CRIMINALS ON PATROL
Posted: Friday, February 23, 2018
CRIMINALS ON PATROL
IN THE absence of regular police foot patrols, criminals have taken to patrolling their territories which include several residential neighbourhoods in Diego Martin, Catholic priest Fr Ashton Gomez revealed on Wednesday
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No foul scent, but water tables could be compromised in Point
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Bias against me
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Review school security now
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Criminals will target revellers
J’Ouvert bands on shift to PoS:
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Mom, dad, children arrested
...charged with possession of guns, ammo
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