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Suspect shot, 2 cohorts held
Posted: Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Three missing girls in abandoned house: 'Sealots residents said nothing'
COUNCILLOR for St Ann's River South Allan Samuel has called for regular police patrols in Sea Lots after missing schoolgirl Shakeela Phillip was found in an abandoned house on Monday. Police also found two other missing girls, ages 15 and 20, at the house.

She disappeared between Port of Spain and Chaguanas

Brother charged with murdering brother
A 52-year-old Couva man is expected to appear before a Couva Magistrate today, charged with the murder of his brother, Ganesh Samaroo.

Bandits strike at ice cream shop
Two bandits tried to rob the Ellerslie Plaza branch of Häagen-Dazs yesterday. However the bandits were thwarted by the ice cream shop’s workers who raised an alarm upon seeing them.

Suspect shot, 2 cohorts held
Cop killed during botched restaurant robbery

Ex-EFCL chair: I was not forced out
Former Educational Facilities Company Ltd (EFCL) chairman Arnold Piggott has insisted he was not forced out from the organisation by the People's National Movement (PNM) or by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley as publicly perceived, but rather left on his own volition.

Collusion rampant
Piggott claims PP, PNM interference at EFCL

Finance Bill in Senate today

Objections to shifting retirement age
... suggestion that it be put to a national referendum.

Stakeholders: T&T needs anti-gang law
There is a view the criminals now believe they have the upper hand and are exploiting divisions in society following the failure to pass the Anti-Gang Bill in the House of Representatives.

HDC unable to help Josephs further
The Housing Development Corporation says it cannot do anything more for former national heavyweight boxer Wendel Joseph and his wheelchair-bound wife Erica.

People with cash still in custody
The man and woman who were arrested on Thursday last, after being found with $250,000 cash are still in custody, and no charge has yet been laid against them.

Manzanilla murder suspect still in custody

Female officer in gun photo now facing probe
The T&T Police Service is now investigating one of its own, after a photo surfaced on social media over the weekend of a woman holding what appears to be a gun near the head of a baby also in her arms

Tobago prisoner escapes custody
A manhunt is in progress for a prisoner who escaped from a cell at the Scarborough Police Station over the weekend.

Driver who smashed Debe house confesses to magistrate:
I drank 7 beers and 4 Puncheon

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