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Chandler charged with 5 offences
Posted: Saturday, October 23, 2021

Chandler charged with 5 offences
T&T Police Service (TTPS) Legal Unit head Christian Chandler was last night slapped with five criminal charges arising out of an incident aboard a yacht on August 5.

$1 million bail for Chandler
That bail was granted by a Justice of the Peace after Chandler, 43, of Haleland Park, Maraval, was slapped with five criminal charges by officers of the Professional Standards Bureau (PSB) after being pointed out during an identification parade earlier in the day.

Remember the good the Imam did, says son
Fuad Abu Bakr, son of 1990 insurrectionist Imam Yasin Abu Bakr, urged mourners to do so yesterday at the funeral service for his father.

Tearful Gene Samuel hails Paul on historic silver
NICHOLAS PAUL ended a 30-year drought when he became Trinidad and Tobago's first cyclist to grab a world cycling medal after legendary national cyclist Gene Samuel accomplished the feat in 1991. Samuel was brought to tears following Paul's historic ride.

16 more Delta cases, 4 Covid deaths

No bail for Trinis charged in Grenada bank robbery
Five Trinidad and Tobago nationals who attempted to rob a branch of the Grenada Cooperative Bank (GCB) on the island of Carriacou on Monday, have been remanded into custody after making a court appearance here yesterday.

State loses appeal in prisoners' lawsuit over beatings after riot
The Court of Appeal has rejected an appeal over a judge's decision to partially uphold the class action lawsuit of a group of prisoners, who were beaten by prison officers, police officers and soldiers following sustained rioting at the remand section of the Golden Grove Prison, Arouca, in 2006.

DPP's office to reindict 10 cops with misbehaviour in office charges
The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has moved to reindict 10 police officers accused of dousing a Sangre Grande man with boiling water, before applying pepper sauce to his burn wounds during an interrogation in 2015.

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