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Ex-con head severed, placed on table at rumshop
Posted: Thursday, February 21, 2013

Ex-con head severed, placed on table at rumshop
La Romaine residents were paralysed with horror yesterday when they found the decapitated head of a 33-year-old ex-convict which was placed on display outside a bar.

An ex-prisoner who was decapitated, a 70-year-old grandmother and the brother of a police sergeant are among the latest murders to rock the country.


Manning suffers seizure and rushed to hospital
Former Prime Minister Patrick Manning, 66, spent the night at the San Fernando General Hospital where he was warded after suffering a seizure at his San Fernando East constituency office

Manning back in hospital

Manning suffers seizure

'Prayer warrior' hog-tied, strangled
Carmen Ramjattan,70, who has been described as a true "prayer warrior"

Brother of police welfare association official killed
... the brother of a senior officer was gunned down on his way to work.

Slain officer's gun found behind apt building
THE service revolver belonging to slain Police Sergeant Hayden Manwaring was found hidden behind an apartment building in San Fernando on Wednesday night.

Benefits for Manwaring's wife, children
THE wife and children of fallen Police Sergeant Hayden Manwaring will be the first to benefit from the National Security Officers Foundation (NSOF).

Shot cop: I will carry on

PSC chairman admits: Crime Plans have Failed
Foreigner as CoP still a possibility—Deosaran

PM: No rogue police to fight crime
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar last night declared that Government will not sanction the operation of any illegal unit in Trinidad and Tobago in order to curb crime in the country.

Warner denies Flying Squad
EXCERPTS from the Scott Drug Report were read out at the weekly Cabinet meeting...

Ag CoP questioned on Flying Squad
THE Police Service Commission (PSC) has questioned Acting Commissioner of Police (CoP) Stephen Williams about reports of the existence of a New Flying Squad Investigation Unit ...

The myth of the 'action man'
Seven months ago, he was appointed Minister of National Security by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, who then endorsed him as a "man of action" who "would make a difference" in the fight against crime.

Vehicle entitlements for diplomats
DIPLOMATS will be entitled to drive in designated diplomatic vehicles...

MV Su for sale
THE controversial boat MV Su, is to be put up for sale, along with three other water-taxis...

Dr Tim to probe '$180m school'
Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh says an investigation has been launched into multi-million-dollar cost overruns at Couva West Secondary School

Mom of children with burns sent to St Ann's
A 25-year-old mother who is alleged to have burnt her three children's hands on a stove has been sent to the St Ann's Hospital by a Sangre Grande magistrate.

Guilty of sex with 9-year-old sister
A 28-year-old Claxton Bay man was yesterday found guilty of having sexual intercourse on two occasions with his sister

$66,000 in fines
A TOTAL of $66,000 in fines was handed by a Chaguanas magistrate to six men who appeared before him on Wednesday charged with copyright infringement and illegal vending offences.

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