Over $22B in suspicious transactions
Posted: Thursday, December 21, 2017
Latest FIU reports over $22B in suspicious transactions
The Financial Intelligence Unit has reported a 500 per cent increase in the monetary value of suspicious transactions and suspicious activity between 2016 and 2017 with the monetary value growing from $4.5 billion to $22.2 billion
$441 million Red House restoration in photos
Record 1,014 firearms seized
Top cop praises officers for 'highest total of guns in English-speaking Caribbean'...
3 in court for murder of reserve cop
Three men accused of murdering Special Reserve Police officer Richard Babwah and robbing the owner of a Chinese restaurant appeared in court jointly charged with the crimes yesterday.
School fights part of growing up, says Minister
Accused the media of blowing these incidents out of proportion.
Leave my private life alone—Young
Reports are that Young's landlord is a top official of State-owned oil company Petrotrin, which only last week appeared before the Joint Select Committee of Parliament on Energy.
Nothing to trigger Section 137 probe
Al-Rawi on CJ matter
PSC against voting for top CoP
4 divisions struggling with crime detection
State to pay prisoner $240,000 for beating
A High Court judge has ordered the State to compensate a murder accused on remand at the Maximum Security Prison in Arouca for a beating he received by prison guards in 2014.
Gold medal on Sunday, court fine on Tuesday
...Taekwondo champ pleads guilty to ganja trafficking
After three trials, murder accused wins his freedom
12 guns, 2164 rounds of ammunition found in bedroom
As police officers continue to crack down on illegal guns, especially in south Trinidad, one of the biggest hauls was made yesterday at a house in Barrackpore
Body of ex-con found in trunk
Homicide detectives probing the murder of Kerwin Buchan have found two criminal records that may give insight into the reason for his death.
Man shot in mother's presence
Relatives of 28-year-old Jerome Samaroo are in a state of trauma after he was gunned down in front of his mother at the family's restaurant in Factory Road, Diego Martin on Saturday.
Three sentenced to hang for fruit vendor's murder
Randy Marcano, Eshton "Ashton" Bowen, and Roger "Panman" Edwards were charged with Glasgow's murder on July 8, 2009.
3 fined for throwing debris on highway
Three men who threw burning debris across the east-bound lane of the Churchill Roosevelt Highway on Saturday have each been fined $150 by an Arima magistrate.
Westmoorings bandits escape by boat
Police public information officer acting ASP Michael Jackman yesterday said the home of a well-known business owner in West Mall was robbed on Tuesday.
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