Archive for July 6th, 2018
(CNS): Local law enforcement authorities have seized nearly 700lbs of ganja, worth more than half a million dollars on the street, and arrested seven people over the last two weeks in joint operations at sea. The Joint Task Force of police and customs officers is having a marked impact on drug smuggling, which is increasingly […]
(CNS): Police have charged a 49-year-old man from George Town with burglary, criminal trespass, and consumption and possession of ganja after he was found in a room at a holiday resort in East End trying to make off with tourists’ personal possessions. The man was arrested early Wednesday morning (4 July) at the Morritts Tortuga and was scheduled […]
(CNS): Motesha Mothen (15) is on the run from the government supported Frances Bodden Children’s Home for at least the fourth time this year. The teenager, who is originally from West Bay, has been missing since she left the premises in Bodden Town yesterday, 5 July. Police said she was seen Thursday evening at a church […]
(CNS): Police are appealing for witnesses to an armed robbery at a food truck in Red Bay on Thursday night, during which two shots were fired before two masked men made off with cash and an employee’s handbag. The robbery at the Al La Kebab truck at the top of Selkirk Drive was reported to […]
I’ve passed by Refuel, the new gas station in Industrial Park, several times and noticed the lower prices they offer on their gas. But is the fuel OK to use in all types of cars? I’ve checked their website and cannot find any information about that.
(CNS): Just days after the hurricane experts at Colorado State University revised down their predictions for this hurricane season in the Atlantic, the first one swirled into existence 1,140 miles east-southeast of the Lesser Antilles in the early hours of Friday morning. Hurricane Beryl is moving west at around 14mph with maximum sustained winds of […]