'Person of interest' in custody
Posted: Wednesday, June 13, 2012
'Person of interest' in custody
A man described by Jamaican police authorities as a "person of interest" has been detained in connection with the disappearance of Trinidadian mother Michelle Coudray-Greaves, 38, in Jamaica, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Steve Brown told Newsday yesterday.
Suspect held: Michelle still 'missing' say Jamaican cops
JAMAICAN detectives investigating the disappearance and possible murder of Michelle Coudray-Greaves, daughter of San Fernando Mayor Marlene Coudray, have held one man who is now in custody.
Man quizzed in Michelle's death
The Jamaica Police have detained a man, who has been described as a person of interest, as investigations continue into the disappearance and death of Michelle Coudray-Greaves.
Kamla: My prayers are with you
AS Jamaican police worked yesterday to get legally satisfactory proof that the burnt body found on Monday in Jamaica was that of Michelle Coudray, condolences were offered to her mother Marlene Coudray who is the Mayor of San Fernando and deputy political leader of the United National Congress.
PNM: We'll wait for confirmation
The People's National Movement (PNM) does not want to send out condolences to Marlene Coudray and Larry Achong, until there is official confirmation that the burnt body found in a Jamaican canefield in Montego Bay is that of the San Fernando Mayor's daughter, Michelle.
...Dial's gloating disgusting, says Warner
Government Minister Jack Warner yesterday criticised senior member of the Congress of the People (COP) Nalini Dial for "gloating" over the disappearance of San Fernando Mayor Marlene Coudray's daughter.
Moonilal: A tragedy of highest proportion
HOUSING Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal made a visit to the home of San Fernando Mayor Marlene Coudray late Monday night describing the disappearance of her daughter in Jamaica as a tragedy.
Devant: Repairs push costs to over $100m
Millions were spent on repairs and maintenance of the four water taxis which escalated the cost of the vessels to over $100 million, says Transport Minister Devant Maharaj.
Minister defends water taxis sale
MINISTER of Transport and Infrastructure Jack Warner yesterday defended the sale of three water-taxis and the MV Su as he also criticised the former PNM regime for racking up hefty bills for the upkeep of these vessels.
Govt moves to settles wages
WORKS and Infrastructure Minister Jack Warner who is also the chairman of the United National Congress (UNC) - the main political party in the People's Partnership - is expected to be in Tobago within a fortnight to assist the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) in its campaign for the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) elections which are due next year.
PoS traffic plan to begin July 11
It's going ahead. On July 11, Ariapita Avenue, Wrightson Road and Tragarete Road will all be converted into one-way routes. Port-of-Spain mayor Louis Lee Sing yesterday said final plans were coming together.
IDB, Atlantic partner for development in southwest
The Inter-American Development Bank and Atlantic will be pumping $7 million to boost business entrepreneurship in the southwestern peninsula.
National Parent Teachers Association: Character education a good move
The teaching of character education in primary schools is long overdue. President of the National Parent Teachers Association (NPTA) Zena Ramatali yesterday welcomed the move.
Pan Trinbago calls for meeting
PAN TRINBAGO is calling on Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh to meet to discuss the future of the Pan in the Classroom (PIC) programme and status of pan tutors in schools.
'Directors spent big'
...while members' cheques bounced
Cop fined $6,000 for drunk driving
A POLICE officer attached to the Inter Agency Task Force (IATF) was yesterday slapped with a $6,000 fine when he reappeared in the Port of Spain Magistrates' Court charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol.
Driver killed as car rams parked wrecker
AN early-morning crash along the Uriah Butler Highway has claimed the life of a 27-year-old Chaguanas man.
Sando youth tells magistrate: The puncheon send me crazy
A young man who decided to drown his grief in puncheon rum after his brother was murdered, ended up being arrested hours later for pelting a woman's car.
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