Eye on Crime
Posted: Thursday, September 5, 2013
Eye on Crime
Cops get strap-on cameras for hot spots
Angry over photo: Beetham residents burn copies of 'Newsday'
POLICE were last night investigating threats to set fire to Newsday's Port of Spain office after a photograph of an elderly woman in her underwear was published on the front page of the newspaper yesterday.
Grieving Beetham mom urges Carmona: Probe my son's death
Police change story on Beetham killing
Richardson: Cops not fired upon
Woman, 81, feels ashamed for pulling up dress
Eighty-one-year-old Inez Lewis told the media yesterday that she was ashamed of her behaviour during Monday's protest in Beetham Gardens.
Warner: Beetham protests will spread throughout country
Predicting that social upheaval similar to what occurred in Beetham Gardens will soon break out throughout T&T, Jack Warner says urgent action is needed to deal with crime.
AG: Police not targeting Afro-Trini youths
Afro-Trinidadian youths are not deliberately being targeted by police, Attorney General Anand Ramlogan said yesterday.
BOY, 11, SCARRED
11-year-old boy remains at home on extended medical leave today, four days after being struck on the left side of his face by a rock thrown at his father's vehicle by angry Beetham residents
Baby found dead at Morvant home, Police search for male relative
Police have launched a search for a male relative of an eight-month-old baby who died at his Angelina Terrace home in Morvant on Tuesday night.
PM: 'Maybe, maybe not'
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar last night indicated that she may, or may not, take a decision to reshuffle her Cabinet today.
PM to Mark: Declare Volney's seat vacant
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar is insisting the St Joseph seat held by former justice minister Herbert Volney should be declared vacant by the Speaker at tomorrow's sitting of the House of Representatives
Ghany: I gave the PM no advice
Section 49 'can still function'
The failure of the House of Representatives to make Standing Orders which acknowledge Section 49 of the Constitution dealing with crossing of the floor by Members of Parliament, does not prevent the "proper functioning" of this constitutional provision.
ILP already has 8 candidates
COP meets on local govt seats
The Congress of the People's (COP) National Council scheduled a special session last night to decide how many local government seats
Reconsider decision to change electoral process
Constitution Reform Forum urges Govt:
Remy: T&T on way to becoming a failed state
Meeting to discuss $$ for fallen officers
A MEETING of the Protective Services Compensation Committee (PSCC) - the statutory body charged with paying compensation to injured officers and their families
500 trees for Queen's Park Savannah
...to help preserve the "ecology and micro climate" of the Queen's Park Savannah (QPS)
Ganesh: Motorists to pay for damaged barriers
DRIVERS who crash into the cable barriers erected along the Solomon Hochoy Highway will soon have to pay for the damage caused.
William Latchman dies
'He worked tirelessly to help deportees...'
Man granted $.2m bail
Mom killed by 'drunk driver'
Police kill two in $4.4m drug bust
...third suspect on the run
Woman gets 43 stitches after attack by 'piper'
THE VICTIM of an attack by a street dwellerówhich occurred on Tues≠day on the Brian Lara Promenade, Port of Spainóreceived a total of 43 stitches
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