GIRL, 4, RAPED
Posted: Thursday, July 12, 2018
GIRL, 4, RAPED
Ex-government minister’s son under probe
Trinidad under adverse weather watch
The public is being asked to prepare for extreme weather conditions starting this afternoon and lasting into tomorrow.
Conflicting reports on Marlene
Conflicting reports emerged yesterday over Marlene McDonald’s health status. And the Government was forced to issue a release which confirmed the public administration minister is “seriously ill” and “is warded at St Clair Medical Centre”.
Cops, soldiers to protect liming spaces
No special treatment for Imbert’s son says police
ASP Michael Jackman said he was aware of the public’s perception in the matter involving Adrian Imbert, but stressed that no special treatment was given.
Why’s he being scandalised?
Finance Minister Colm Imbert yesterday admitted that the cellphone belonging to his 25-year-old son Adrian Imbert, which was stolen in a robbery last Friday, had sensitive personal information on it.
Cop dies from burn injuries
Two days after he set himself on fire, SRP Gary Alexander has died.
Homeowners owe WASA bulk of $604 million
Residential homeowners are responsible for the bulk of $604 million owed to the Water and Sewerage Authority by various sectors.
$14m walkover for water taxi hub
Galleons Passage leaves Cuba
PM: Crime fight is not lost
Community service for ganja smoker
A SAN JUAN woman who told a magistrate she smokes marijuana as a way to suppress her anger, was on Tuesday ordered to perform 80 hours of community service by a San Fernando magistrate.
Man spared jail on gun charge
A father of three who is considered to be an outstanding person in his community has been fined $20,000 for being in possession of a loaded gun some 17 years ago.
5 charged in connection with killing of shop owner
Bandit killed by prison officer in Arouca
Two others arrested
...Bandit slain as prison guards foil robbery
Early Anti-Gang hiccup
The recent passing of the Anti-Gang Legislation may have stumped the intelligence gathering and investigative work of the T&T Police Service, forcing them to return to the drawing board on cases being made against key members of the criminal element.
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