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Ex-Police Prosecutor Shot Dead

Another fatal shooting at close range in Telescope in St. Andrew, has left many of the family members of Ken Isaac including three children in mourning. It was early Sunday morning when residents of this village heard gunshots and realize that one of the so-called ‘TOP SHATTERS’ in the area was shot, and was pronounced dead at the Princess Alice ...

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Mount Toute Resident dead after weekend chopping – 5 remanded

Five young men among them a seventeen-year-old student from the village of Mount Tout in St. George’s have been remanded to the Richmond Hill Prison on charges of non- capital murder; a charge linking them to a chopping incident in that village on Saturday that left one man dead.  The six Alpheus Thomas, a 33-year-old construction worker, Chevon Stephen 19, ...

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Jamaica National on cocaine related charge to know his fate on Tuesday

A thirty-three-year-old Jamaica born American citizen nabbed at the Maurice Bishop International Airport last week and subsequently charged with trafficking cocaine is expected to know his fate on Tuesday, May 29th.    Chief Magistrate Tamara Gill who has carriage of proceeding at the # 1 Magistrate Court in St George’s is expected to hand down sentence on Keeno Taylor who ...

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Eight Recorded Gun Related Crimes Within Three Months

The Royal Grenada Police Force is describing the recent increase in gun-related crimes as a copycat syndrome and is enlisting the assistance of the public in stopping the trend. Assistant Commissioner of Police, Trevor Modeste informed the media that from March 16th –May 20th May 2018 the tri-island state saw a spate of gun-related crimes totalling eight incidents, four of ...

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E-Passport To Be Issued In July

The Immigration and Passport Department will be rolling out E-passports to Grenada as of July 2018. Chief Passport Officer-Superintendent Esau Pierre said it has become very necessary for the Government of Grenada to make the transition hinting that “we have been using an old system since 2001”. The technology that has been utilized in the old system is known as ...

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Ten Counts-Sexual and Indecent Assault, no bail for Maulty Resident

A forty-seven year-old man from the village of Maulty in St David’s who appeared before Chief Magistrate Tamara Gill at the St. George’s # 1 Magistrate Court on Tuesday on some ten counts, among them indecent and sexual assault against a minor has been denied bail.   With limited legal representation solely for the purpose of bail, the accused Michael Christopher ...

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2 officers charged with death by dangerous driving

Two police constables charged independently with causing death by dangerous driving just over three weeks ago made their first appearance before the Chief Magistrate at the St. George’s Magistrate Court last Thursday.  Police Constable Randy Alexander, driver of minibus HZ 755 involved in collision that resulted in the death of Betty Ann “String Beans” Lambert and Police Constable Denson Charles ...

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2 officers charged with death by dangerous driving

Two police constables charged independently with causing death by dangerous driving just over three weeks ago made their first appearance before the Chief Magistrate at the St. George’s Magistrate Court last Thursday.  Police Constable Randy Alexander, driver of minibus HZ 755 involved in collision that resulted in the death of Betty Ann “String Beans” Lambert and Police Constable Denson Charles ...

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72-year-old Woman Raped, 50-year-old Man Remanded to Prison

Chief Magistrate Tamara Gill on Tuesday denied an application for bail made on behalf of a fifty-year-old man from Williamson Road in St George’s, charged in connection with sexual assault and rape of a seventy-two-year-old woman who is also believed to be physically challenged. Simon Wendell Ledlow was told that he would remain behind bars until his next court date ...

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72-year-old Woman Raped, 50-year-old Man Remanded to Prison

Chief Magistrate Tamara Gill on Tuesday denied an application for bail made on behalf of a fifty-year-old man from Williamson Road in St George’s, charged in connection with sexual assault and rape of a seventy-two-year-old woman who is also believed to be physically challenged. Simon Wendell Ledlow was told that he would remain behind bars until his next court date ...

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