New year bloodshed
Posted: Friday, January 3, 2014
New year bloodshed
Grief as 7 killed in 48 hours
2014 murder toll takes off with 6 more in 2 days
Seven murders have been committed in the first two days of the new year.
$8m spent so far
1,200 barrels recovered at La Brea oil spill...
Specialised tools used to start leaks
Gillette: Sabotage behind two oil spills
Residents block Coffee Beach clean-up: demand proper care
Dumas: PM's talk of dialogue too late
Dumas was responding to Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar's plan to engage citizens in a national conversation, starting this month
Memorial site desecrated
Thieves make off with photo, candles and flowers
Nizam: Griffith has no power to fire rogue cops
...the power to fire, hire or promote a police officer never lay with any national security minister
Shooting victim still critical in hospital
Wife of slain pastor hopes son able to attend funeral...
Sleeping couple hacked to death
Borde Narve, Princes Town: 50-year-old tradesman Omardath Deokienanan and his common-law wife Sharon Bahadoor, 47
Tobago records first murder: suspect held
The first murder victim in Tobago for 2014 is Toco resident Curtis Lovelace, 54.
Kidnap suspect held
AFTER running from the law for more than two weeks, the man suspected of kidnapping six-year-old Keyianna Noel was yesterday found by officers of the North Eastern Division task Force (NEDTF)
Social Welfare officers join search for 2-year-old Kassie
THE Social Welfare Department of the Ministry of the People and Social Development has gotten involved in the search for two-year-old Kassie Providence
Cops asked to hand over footage of burnt teen
THE legal department of the Police Service has been asked to hand over footage of teenager Jamerson John during time in custody at the Princes Town Police Station.
Four held for selling fireworks without permit
Four vendors were arrested at Woodford, Queen and Green Streets, in the Eastern Borough
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