Archive for March 23rd, 2018

Couple convicted of jewellery store heist

Couple convicted of jewellery store heist

| 23/03/2018 | 20 Comments
(CNS): Madeinys Ebanks-Pol (39) and Adrian Adela Gea (33) were found guilty of stealing $500,000 worth of jewellery from a West Bay Road store in 2015, when a judge delivered his ruling Friday, following a trial last month. The couple, who have ties to Cuba, were remanded in custody until their sent [...]

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Local man denies shoot-out with cops

Local man denies shoot-out with cops

| 23/03/2018
(CNS): Odain Ebanks denied a long list of offences when he appeared in Grand Court Friday to answer charges relating to a robbery and shooting at police. The local 24-year-old man pleaded not guilty to being one of two men who robbed the Czech Inn in Bodden Town earlier this month, where CI$700 was [...]

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Teenage girl found safe and well

Teenage girl found safe and well

| 23/03/2018 | 3 Comments
(CNS) Updated Sunday morning: The police say that with the assistance of members of the public, the missing juvenile, Motesha Mothen, has been located and appears to be in good health. The 15-year-old girl, who has gone missing numerous times, went to John Gray High School on Monday wearing her scho [...]

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George Town tourist facility sand raises eco-concerns

George Town tourist facility sand raises eco-concerns

| 23/03/2018 | 205 Comments
(CNS): The Balboa Beach tourist facility along the harbour front in George Town has stirred up further controversy after developers recently covered the ironshore at the location with non-beach sand. The tourist spot where the owners have been charging cruise passengers for beach chairs and umbrella [...]

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Land commission to deal with rogue beach vendors

Land commission to deal with rogue beach vendors

| 23/03/2018 | 94 Comments
(CNS): The Central Planning Authority (CPA) has approved plans for the redevelopment of the Seven Mile Public Beach by Dart. However, concerns about the behaviour of certain beach vendors and the dangers posed by some taxi drivers in the area were raised during Wednesday’s planning meeting, w [...]

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