Archive for January 24th, 2018

Local lawyer and cop join ombudsman

Local lawyer and cop join ombudsman

| 24/01/2018 | 26 Comments
(CNS): Local attorney and two-time political hopeful Sharon Roulstone has been appointed as the deputy ombudsman in the complaints division of the newly amalgamated office, which covers freedom of information as well as complaints about the public service. Peter McLoughlin, a former UK cop who has b [...]

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DPP argues for extra time for prison farm killer

DPP argues for extra time for prison farm killer

| 24/01/2018 | 52 Comments
(CNS): The director of public prosecutions has argued that the court can impose a longer prison sentence on Randy Martin than the 30-year term defined in the Conditional Release Law. Martin appeared in court Wednesday for a hearing to determine the time he will spend behind bars for murdering Sabrin [...]

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Murder suspect bailed by police

Murder suspect bailed by police

| 24/01/2018
(CNS) UPDATED: Police have now confirmed that the man who was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of murdering Omar Bailey (28) on Saturday night has been released. The RCIPS raised concerns about reprisals after a man was identified on social media as the killer. The 27-year-old George Town man was bai [...]

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Tennis club boss bailed in theft case

Tennis club boss bailed in theft case

| 24/01/2018
(CNS): The RCIPS has confirmed that a 46-year-old man from George Town has been arrested on suspicion of fraud, theft and obtaining property by deception in connection with cash taken from the Cayman Islands Tennis Club. Police said that the man was arrested Friday and has since been bailed. CNS has [...]

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CITA keeps tourism ‘concerns’ under wraps

CITA keeps tourism ‘concerns’ under wraps

| 24/01/2018 | 55 Comments
(CNS): Cayman Islands Tourism Association directors met with government officials recently to talk about the “perspectives and concerns” of the tourism sector, according to a CITA release, though it did not detailed what those concerns are. CITA said its directors discussed “the ai [...]

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