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Archive for February 16th, 2017

Webster allowed back to Bodden Town for church

Webster allowed back to Bodden Town for church

| 16/02/2017
(CNS): One-time political candidate and local business man, Errington Webster (54), who is accused of a number of sex offences against a teenage girl, was given permission by the court Thursday to return to his home district of Bodden Town on Sundays in order to go to church. Webster, who is on bail [...]

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Local man denies ‘pimp’ charges

Local man denies ‘pimp’ charges

| 16/02/2017
(CNS): Wayne Carlos Myles (37) has pleaded not guilty to eight charges relating to prostitution and acting as a pimp. Appearing in court Thursday, he denied one count of living off the immoral earnings of a prostitute and seven counts of attempting to live off the earnings of a prostitute. Although [...]

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Governor broke ribs in wet floor slip

Governor broke ribs in wet floor slip

| 16/02/2017 | 21 Comments
(CNS): Officials have revealed a little more detail about the injuries the governor sustained at the weekend when she slipped on a wet floor. Her office said that Helen Kilpatrick was discharged from the George Town hospital on Thursday following treatment for collapsed lungs and four broken ribs. A [...]

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Man caught with suspected stolen goods

Man caught with suspected stolen goods

| 16/02/2017
(CNS): Officers rounded up a suspect burglar in the early hours of Wednesday morning in West Bay as they patrolled the area where an indecent assault took place last week. Just before 3:3oam yesterday, the police spotted a man behaving suspiciously. When they spoke to him, he became uncooperative a [...]

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Suspected home invading sex predator arrested

Suspected home invading sex predator arrested

| 16/02/2017
(CNS): Police have arrested a 48-year-old man from West Bay in connection with a home invasion last week. The RCIPS said the suspect was arrested yesterday on suspicion of indecent assault at a woman’s home on the West Bay Road, when she awoke to find a man in her bedroom committing an indecen [...]

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Minister and chairman failed to answer cops in UCCI probe

Minister and chairman failed to answer cops in UCCI probe

| 16/02/2017
(CNS): Premier Alden McLaughlin, who was education minister when Hassan Syed became the UCCI president, failed to answer questions sent to him by the police investigating the allegations that Syed had stolen over $500,000. The court heard Thursday that as well as McLaughlin, the UCCI board chair at [...]

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Brac to get $600k yellow fire truck

Brac to get $600k yellow fire truck

| 16/02/2017 | 59 Comments
(CNS): Government is splashing out almost $600,000 on a new bright yellow fire truck for Cayman Brac to replace the one that crashed during a test run on the airport runway last month, injuring two officers. Government officials said that Chief Fire Officer David Hails has signed a deal with Rosenba [...]

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