Archive for April 19th, 2016

Can the public videotape police officers?

Can the public videotape police officers?

| 19/04/2016
Is it illegal to videotape a police officer who is in a public place performing his or her duties? Auntie’s answer: As with many things, the answer is both simple and more complicated. To navigate the intricacies, I consulted with the RCIPS, and received a very helpful response. The quick reply to [...]

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Woman killed by dump truck

Woman killed by dump truck

| 19/04/2016
(CNS) Updated Wednesday: Police have now named the female pedestrian who died following a single vehicle accident in East End yesterday at around 5:00pm. Esther Scott (66) was killed on her own property just after a delivery had been made to her home by a Sterling dump truck. Police said she appears [...]

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Prison drones can now track drug smugglers

Prison drones can now track drug smugglers

| 19/04/2016 | 14 Comments
(CNS): Following staff training last week, the Cayman Islands Prison Service has now begun to use drones as part of the its security surveillance and this has already helped the authorities recover a large quantity of drugs thrown into the compound at HMP Northward. According to officials, on Wednes [...]

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Witness says killer shot his friend in face

Witness says killer shot his friend in face

| 19/04/2016
(CNS): One of two eye-witnesses that reportedly saw the murder of Jason Powery behind a George Town bar last summer told the court Tuesday that he saw Justin Ramoon shoot his friend in the face. Jerome Hurlstone (24) said he saw both Ramoon and his brother, Osbourne Douglas, outside the Globe Bar, i [...]

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Police investigating allegations of theft from fund

Police investigating allegations of theft from fund

| 19/04/2016 | 0 Comments
(CNS): Officers from the RCIPS Financial Crimes Unit are investigating allegations of theft from a fund at a local investment firm. Police have confirmed that a complaint was made on 8 April from the local office of an investment firm regarding the theft of an undisclosed amount of money by one of i [...]

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Law firm seeks to block ex-employees’ new jobs

Law firm seeks to block ex-employees’ new jobs

| 19/04/2016
(CNS Business): Appleby (Cayman) Limited has filed an application for a judicial review of a decision by the chief immigration officer, who granted rival firm Harneys temporary work permits for two of their former employees. Appleby claims that at the time, it still held work permits for Jonathan B [...]

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Bouchard moved over $1M in month before arrest

Bouchard moved over $1M in month before arrest

| 19/04/2016
(CNS): As the prosecution wrapped up its cross-examination of the defendant, Michelle Bouchard, Monday, Simon Russell Flint QC quizzed her about why she had systematically moved almost $1 million from a joint account she shared with James Handford, the man she is accused of stealing from, in less th [...]

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Golden Spoons Review: Morgan’s

Golden Spoons Review: Morgan’s

| 19/04/2016
(CNS Foodie): If you cried like we did when we heard that Morgan’s Harbour was closing down, you may have jumped up and down like we did when it opened up again. Now simply called Morgan’s, the popular, rustic, seaside eatery is bigger and better than ever.  So if you haven’t checked out the [...]

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Threats continue as CIG mulls marine park plans

Threats continue as CIG mulls marine park plans

| 19/04/2016 | 29 Comments
(CNS): The National Conservation Council (NCC) and the Department of the Environment (DoE) are waiting for the greenlight from government to begin implementing the proposed enhancement of local marine parks in an effort to conserve local reefs while they are still relatively healthy. As the conserva [...]

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Webb ‘regrets’ illegal conduct in guilty plea

Webb ‘regrets’ illegal conduct in guilty plea

| 19/04/2016 | 44 Comments
(CNS): When Jeffrey Webb pleaded guilty in a New York court last year, the disgraced former local football hero admitted using his position as the former president of CIFA and CONCACAF and VP of FIFA for his own personal benefit and said he regretted his criminal conduct. The courtroom admissions we [...]

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