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Archive for June, 2017

Police on lookout for ‘suspicious’ white van

Police on lookout for ‘suspicious’ white van

| 30/06/2017 | 20 Comments
(CNS): Police from Bodden Town station are asking the public to help them track down a white van (left) that has been spotted driving in and around the Will T. Road area of the district at various times over recent days. As it has been causing some suspicion in the neighbourhood, people have posted [...]

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Capsized boat found off East End coast

Capsized boat found off East End coast

| 30/06/2017 | 15 Comments
(CNS): The police conducted a search and rescue operation at sea Friday off the coast of East End after a capsized boat was found some five miles offshore around 8:30am. Police received the report of the overturned vessel by an aircraft that was coming into land on Grand Cayman. Both the Joint Marin [...]

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13 cars stolen in GT in one month

13 cars stolen in GT in one month

| 30/06/2017 | 11 Comments
(CNS): During the month of June thirteen cars were stolen in George Town alone, the RCIPS has confirmed. Although eight of those vehicles were later found, five are still missing and police are asking the public for help locating these missing vehicles. The first car is a light green Hyundai, regist [...]

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Screams fail to stop stocking-faced robber

Screams fail to stop stocking-faced robber

| 30/06/2017 | 51 Comments
(CNS): Despite the repeated screams from a woman who was robbed on her doorstep in Cumber Avenue, Bodden Town, Thursday night by a man wearing a stocking over his head, no one came to her assistance. Police said 911 calls were placed by people who heard her at around 9:30pm, but the attack lasted se [...]

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CIFA at heart of two ACC arrests

CIFA at heart of two ACC arrests

| 30/06/2017
(CNS): Anti-Corruption Commission investigators have arrested a second man as part of an investigation which is related to the Cayman Islands Football Association, CNS has learned. Following the arrest of a 47-year-old George Town man yesterday, who is still an executive with the football associatio [...]

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Fake report unnerves community

Fake report unnerves community

| 30/06/2017 | 23 Comments
(CNS): With crime high on everyone’s radar at the moment, what turned out to be a fake report of a possible scam foreshadowing a home invasion unnerved many people yesterday. The false “suspicious activity” report about a supposed incident in Newlands circulated widely on social me [...]

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Cayman bags 22 medals ahead of Games finals

Cayman bags 22 medals ahead of Games finals

| 29/06/2017
(CNS Local Life): Team Cayman had inched up the medal table to 11th place in this year’s Island Games at the end of play Thursday, with a bag of 22 medals. Cayman now has four golds, thanks to track stars Kemar Hyman, who won gold in the 100 metres in 10:25 seconds, and Jamal Walton, […] [...]

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Second local inmate sent to UK jail

Second local inmate sent to UK jail

| 29/06/2017 | 116 Comments
(CNS): Exactly one week after his brother and co-conspirator was transferred to a British prison, Justin Ramoon (26) has now become the second prisoner to be shipped to a UK jail from HMP Northward. CNS was informed by family members after they learned from other inmates that he had been taken from [...]

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Man bit ex-partner’s vagina during sex assault

Man bit ex-partner’s vagina during sex assault

| 29/06/2017
(CNS): A defendant standing trial on rape and indecent assault charges bit his former girlfriend’s vagina as he forced her to have sex with him, the court heard Wednesday. Setting out the prosecution’s case against Fabian Dominique McField for the jury, crown counsel Toyin Salako said he bit his [...]

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OfReg to investigate CUC’s solar deal

OfReg to investigate CUC’s solar deal

| 29/06/2017
(CNS Business): With the price of solar energy now falling rapidly and the increase in competitive pricing of other alternative fuels, Cayman’s utilities regulator, OfReg, has announced its intention to investigate the process around Cayman’s first commercial-scale renewable energy plant, which [...]

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Anti-corruption cops make mystery arrest

Anti-corruption cops make mystery arrest

| 29/06/2017
(CNS): The Anti-Corruption Commission’s investigators have arrested a 47-year-old man from George Town on suspicion of committing the offences of secret commissions and money laundering. The unidentified man was arrested Thursday morning and is currently in police custody at the Fairbanks det [...]

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