February 6, 2021 admin 0

Cops confirm finding more remains at Heights of Aripo The Police Service has confirmed initial reports that more remains were discovered in Aripo, this morning. An official statement from the TTPS says the remains of a human and an animal were found in bushes down a precipice off the road at the Heights of Aripo. According to the release, Homicide […More]

Diego Martin Couple Among Three Held for Gun, Ammo and Narcotics

February 5, 2021 admin 0

Three persons were arrested after police allegedly found a firearm, ammunition and a quantity of narcotics during two crime suppression exercises in West Trinidad this morning. Among those in police custody is a Diego Martin couple. At 2.30 am, officers of the Western Division Task Force (WDTF) proceeded to Main Street, Cocorite, where they executed a search warrant. The officers […More]

Police Confirm Body Found, That of Kidnapped Clerk, Andrea Bharatt

February 5, 2021 admin 0

The search for kidnapped victim, Andrea Bharatt, ended this afternoon after her body was found down a precipice along the Heights of Aripo. According to reports, around 12:20 pm today, a motorist was driving his vehicle along the Heights of Aripo Road when he looked down a precipice and saw a decomposed body. He contacted the police who responded immediately […More]


February 3, 2021 admin 0

Fifth Suspect Now in Custody in Andrea Bharatt Kidnapping Officers of the Special Operations Response Team (SORT) detained a fifth suspect on Sunday night, in connection with the disappearance of Andrea Bharatt. Bharatt was reported missing by her father, Randy Bharatt, on Friday night. Reports are that SORT locked down parts of Sangre Grange on Sunday evening and searched a […More]

Tobago Inmates And Prison Officers Contract COVID-19

October 21, 2020 admin 0

More Tobago inmates, prison officers contract COVID A total of 18 prisoners and prison officers from the Scarborough Prison in Tobago have contracted COVID-19 and were being brought to Trinidad last evening to be treated at the new Claxton Bay facility. The 18 cases from the prison system made up 24 confirmed cases on the island, which took the overall […More]


August 13, 2018 admin 0

Six Arrested in Connection with Alleged Assassination Attempt on Venezuela’s President CARACAS, Venezuela, Tuesday August 7, 2018 – Six people have been arrested in connection with what the Venezuela government said was an assassination attempt on President Nicolas Maduro. “The majority of those responsible have been detained. Not only are they confessing, the government has also been able to examine the […More]


March 22, 2018 admin 0

NEW YORK, NY: New York County Criminal Court, Council Member Jumaane D. Williams pleaded not guilty to charges of obstructing an emergency medical vehicle stemming from the January 11 protest of the detention and imminent deportation of immigrant rights activist Ravi Ragbir. Williams appeared before a judge today alongside sixteen other protesters who were arrested with the Council Member for their roles in […More]

Jamaica Courts: Chief Justice plans to implement time standards for courts

March 15, 2018 admin 0

Jamaica Courts: Chief Justice plans to implement time standards for courts Chief Justice Brian Sykes has said he will be engaging a time standard model in the courts as a means of measuring the delivery of service. He made the disclosure Thursday morning after being sworn in at King’s House. Justice Sykes said a time standard document produced at the […More]

GUN CHARGES: Duo charged with gun, ammo possession remanded

March 1, 2018 admin 0

GUN CHARGES: Duo charged with gun, ammo possession remanded Two men, a handyman and bartender, on Wednesday appeared before Magistrate Fabayo Azore to answer to charges of illegal gun and ammunition possession. Colwyn Wright and Akeem Simeron both denied the charges, which stated that on February 20, they had in their possession a 9mm pistol along with 29 live rounds […More]

Remand Inmates Costing Guyana Government “A Fortune”

November 24, 2017 admin 0

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Friday November 24, 2017 – Every year, the Guyana government spends almost three-quarter million US dollars to just feed inmates on remand in the country’s prisons. And Minister of National Security Khemraj Ramjattan says it’s putting strain on finances. So he says alternatives to reduce the remand population are needed to resolve this problem. “The current remand population […More]

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