Archive for August 28th, 2015

Burglars look for swag in post office boxes

Burglars look for swag in post office boxes

| 28/08/2015 | 12 Comments

(CNS): The police are appealing for witnesses to a break-in at the West Bay Post Office that happened sometime overnight on Wednesday/Thursday of this week. Officers responded to the report at the district post office Thursday morning, where they found three post office boxes were damaged and emptied and attempts appear to have been made […]

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Cops catch fleeing booze burglar

Cops catch fleeing booze burglar

| 28/08/2015 | 8 Comments

(CNS): The police have rounded up another burglary suspect after the man tried to flee from officers on patrol in downtown George Town early Friday morning. The alleged booze burglar was apprehended when police spotted him at the intersection of Mary Street and North Church Street with what appeared to be bottles in both hands […]

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Viewpoint: Shame on CIFA, shame on clubs

Viewpoint: Shame on CIFA, shame on clubs

| 28/08/2015 | 46 Comments

101 writes: There is no wording or section or set of definitions in CIFA’s constitutional documents that makes it absolutely/technically clear that Nominations and Seconds of those nominations need to be carried out by four completely separate entities for the CIFA elections on Saturday.

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Police bag almost two dozen traffic offenders in one hour

Police bag almost two dozen traffic offenders in one hour

| 28/08/2015 | 37 Comments

(CNS): A police traffic operation on the Linford Pierson Highway on Wednesday saw 23 drivers prosecuted for offences ranging from illegal tint to speeding. Responding to calls from the community for police to clamp down on rogue drivers, an RCIPS spokesperson said it was also an opportunity to emphasize safe driving ahead of the new […]

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Justice expert IDs systemic problems

Justice expert IDs systemic problems

| 28/08/2015 | 18 Comments

(CNS): An expert from the crown prosecution service in the UK has identified a catalogue of measures to improve efficiencies and outcomes in Cayman’s criminal justice system. From simple changes, such as better communication between the police and prosecutors, to new practice directions, Claire Wetton has recommended a list of more than a dozen systemic […]

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