Archive for March 15th, 2018

Driver cleared of killing best friend in crash

Driver cleared of killing best friend in crash

| 15/03/2018 | 12 Comments
(CNS): Noel Vaughn Douglas (37) was found guilty Thursday of dangerous driving, but acquitted of killing his best friend after a jury took more than four hours to come to a majority verdict in the case where Matthew Owens (31) died. Douglas, who had pleaded not guilty to causing his close friendR [...]

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Cops net ganja and gun in Jamaican canoe bust

Cops net ganja and gun in Jamaican canoe bust

| 15/03/2018
(CNS): Police netted a significant haul of ganja as well as a hand gun and ammunition in the latest canoe interdiction in Cayman waters. Three Jamaican nationals who were aboard the drug boat have been arrested and are currently in custody. The interdiction happened at around 11pm Wednesday night, w [...]

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ACC rounds up charges in immigration case

ACC rounds up charges in immigration case

| 15/03/2018
(CNS): The Anti-Corruption Commission has charged another two people in the long-running bribery case relating to tests administered by the Department of Immigration. Sherry Lee McLaughlin (57), a Caymanian immigration officer from George Town, faces three charges of conspiracy to commit breach of [...]

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Judge admits drunk and careless driving

Judge admits drunk and careless driving

| 15/03/2018 | 89 Comments
(CNS): Grand Court Judge, Justice Ingrid Mangatal (53), pleaded guilty Thursday when she made her first appearance in court to answer charges laid earlier this month of DUI and careless driving. The judge admitted being one and a half times over the limit when she crashed the car she was driving int [...]

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West Bayers call for Caymanianization of tourism

West Bayers call for Caymanianization of tourism

| 15/03/2018 | 170 Comments
(CNS): The people of West Bay have made it very clear to Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell that they believe the key to a successful national tourism plan for the Cayman Islands would be to promote and protect locals in the sector and stop the marginalization of Caymanians currently working in the [...]

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