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Friday, May 1

= Customs Officers Questioned About Suspicious Activity

WINN FM 98.9  "St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN):  Customs officers are being questioned in an investigation into suspicious activity at the Department, according to reports reaching WINN FM.
As of Thursday, no officers have been taken into custody or charged, and none had been suspended.  The joint Customs and Police investigation is said to be in the preliminary stages."




Airport blunder

CANANEWS "BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Apr. 30, CMC – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and airport officials are investigating an incident at the Grantley Adams International Airport in which security officers were summoned for the Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Dr. Ralph Gonsalves."




Wednesday, November 12

Three murders in 15 hours in St. Vincent ( video)

I-Witness News: "Police in St. Vincent and the Grenadines are investigating three murders on the weekend that have brought the homicide count this year to 36, matching the existing record.
“Police can confirm that for the past 15 hours or so we have received reports of three murders,” detective Station Sergeant Trevor Bailey told reporters on Sunday in Kingstown Park, where Keon Lawrence was found dead near a riverbank.
Residents of the area, which boundaries Kingstown, said they heard shots in the community Saturday night."




Wednesday, October 1

#Ebola - Google+

#Ebola - Google+: "One of the most important tools we have to prevent the spread of #Ebola is contact tracing. Contact tracing is finding everyone who came in direct contact with a sick Ebola patient"