Archive for Nov 21st, 2018

Romaine lettuce pulled from local stores

Romaine lettuce pulled from local stores

| 21/11/2018 | 25 Comments
(CNS): Following an alert issued by the US Centers for Disease Control on Tuesday that outbreaks of E. coli appear to be linked to romaine lettuce, many Cayman stores and restaurants have pulled the produce from their shelves and menus. The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) is also urging th [...]

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Pavement-painting scam suspects face more charges

Pavement-painting scam suspects face more charges

| 21/11/2018
(CNS): Patrick Sherdan (21), David Gammell (20) and John Quilligan (22), visitors to the Cayman Islands from the UK and Ireland who are charged with obtaining property by deception, impersonating a public officer and working without a permit over a pavement painting scam, could be facing more charge [...]

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West Bayers want Barkers to remain untouched

West Bayers want Barkers to remain untouched

| 21/11/2018 | 156 Comments
(CNS): West Bayers have made it clear that they do not want government to approve the coastal works application being made by the owner of Calico Jack’s to remove almost 180,000 sq.ft of turtle grass and build a jetty along Barkers beach. At a public meeting in the district on Tuesday evening [...]

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Claimed stolen goods help cops nab burglars

Claimed stolen goods help cops nab burglars

| 21/11/2018
(CNS): The police have laid charges in at least two old burglary cases going back to 2016 after members of the public responded to a call to identify stolen property shown on the RCIPS website this month. Several people came forward to identify their property, helping the police tie the items to sp [...]

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New lead emerges in cold case GT murder

New lead emerges in cold case GT murder

| 21/11/2018 | 6 Comments
(CNS): New information has emerged in the 2010 cold case killing of Courtney Spence (32), the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service revealed Wednesday, as they appealed to anyone with information that could help with the nine-year-old unsolved murder to come forward. In a short press release the RCIP [...]

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Judge considers case of attempted child abduction

Judge considers case of attempted child abduction

| 21/11/2018
(CNS): A local man from West Bay has denied trying to abduct a nine-year-old girl who was vacationing in Cayman with her family when she was playing with her six-year-old sister at the Plantation Village condos on the West Bay Road in May. Sean Scott (37) is charged with criminal trespass and attemp [...]

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