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Driver charged in 2016 road death

Driver charged in 2016 road death

| 18/04/2017
(CNS): A man was charged yesterday with causing death by dangerous driving and DUI in relation to a fatal road collision 14 months ago on Shamrock Road, Savannah, near to Countryside Shopping Village. The 54-year-old man was arrested at the scene where Denvil Mitchell (40) from West Bay died in the [...]

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Suspected restaurant burglar charged

Suspected restaurant burglar charged

| 18/04/2017
(CNS): A George Town man was expected in court Tuesday after police charged him in connection with four burglaries at small restaurants in the capital over the last month. He was arrested on Thursday (13 April) after a burglary on 11 April at a restaurant on Eastern Avenue, when the suspect grabbed [...]

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Three suspects charged in Brac beating

Three suspects charged in Brac beating

| 18/04/2017
(CNS): Two teenagers and a man in his early 20’s have been charged six months after an elderly man on Cayman Brac was beaten in a bar. The 77-year-old victim was attacked and beaten at the Coral Isle bar during an altercation with a group of young men and suffered a broken wrist and broken fi [...]

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Cops release robbery suspect

Cops release robbery suspect

| 17/04/2017
(CNS) UPDATED MONDAY: A 29-year-old George Town man who was arrested in connection with the armed robbery of a cash van outside Foster’s supermarket by the airport last weekend has been released on police bail. The RCIPS made their first arrest in the case on Easter Sunday (16 April) on suspic [...]

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GT man charged with GBH for violent attack

GT man charged with GBH for violent attack

| 17/04/2017
(CNS): A 21-year-old man from George Town who was arrested on Friday in connection with a stabbing in George Town on Thursday night is due to appear in court Tuesday, having been charged with a number of serious offences. The man, who is believed to have stabbed a female relative, has been charged w [...]

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Cubans rescued as vessel hits East End reef

Cubans rescued as vessel hits East End reef

| 15/04/2017 | 20 Comments
(CNS): Twenty-nine Cuban migrants swam ashore to safety on Thursday night after their boat was stranded on a reef in East End but the Joint Marine Unit had to rescue two who were unable to swim. Members of the public called 911 at around 9:23pm after they heard the cries for help coming from the Cu [...]

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Plateless cars cause concern as numbers grow

Plateless cars cause concern as numbers grow

| 13/04/2017 | 88 Comments
(CNS): There are now hundreds of cars on Cayman’s roads with no licence plates due to unexplained delays in the Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing roll out of its new electronic plate system. The switch aimed to allow the RCIPS check the details of cars more quickly and ensure that [...]

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Woman hospitalized, suspect arrested after violent attack

Woman hospitalized, suspect arrested after violent attack

| 13/04/2017 | 7 Comments
(CNS): A woman arrived at the George Town Police Station on Wednesday evening with serious injuries to her arm and body. She was transported to hospital, where she is currently in stable condition, while a man suspected of causing her injuries is in police custody. Police have not detailed what hap [...]

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Police seek more info on robbery getaway car

Police seek more info on robbery getaway car

| 12/04/2017 | 34 Comments
(CNS): The RCIPS is asking the public for more information about the white Honda CRV that was used in the armed robbery of a cash van outside the airport Foster’s on Saturday night. The car was found with the help of the public on Monday night at the end of Admiral’s Landing, and forensic tests [...]

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RCIPS helps expose global child abuse sites

RCIPS helps expose global child abuse sites

| 12/04/2017 | 12 Comments
(CNS): The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service was instrumental in closing down child sexual abuse websites based in France and Russia that were previously unknown to authorities, as part of its collaboration with the UK charity, Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), during the course of an investigation [...]

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Police urge public to stay safe and secure over Easter

Police urge public to stay safe and secure over Easter

| 11/04/2017 | 5 Comments
(CNS): In an effort to try and keep the Easter weekend break as crime free as possible, the police are urging people to stay safe and secure by taking precautions and remaining vigilant. The RCIPS said it is important for the public to be especially careful about safety when in or around the water, [...]

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