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(AFP) — Be careful not to flush drugs down the toilet. They may intoxicate ducks and geese, or worse, turn alligators into dangerous “meth-gators”. The warning was issued by police in the town of Loretto, Tennessee, after a suspect tried to dispose of the stimulant methamphetamine via a commode. “Folks… please don’t flush your drugs ...

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Saint Lucia suffered homicides 23 and 24 this week, after two more fatal shootings. One occurred on Thursday at Bois Patat, Morne Du Don; the other at Pavee, on Tuesday. Addressing the media about the latest fatalities, Acting Assistant Superintendent of Police, Elvis Thomas, said: “We can say that Curtis Christopher, a 34-year-old male of Morne Du Don, was pronounced dead at about 8:00am.

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Prime Minister Honourable Allen Michael Chastanet has congratulated all stakeholders on an amazing and successful Saint Lucia Carnival 2019. “The growth in Saint Lucia Carnival is now clearly evident. The participation level has improved considerably and we had an influx of visitors from around the world,” stated Prime Minister Chastanet. “The reach ...

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PROVIDENCIALES, TCI – Eleven Sergeants and Inspectors of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force (RT&CIPF) took part in a Tactical Firearms Command Course to develop command and leadership skills in the delivery of the Tactical Firearms command role. The four-day workshop provided an overview of roles and responsibilities of command, positive command attributes, […]
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(CMC) – A High Court judge in Antigua has sentenced a St Vincent and the Grenadines-born policeman to 16 years in prison after he was found guilty of having sex with his 11-year-old child in 2017. Justice Iain Morley issued an order restricting publication of the names of the parties to the case to protect ...

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(ANTIGUA OBSERVER) — Fifteen years is the time in jail that Lee Martin-Cramp has been sentenced to serve for raping a young woman while he was vacationing in Antigua four years ago. The recently dismissed law enforcement officer, who was a member of the UK Metropolitan Police Force, is to be incarcerated at the former ...

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