PME reveals how waitress was killed

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A Post Mortem Examination (PME) conducted on the body of 22-year-old Marissa Fraser who was fished out of a trench in Number 4 Village, Berbice earlier this week, has revealed that the woman died as a result of asphyxia (interference in respiration thereby depriving the body of oxygen) and drowning compounded by multiple incise wounds. Read More

Frankfort father receives 30-year sentence in death of 6-week-old infant

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Cody Brown × Frankfort father receives 30-year sentence in death of 6-week-old infant Cody Brown FRANKFORT, Ind.– A Frankfort father found guilty in the death of a 6-week-old infant received his sentence Wednesday. Cody Brown was sentenced to 32 years, with 30 years to be executed in jail and two years on probation for neglect of a Read More

Car owner charged with murder of Kescia Branche

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Matthew Munroe, the owner of the car that is suspected to be linked to the murder of school teacher Kescia Branche, was today charged with her murder. Munroe, 47, of Lot 1092, 16th Avenue, Diamond, East Bank Demerara, stood before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan and was read the charge which stated that he, on November Read More

Trinidad: $5 million robbery at Piarco Airport

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By Trinidad Express December 6, 2017 Th Piarco International Airport. Photo: Richard Charan (TRINIDAD EXPRESS) – THREE men today pulled off a $5 million heist in a sensitive and heavily secured part of the Piarco International Airport. The thieves held up Amalgamated Security Services Limited officers at around 11 a.m. Police were tight-lipped on the Read More

Trinidad: 12 bullets for bar bandit …female accomplice held

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By Trinidad Express December 6, 2017 (TRINIDAD EXPRESS) – A criminal suspect was shot dead this morning when he held up patrons of a bar in St Helena. The thief was shot 12 times and died at hospital, police said. His alleged accomplice – a 24 year old Santa Cruz woman – was detained by Read More

Police officers to represent St. Lucia in rugby competition

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By RSLPF December 6, 2017 (PRESS RELEASE) – The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force wishes to congratulate four of its Law Enforcement Officers on their selection to represent Saint Lucia at the 2017 Barbados World Rugby Tournament, which is scheduled to take place on the 9th and 10th of December in Barbados. Ernie Julien, Signa Read More

Rihanna Returns To Barbados For Reveal Of Her Own Street

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Rihanna was front and center in her hometown of St. Michael, Barbados last week to see Westbury New Road, the street where Rihanna grew up, receive its official new name Rihanna Drive. The two-hour street-renaming ceremony took place on the country’s independence day (Nov. 30), and the honoree joined Prime Minister Freundel Stuart for the Read More

‘Butch’ Stewart Receives Tourism Icon Award

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Share This PRESS RELEASE – CHAIRMAN and founder of Sandals Resorts International, Gordon “Butch” Stewart, was recently honoured at the UNWTO, Government of Jamaica, World Bank Group and Inter-American Development Bank’s Global Conference on Jobs and Inclusive Growth: Partnerships for Sustainable Tourism. At the Conference’s Gala Dinner and Tourism Icon Awards, held on Wednesday, the Read More

Regional security officials meeting in Guyana

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Dec 5, CMC – The annual Caribbean Nations Security Conference (CANSEC) is taking place here with delegates being told that there is need to criminal networks sanctuary and freedom of movement. The conference brings together more than 50 key United States and Caribbean senior defence and law enforcement representatives to unify regional action Read More

Government moving to prevent Bahamas being blacklisted by European Union -PM

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Photo taken from: the-bahamas.net NASSAU, Bahamas, Dec 6, CMC – The Bahamas government Wednesday said it will table several pieces of legislation aimed at preventing the country from being placed on the European Union’s list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes. Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis in a brief statement said that his administration will Read More