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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — The Police High Command and the Jamaica Police Federation have condemned the murder of District Constable Michael Alladice, whose body was discovered early Sunday with a gunshot wound to the head. Alladice was found dead in his car off Windward Road in Kingston. Police reported that Alladice, who was assigned to the ...

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(WHIMN) — Cracking our joints may be a bad habit, but it doesn’t stop the majority of us from doing it anyway. However, for 23-year-old Australian woman Natalie Kunicki, a seemingly harmless crack almost cost her her life. Hanging out with a friend in her London apartment, Kunicki was in bed watching a movie after ...

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — The Jamaican pair of Tommi Gore and Colin Daley Jr are the first overseas participants confirmed for the May 11 Georgetown Grand Prix at the GT Motorsports facility located at Albert Street and Thomas Lands from 16:00h. The event is the first for karting on the 2019 calendar and fans can ...

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(DEMERARA WAVES) — Police are on the hunt for two gunmen who they say were dressed in Muslim garb when they robbed and killed a Money Changer on High Street, Georgetown Tuesday. Police Headquarters revealed that 57-year-old Prince Phillip Alleyne was robbed by two men, each armed with a gun, on a motorcycle at about ...

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(DEMERARA WAVES) — Police Commissioner Leslie James on Monday warned members of the Force against locking up persons because their family members complain they were “behaving bad” as they risk being injured by other detainees while in custody. “No one is to come to the station for you to take a relative into custody because ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — The United States Embassy in Kingston says it is collaborating with the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) to apprehend visa fraudster. The embassy, in a release, said on April 3, following an investigation conducted by its Overseas Criminal Investigations (OCI) Division, officers of the JCF arrested and charged Eric George Miller of Olympic ...

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — Baramita is one of the largest indigenous settlements in Guyana and suffers from a number of societal problems that contribute to the high suicide rate. Minister of Social Cohesion, Dr George Norton addressed the issue on Monday. He said the community of Baramita in Region One has been suffering for years ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — “Blingers” and “Zessers” be­ware of Gov­ern­ment’s Ex­plain Your Wealth leg­is­la­tion. At­tor­ney Gen­er­al Faris Al-Rawi made this clear as he pi­lot­ed the con­tro­ver­sial bill in the Sen­ate yes­ter­day. “We in­tend to take the ‘bling’ away, via the court con­sid­er­ing if you can ex­plain your wealth,” Al-Rawi said. “So mes­sage to all ‘Zessers’ in ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Moya Gyan­dass paced anx­ious­ly along the Car­li Bay shore­line yes­ter­day, as the par­ty who went search­ing for her hus­band Sie­u­nar­ine Gyan­dass and neigh­bour Vedesh Mar­lo re­turned. But Gyan­dass’ hope for a mir­a­cle was quick­ly re­duced to tears as all the crew re­turned with was the life jack­et her hus­band was last seen ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A mur­der­ous and no­to­ri­ous Venezue­lan gang has in­fil­trat­ed Trinidad and To­ba­go’s bor­ders and many of them are now part of the crim­i­nal land­scape that has in­ten­si­fied this coun­try’s vi­o­lence over the last few months. The find­ings, se­nior in­tel­li­gence sources say, are con­tained in a num­ber of se­cret in­tel­li­gence re­ports that have been ...

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