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Archive for November 13th, 2015

Cops chasing over 700 outstanding warrants

Cops chasing over 700 outstanding warrants

| 13/11/2015 | 45 Comments
(CNS): The police are continuing in their efforts to clear outstanding warrants but despite dealing with more than 80 issues relating mostly to outstanding fines over the last month, the RCIPS still has 761 outstanding warrants to deal with. As quickly as police can deal with outstanding arrest warr [...]

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Rock Hole residents get in fight with burglar

Rock Hole residents get in fight with burglar

| 13/11/2015
(CNS) UPDATED MONDAY:  A 46-year-old man has now been charged with various offences following his arrest on suspicion of burglary following a fight in the yard of a house in George Town that was broken into early Friday morning. Police were called to the scene of a disturbance at around 2:15 that  [...]

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Cruise line pushing for pier donates to reef project

Cruise line pushing for pier donates to reef project

| 13/11/2015 | 56 Comments
(CNS): Carnival Cruises, one of two cruise lines pressing the Cayman Islands government to develop cruise ship berthing in the George Town harbour, which will require significant destruction of coral reefs, has donated cash to Cayman-based reef conservation project. Carnival’s refusal to tender me [...]

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Accused men deny possession in firearm case

Accused men deny possession in firearm case

| 13/11/2015
(CNS): Two men from West Bay have both denied possessing or even seeing a handgun during an incident in August 2013 that led to firearms charges against them. Jordan Manderson (22) and Austin Jackson (22) both said that they had not seen or touched the pistol recovered by police after Jackson’s al [...]

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UK Privy Council restores gun conviction

UK Privy Council restores gun conviction

| 13/11/2015 | 41 Comments
(CNS): A West Bay man will go back to serving a ten-year jail term for possession of an unlicensed gun this week after the Privy Council in London overturned a Cayman Islands Court of Appeal decision Wednesday and reinstated the conviction by the original trial judge. Robert Aaron Crawford (22) was [...]

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