feb 15, 2017
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6/12/19, 8:17:50 PM 
In reply to BeatDball

Nope

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.

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6/12/19, 8:20:19 PM 
Update

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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6/12/19, 8:25:23 PM 
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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6/12/19, 8:26:36 PM 
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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6/12/19, 8:27:53 PM 
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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6/13/19, 9:53:40 AM 
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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6/13/19, 10:04:09 AM 
'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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6/13/19, 6:00:07 PM 
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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6/13/19, 7:48:28 PM 
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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6/13/19, 8:02:18 PM 
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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