POKÉMON ROBBERY, RAPE
Posted: Saturday, October 8, 2016
POKÉMON ROBBERY, RAPE
A HUNT for the online character Pokémon, led three Diego Martin women to a group of bandits in St Augustine who proceeded to rob them, abducting and raping one of the women in the process.
Psychologist warns against Pokémon addiction
PSYCHOLOGIST Anna Maria Mora says while she was not a follower of the game Pokémon Go, she knew enough to know it could become a potentially destructive addiction.
$331m Microsoft deal left idle
Cuffie hits former administration
Opposition hits Sandals
NAPARIMA MP Rodney Charles challenged Finance Minister, Colm Imbert's, claim that a Sandals Hotel in Tobago could earn this country $500 million per year
Cuffie says Govt close to making decision on CNMG and GISL
Cuffie said Government has been able to "stem the haemorrhaging of resources at both CNMG and GISL and eliminate the waste, corruption and mismanagement...
Association hails injured fire officers
Ramkisson stated that such life threatening incidents proved fire officers should also be afforded the $1 million compensation paid to families of other members of the protective services
Jealousy link in Beetham killing
The victim, Kendall Alexander, 23, was linked to three romantic relationships with women in the area.
Government not surrendering to crime
More money for 'spying'
Naparima MP Rodney Charles yesterday knocked the Government's increase to the Strategic Security Agency (SSA) "spy agency" as it slashed allocations to other arms of national security.
Consul: The Bahamas took a phenomenal beating
Dr Elaine Monica Davis, Honorary Consul for The Bahamas in Trinidad and Tobago weighed in on the damage done to the Commonwealth of the Bahamas in the wake of Hurricane Matthew
Rowley reaches out to region to lend help
Residents count their losses
Aftermath of freak floods...
Clean-up continues after South floods
Repsol to be sold to Perenco?
Sources said that issues discussed with the offer from Perenco which includes a corporate sale with guaranteed employment and no severance package will be offered.
Relief as VAT axed from yachting industry
Veteran masman Stephen Derek dies
Seven-foot snake worries Palmiste Park
...the macajuel poses little danger to people as it would avoid human interaction but it may defend itself if threatened
Dillon outlines security plan: Police, Army base for Central T'dad
Judge: Those denied bail can sue
PERSONS detained under the expired Bail (Amendment) Act of 2015 and were denied bail for 120 days would now be entitled to claim damages retroactively
Bandit shot dead in barbershop robbery
According to police reports, around 12.30 pm two men barged into Specs Cuts Barbershop along La Puerta Road, coralled the two barbers and five customers
'Hope is all I have'
Father of abducted hairdresser
Sleeping mom smothers baby
A FELICITY family is now in mourning after a sleeping woman unknowingly smothered her two-month-old son to death as they both slept on a bed on Thursday.
Woman raped at Dhein's Bay
A 23-YEAR-OLD year-old Carenage woman was raped after being taken for a drive by a man known to her.
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