A FALLEN HERO
Posted: Thursday, February 21, 2013
A FALLEN HERO
POLICE Sergeant Hayden Manwaring died on Tuesday night at the San Fernando General Hospital, after undergoing emergency surgery
Family says Manwaring reformed criminals: He was more than a police officer
LOVED BY ALL
Relatives, colleagues share good memories of cop killed by bandit
Ramesar: Police must wear bulletproof vests
Lawyer on shooting death of cop: He wanted to clean up South
Witness: Robber said 'I don't want to kill'
Traumatised workers of Mom's Diner in San Fernando yesterday recounted the robbery on Tuesday that led to the murder of Sgt Hayden Manwaring.
Panday: Slain cop passed over for promotion
FALLEN Sgt Hayden Manwaring was preparing to file legal action to contest the failure of the Promotion Advisory Board to elevate him to the rank of Inspector even though he had met all the requirements.
Pay family $1M
Honour Sergeant Hayden Manwaring by bestowing him with an inspector's rank and pay his family $1 million compensation for his being killed in the line of duty.
The agony of crime
46-year-old Floyd Corridon was shot dead in Straker Village, Laventille, near his home.
I wanted to keep my pulse on crime
Jack's reason for not visiting Haiti
Warner to address Flying Squad issue Friday
Dumas: Heads must fly over alleged squad
Former head of the public service Reginald Dumas says heads must roll over the alleged secret establishment of a revived Flying Squad within the Police Service.
Eight vehicles leased to start new Flying Squad
PCA to probe 'Flying Squad'
The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) is investigating reports of the existence of a New Flying Squad Investigations Unit (NFSIU), the authority said in a statement yesterday.
London's call for two councillors in Cabinet today
Tobago PNM leader Orville London's proposal for two councillors to be appointed for the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) to make up for the lack of an opposition will be discussed at today's Cabinet meeting
Javelin thrower receives award
...Census process bogus, complains Sat
Sat Maharaj, secretary general of the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha (SDMS), has labelled the process used to collate the data in the latest national census as "bogus".
Bajans choose between Stuart and Arthur
The question on the mind of Barbadians and the rest of the Caribbean is whether or not former Prime Minister Owen Arthur will return to head the island's government following today's general election.
Fuad: Probe into system after fatal scorpion sting
... death of two-year-old Faith Henry, who died after being stung by a scorpion
Traders: No horsemeat in Chinese products
While a horsemeat scandal is rocking parts of Europe, in parts of China it is considered a delicacy which fetches top dollar.
Minister: Money for used plastic bottles coming
Used plastic bottles will soon be exported in a move that will reduce flooding in T&T
Murder toll climbs to 66 as Three more gunned down
Gun violence continued to ravage communities in north Trinidad yesterday with three men being shot dead in Laventille, San Juan and Beetham, respectively, between Tuesday night and yesterday morning.
Beetham man shot dead, home burned
MINUTES after scores of police officers cleared out of Beetham Gardens yesterday morning, a man was murdered and his home burned to the ground.
'Robocop' denied bail on marijuana charge
Six days after he was arrested at the home of former drug kingpin Dole Chadee and charged with marijuana possession
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