KILLED FOR GUNS
Posted: Tuesday, May 2, 2017
KILLED FOR GUNS
THE son of deceased former Police Commissioner Noor 'Kenny' Mohammed was shot dead yesterday by bandits who robbed him and his wife of their licensed firearms at their home.
Thousands of calls intercepted by SSA
A total of 660,375 calls were intercepted by the Strategic Services Agency (SSA) in 2015, according to a report laid by National Security Minister Edmund Dillon in the Parliament.
Now high court cases stall
CASES called yesterday in the Third Criminal Assize Court in San Fernando, where Justice Marcia Ayers-Caesar was assigned to and presided over for four days
Protest pressure building up
Roget to Govt at May Day rally:
Late PM still under probe
Controversial church at Heights of Guanapo...
Roget repeats 'take your platform and go' statement
That remark landed him in hot waters with the business sector and Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley after bpTT announced it would not be constructing its Angelin platform in Trinidad
Property owners have tax hotline busy
The property tax hotline is ringing off the hook by those wanting more information.
Kamla tears up property tax form
Property tax valuators not yet on the field
THE Finance Ministry is advising property owners that assessors from its Valuation Division, "have not commenced field visits" as yet.
'Contractor' scams landlady
AN elderly woman has been scammed by a conman claiming to be a contractor working on Government projects which included the mothballed extension of the Solomon Hochoy Highway to Point Fortin.
Only 10 out of 118 schools to be repaired
EFCL memo cites $$ woes...
MSJ: Do not reduce lunch hour
SHORTENING the lunch break for primary schools does not address the core problem of violence, bullying or the absence of supervision of children
Mechanical problems delay Tobago ferries
Calypso Rose warded at hospital
CALYPSO Queen of the World McCartha "Calypso Rose" Lewis was admitted to a hospital in Paris on the weekend being treated for a case of gout.
Rowley gets more time to file defence
Transferred UN envoy sues
Road repairs coming soon
Residents assured after protests:
Deceased top cop's son killed at home
THE SON of a former police commissioner was shot dead and his wife was injured during a robbery early yesterday morning at their D'Abadie home.
Cops round up 53 in Beetham
Highway workers threatened...
Man crushed to death
A MAN was crushed to death yesterday when a concrete wall collapsed on top of him while he and another man were demolishing a house at San Fabien Road in Gasparillo.
Wife beaten with curtain rod, mop handle
A MAN who beat his wife with a curtain rod and mop handle, will tomorrow know his punishment.
Police question kidnap victim
30-year-old Barrackpore woman who, according to reports, told investigators she freed herself from inside the trunk of a B15 Nissan Sunny car where she was placed afer being abducted some two days earlier.
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