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CoP moves police to Red alert
Posted: Thursday, February 14, 2019

CoP moves police to Red alert
Hours after Minister of National Security Stuart Young said he intends to "push back" against crime, Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith raised the policing alert from amber to red, in light of a series of murders and gang-related activities

Five suspected gang bosses held
Cops in PoS crime dragnet

Young: 'Too many illegal firearms'
TTDF private wounded in Beetham

Young warns of inconvenience during crime drive

T&T will stay out Venezuela dispute - Rowley

Rowley rubbishes UNC's race baiting claim
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley says issues of race and slavery are being used to by United National Congress leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar to appeal to the emotions of Afro-Trinidadians in this country to discourage them from voting.

Don't photograph mas without permission—TTOC

Penal/Debe CEO in hot seat over hiring law firm
JOINT Select Committee (JSC) chairman Dr Varma Deyalsingh renewed his call for a system to monitor regional corporation CEOs

Judge throws out Udecott case against Hart
Hart and Bahadoorsingh filed an application to have the claim automatically struck out on the basis that Udecott did not apply to the judge hearing the case to have a case management hearing fixed after defences had been filed.

Venezuelan 'sex ring' victims still being treated
The 19 Venezuelan girls who were rescued by police from an alleged sex ring last Wednesday continue to receive treatment, both medical and psychological

Imam gets legal advice on children in Iraq

Jail for $1m jewellery store thief
A 29-year-old El Socorro man who pleaded guilty after he was caught red-handed by police robbing a Charlotte Street jewellery store of almost $1 million in merchandise last year was sentenced today to four years' hard labour

Teen fisherman tells of kidnap ordeal in Venezuela...
Ransom paid with KFC

Cousins held in Venezuela released
The Moruga youths spent a month in captivity.

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