Archive for June 12th, 2017

Burglar steals primary school safe

| 12/06/2017 | 15 Comments

(CNS): Police are investigating a burglary at the George Town Primary that happened some time overnight on Thursday/Friday last week. The school canteen was broken into and a safe that contained a significant quantity of food tickets and an undisclosed quantity of cash were taken. At around 6am on Friday during a search of the […]

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Armed cops arrest WB man for dangerous driving

Armed cops arrest WB man for dangerous driving

| 12/06/2017 | 4 Comments

(CNS): A West Bay man is facing a list of traffic violations after he failed to stop for police when he was speeding along North West Point Road on Saturday at around 1:30pm. He was hailed to stop by armed officers but he failed to stop so they followed the vehicle, which eventually stopped further along […]

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Senior cop flees scene of crash

Senior cop flees scene of crash

| 12/06/2017 | 66 Comments

(CNS): The RCIPS said Monday that they were still looking for a serving police inspector who is believed to have fled the scene of a crash at Hurley’s Roundabout on Saturday. The smash happened just before 4:15pm at the junction of Crewe Road, and involved a white Pontiac SUV, which ran into the back of […]

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Police track down stolen rental car

Police track down stolen rental car

| 12/06/2017 | 2 Comments

(CNS): The RCIPS has found a rental car stolen by burglars after they broke into a home on South Sound Road, George Town, at the weekend. The 2014 Blue KIA Cerato was stolen in the early morning hours of Saturday, 10 June, but spotted by the helicopter in the South Sound area on Monday. Police officers had […]

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WB man charged in gang shooting

WB man charged in gang shooting

| 12/06/2017 | 0 Comments

(CNS): The police have charged Joshua “Patchy” Ebanks (25) from West Bay in connection with a shooting rampage in George Town in the early hours of 3 June. Although officers recovered shell casings from one of the scenes, he has been charged at this stage with possession of an imitation gun. However, the case is […]

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West Bay teen charged over stabbing

West Bay teen charged over stabbing

| 12/06/2017 | 0 Comments

(CNS): A 15-year-old boy from West Bay has been charged with stabbing another teenager in an incident on the West Bay Road area outside a fast food restaurant at around 9pm on 3 June. The boy was arrested on Sunday and was due to appear in court Monday after he was charged with wounding with intent. […]

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Cop biting suspect charged with list of crimes

Cop biting suspect charged with list of crimes

| 12/06/2017 | 0 Comments

(CNS): The suspect who is said to have bitten a police officer during a drug raid has been charged with a catalogue of offences. Police said the 25-year-old man, who has not yet been identified, appeared in court Friday and was remanded in custody. He has been charged with consumption, possession and intent to supply […]

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Swiss banker’s killer receives 34-year tariff

Swiss banker’s killer receives 34-year tariff

| 12/06/2017 | 21 Comments

(CNS): Chad Anglin (37), who is serving a life sentence for the murder of Swiss banker Frederic Bise in February 2008, has been given a minimum tariff of 34 years before he will be eligible to be considered for release. The ruling by Justice Alex Henderson, who was the trial judge on the case, was […]

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NCC stands firm on EIA for 7MB

NCC stands firm on EIA for 7MB

| 12/06/2017 | 60 Comments

(CNS): The National Conservation Council and the Department of Environment are standing by their advice that government require an environmental impact assessment before it allows the Dart Group to dig up Grand Cayman’s famous Seven Mile Beach. With the National Conservation Law under threat, a new environment minister who has no track record on environmental […]

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Lawyers blame ‘invisible hand’ in PR debacle

| 12/06/2017 | 53 Comments

(CNS): With no further movement by the relevant board to begin hearing the backlog of stalled permanent residency applications, one local law firm representing many of the people whose applications are waiting to be heard have accused an “invisible hand” of continuing to stall the process. More than three months have passed since the regulations […]

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