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Posted: Thursday, July 17, 2014

SEVEN police officers including a female officer, from the Princes Town Police Station appeared in court yesterday charged with misbehaviour in public office related to setting fire to a teenager at that police station in December.

Seven cops charged with misbehaving
After claims by teen of being burnt in police station...

…granted $.3m bail for allegedly setting fire to teenager in police custody

...Lucky: Charges laid on PCA's recommendations
Investigations into the matter involving teenager Jamerson John

Top cop: No reports of soldier brutality
... he could only investigate and prosecute the matters if those affected actually reported these incidents to the police.

Top Cop condemns soldiers' actions

Laventille man: I was also beaten

Relatives claim soldiers kidnap 'Bandy's' brother in Grenada
Relatives of Duane Skeete, the brother of Dillon "Bandy" Skeete, who is allegedly being sought by soldiers for the shooting death of their colleague Kayode Thomas are now claiming that Duane has been kidnapped by soldiers

Top cop waiting on St Michael's letter
ACTING Police Commissioner Stephen Williams said yesterday he was as yet unaware of the details of a letter sent to his office by Attorney General Anand Ramlogan calling for an investigation into St Michael's School for Boys.

Aunt of boy who died at St Michael's School pleads: Don't dismiss report

Organisations concerned bill may not pass
Parliament should not go into recess until the passage of the long overdue procurement legislation.

Investments in energy at highest since downturn
Minister Ramnarine:

Need US currency
TTMA having severe problems.

Citizens relieved to find service at passport office

King George V Park to be renamed for Nelson Mandela
Tomorrow at 10 am, in a ceremony involving the Port-of-Spain City Corporation and the South African High Commission, King George V Park will be renamed the Nelson Mandela Park

Professor Castro delivers feature address at UWI
Professor Dr Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart, son of former president of the Republic of Cuba Dr Fidel Castro, delivered the feature address at a special lecture held at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine yesterday.

Move to beef up sea patrols
Aftermath of LNG tanker robbery

Fourth case of Chikungunya? Health Minister not sure
Health Minister, Dr Fuad Khan, yesterday was unable to confirm whether the nation had recorded its fourth case of the Chikungunya virus.

London: Don't panic
Tobago records 2 murders in 48 hours

Accuracy over speed in Dana's murder case

Municipal police walk off the job
Officers protest poor working conditions, no $1,000 allowance as yet

Three get $.29m bail for attempted murder
Three men, including two teenagers, were yesterday granted cumulative bail of $290,000 after they appeared before a Sangre Grande magistrate on charges of attempted murder, kidnapping and robbery with violence.

Senior cop wrongly identifies accused
ONE of the four police officers who gave evidence during the Vindra Naipaul-Coolman murder trial at the Hall of Justice in Port of Spain yesterday wrongly identified one of the accused

Shotgun blast to the face
A BLANCHISSEUSE family remains traumatised after a gardener and father of two was shot in the face and killed as he slept on a bed next to his horrified wife

Retired policeman takes own life

RETIRED policeman Jules George, 56, committed suicide at his home in Mt Hope.

Petrotrin worker shot dead
POLICE are investigating the murder of a Petrotrin employee who was shot not far from his home in Barrackpore.

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