COP HELD AS CRIME BOSS
Posted: Saturday, August 19, 2017
COP HELD AS CRIME BOSS
A police inspector with over 25 years service, assigned to the Organised Crime Narcotics and Firearms Bureau remained in a cell at the Fraud Squad's Port of Spain office yesterday having been arrested at the Piarco International Airport
Top COP may get 11th extension
Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams may be in line for an 11th extension as early as the first week in November.
Colon of girl, 2, ruptured
Doctors try to save a life after brutal beating
New social safety net plan coming
A National Social Mitigation Plan has been developed to assist retrenched workers among others during the current economic downturn.
MovieTowne's Chins rescue Haleema
Within one day, Haleema's parents, according to representing attorney Gerald Ramdeen, were able to raise $300,000 via corporate sponsors and were just short of $100,000.
Coporate TT rallies behind Haleema
'Twister' victims beg for help
An appeal has been made to the corporate community to lend a helping hand to the 22 families affected by a "twister" which tore through the community of Aripero on Thursday.
Families pick up pieces after storm
ONE Day after a "tornado" tore through the village of Rousillac, Dow Village near Oropouche, ripping off the roofs off nearly 12 houses
Medical Assoc PRO: Doctors must update skills
CARPHA: 'Red eye' on the rise
The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) says it is monitoring reported outbreaks of conjunctivitis (red eye) at health facilities and medical practices in several Caribbean islands.
Court freezes soldiers' assets
As probe continues into $1.4m fraud at Teteron
Gate will be accessible to needy—Garcia
COP elections put off again
Nicole Dyer-Griffith has lost her bid to contest the election for the post of political leader of the Congress of the People with her candidacy having been deemed invalid.
Judge agrees COP election must be postponed
THE three women vying for political leadership of the Congress of the People (COP) in elections carded for tomorrow will have to wait a bit longer.
Ex-ministers to give evidence
Piarco Airport corruption case nears end
Lawyers paid to talk rubbish
AS THE Dana Seetahal preliminary inquiry continued yesterday...
Three shot at jobsite
According to reports around 2 pm, the men, ages 22, 23 and 24, were constructing a wall at the St Paul's Recreation Ground opposite the Bethlehem Girls' RC School, when they were ambushed by two gunmen.
5 months jail for bribe offer
The Chinese national who offered a $2,000 bribe to a police officer to to turn a blind eye to her relative's illegal status in the country has been jailed for five months.
Four Venezuelans detained
FOUR VENEZUELAN fishermen whose ages range from 43 to 63 were detained on Thursday afternoon by the Coast Guard and later handed over to the Mayaro Police and Customs and Excise
Moruga woman dies after setting herself on fire
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