Three cars set on fire in George Town street

| 28/10/2022 | 20 Comments

(CNS): Police have begun an arson investigation after Cayman Islands Fire Service and RCIPS officers were called to Greenwood Drive in George Town shortly after 4:30 Friday morning. Three vehicles parked along the street were on fire when they arrived. CIFS crews extinguished the blaze and no one was injured.

Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or has any other information is asked to contact George Town CID at 949-4222. Anonymous tips can be provided to the RCIPS Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777 or the website.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Stop parking and dumping cars illegally on the street and this won’t happen.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Yes whilst our piece of $#@% politicians running up and down in Miami boat show The place burning down with crime.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Wow. Cayman is such a safe place (sarcasm and disappointment). Guess I won’t set a trip for my wife and children.

    • Anonymous says:

      where you at no better….would bet on it too son.

    • Anonymous says:

      Do not be afraid.
      Someone in the communities is causing the brochure to stink. But do not stay away.
      It is still a safe destination.
      Bring your family and enjoy the best of what our islands have to offer.
      Check out the popular beaches, Camana bay walk, and George Town…
      Give your best reviews to local small businesses.
      We will appreciate your honest reviews and thoughts on improvements. Some thoughts may be considered and implemented.

    • Anonymous says:

      its a lot safer here than the US.

    • Anonymous says:

      I highly doubt that you would be visiting that area, just like I would not visit similar areas where you live. Understand?

      • Anonymous says:

        Sure, I understand. I would not visit that area. But in 1984 I might have when I first visited – not my degredation, it was yours!

        You want to promote you’re town with it’s killings… I live in a town that has none… An easy comparison. Cayman has little ability to combat violence – sad expertise. Sad Ministers. Sad home-grown educated Ministers to guide the electorate sheep who repeatedly elect corrupt officials. Sorry, but your electorate is ill suited to vote for a candidate who will truly push for Cayman to be a better, more ethical territory. Please prove me wrong!

    • Anonymous says:


      • Anonymous says:

        7:49 here:
        I’m not a troll, a regular poster who cares! Who are YOU!!!!!

        I have been traveling to Cayman regularly since 1984. Recent trips have been a challenge due to CAYMAN regulations, but these have been eased. So you are very misleading with your ‘non substance’ post. Have you NO opinion, thoughts, substance????? I guess not. Very typical. And yes, I will follow the posted increased violence in GT and outlying districts before I book tickets to visit. You may think your territory is safe, but I will make my own evaluation and I suspect it will be too’NOT travel to Cayman.’ This may be welcomed by some and that is sad, but hey – they will be losing money spent on the island… Guess you don’t care!

      • Anonymous says:

        Any indication to support your poor comment???

      • Anonymous says:

        A sad response from one who is what they posted. Please post a logical, helpful comment.

    • Anonymous says:

      Where is it that you live that is safer than Cayman?

      • Anonymous says:

        Mid Ohio.

      • Anonymous says:

        Midwest USA. A town with a population of 69,000. Very safe, where My wife and children can walk the streets after nightfall and feel safe.

        Yes, I know you want more specifics. But nothing I will give you will satisfy your effort to refute that Cayman is a mess! Be well.

        • Tourists say the darndest things says:

          Are You trying to say that TOWNS and CITIES like Dayton, moraine, Whitehall, Cincinnati , Logan, Cleveland and Canton are safer than george town or safer than grand cayman on a whole? 1) your comparison is flawed either way but nuance seems to be lost on you 2) you presented yourself as a sarcastic judgmental tourist, why surprise at the troll label? You did it to yourself. Even if what you’re saying is true in some sense, saying it like a jackass isn’t endearing yourself to anyone.

          Lol at you trying to convince yourself that Ohio as a state is safer than cayman as an island territory. Like Cleveland and Dayton aren’t located in Ohio. I highly doubt your wife is walking around Logan at night feeling safe. Also wasn’t Dayton named the 7th most dangerous city in America a few years ago?

          Boy stop.
          we don’t believe you.
          You don’t even believe you.

        • Anonymous says:

          Below are a few recent articles regarding Ohio

          – A custody dispute between two families that erupted into the massacre of eight people in rural southern Ohio started with a plan to kill.

          – Officers who fatally shot a Black man in an Ohio emergency room last year won’t face criminal charges, a county prosecutor announced Friday.

          – Ohio man indicted for murder in grandfather’s death

    • Anonymous says:

      I do enjoy your trolling.

      Also, why are you sending your wife and children off on their own?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Someone call 911 and tell them the Police need help!


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