This Week in Crime 08/01/2018

Dillon: Perpetrators will feel full brunt of the law
A Laventille man was arrested yesterday afternoon in connection with the double murder at Pelican Extension, Trou Macaque, Laventille

Mayhem in Laventille as schoolchild shot dead
A shooting in Trou Macaque, Morvant, has reportedly left a driver and three schoolchildren injured.

Bullets before bodies burn

Taxi driver charged with murder of Arisa
Taxi driver Joseph Bryan Bennett has been charged with the murder of his former common-law wife Arisa Vana David, less than a week after she was killed in front of her two children at her Chaguanas home.

Mechanic charged with retired cop’s murder
Police have charged a Longdenville mechanic with one of the first murders committed this year.

Whiteland man charged with murder
A 37-year-old Whiteland man appeared before a Siparia magistrate yesterday charged with the murder of his neighbour Daveanand Ramsingh last April.

Cuban asylum seekers get bail on obstruction charges

House burnt down days after murder
Gunmen set fire to a house in Claxton Bay early Saturday morning, two days after 23-year-old Jeremiah ‘G5’ Stephen was shot dead inside the bedroom of the building owned by his girlfriend.

2 thoughts on “This Week in Crime 08/01/2018”

  1. Cops go after new leads in Joshua’s killing
    According to new information Joshua Andrews was part of a gang and was believed to have been involved in a shooting that occurred on Sunday night where 37-year-old Andrei Pereira was killed.

    Relatives of murdered PH driver: He was warned

    After shocking murders: Ministers meet with traumatised pupils

    Schoolmates of boy murdered in Morvant: We heard the shots

    Fake cops involved in home invasion
    THIEVES pretending to be police officers robbed a Guaico man of his car and cash last night.

    Father tells court he robbed grocery because his children were hungry
    …but he claimed the police framed him with marijuana and ammunition.

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