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Showing posts from June, 2012

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Sexual Predator On The Loose

 CARIBARENA ANTIGUA : "Antigua St. John’s - A sexual predator is on the loose in the Grays Farm/Green Bay community. Armed with a gun and wearing a mask to hide his identity, the perpetrator is preying on single women while they are in their homes. Police sources say the man has attacked over 20 women in the community over the last year and a half. He gains entry to the homes by breaking in and then commands his victims to take off their clothes, violates them and then he forces them watch as he masturbates. "

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Dad shot dead : "A FATHER’S DREAM  to be at his son’s graduation yesterday ended tragically  Monday night   when he was  gunned down outside  his home. Elvin Adolphus Thomas, a 59-year-old supervisor of the Barbados Water Authority (BWA), was killed execution-style when he disembarked from his jeep  in the garage of his  home at Lower Estate,  St Michael."

Millionaire calls in pundit, police after 'strange fires'

Trinidad Express Newspaper  "Police are investigating reports of several mysterious fires at the home of a millionaire Central businessman. Investigators said the fires began on June 14, after a female employee, a national of Guyana, was dismissed. Another unexplained fire erupted on Tuesday, the businessman reported to the Freeport Police Station. Police said the female employee made several threats against the family. The police, fire service and a spiritual leader have been called in to assist the family, who live in a mansion, in Freeport. The family estimates losses at $550,000."

Dominican found guilty : "A Dominican man has been found guilty of murdering Barbadian Corey Rohan Poleon. Sherman Webb was convicted of the capital crime at the Roseau High Court yesterday in the Commonwealth of Dominica, ending a week-long trial that had barely attracted interest in the island."

Young Man Shoot and Killed

CARIBARENA ANTIGUA : "Antigua St John's - Homicide struck in Antigua & Barbuda for yet another time this year as a young man in his twenties was shot and killed at Sandhaven area early on Thursday evening. Details remained sketchy till late on Thursday, but the police homicide unit was on the scene shortly after the event and immediately commenced its investigations. Up until 9.45 pm detectives were still waiting for a medical officer to pronounce the victim dead so that matters could proceed apace. "

Court upholds Buju conviction : "Jamaican reggae superstar Buju Banton today lost his appeal against the ten-year prison sentence he is now serving. The ruling was handed down today in the United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit. Today, the Appeals Court rejected all the claims in the Grammy-winning entertainer’s appeal and sided with prosecutors. "

Coudray-Greaves probe intensifies

Coudray-Greaves probe intensifies : "Who killed Michelle Coudray-Greaves? This is what Jamaican authorities are trying to determine as they launch a formal homicide investigation into the killing of the daughter of San Fernando Mayor Marlene Coudray. According to Superintendent Steve Brown, the Head of the Constabulary Communications Network, his department is treating the death of Michelle Coudray-Greaves as a homicide."

3 years for Stanford’s former investment chief : "HOUSTON, Texas – A week after he was jailed for life, Allen Stanford’s former chief investment officer has agreed to plead guilty and serve three years in prison for her role in Stanford’s seven-billion-US-dollar Ponzi scheme involving Antigua-based Stanford International Bank (SIB), according to reports."

Burnt body is missing T&T teacher

Jamaica Gleaner : "The burnt body found in a cane field in Montego Bay, last Monday, has been identified positively as that of missing Trinidad & Tobago school teacher, Michelle Coudray-Greaves, based on forensic results released to the police earlier today. "

Spencer takes swipe at ALP affinity for Stanford | Antigua Observer Newspaper

 Antigua Observer Newspaper : "St. Johns Antigua- Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer says the 110-year jail sentence that was imposed on former investor Allen Stanford is small comfort for Antigua & Barbuda. The prime minister commented on the matter yesterday while delivering the feature address at a ceremony to mark the official opening of the new Inland Revenue building in the Woods Centre."

Ganja in oranges

-- : "FORTY-ONE PACKAGES of marijuana with a street value of $800 000 were discovered yesterday at four supermarkets in shipments of oranges imported from Jamaica."

Killed by her 'pets' : "Petting rats, however, was more recent. In fact, many became aware of 'Girly's "sick" antics only when her body was found two Saturdays ago gnawed by the four-legged scavengers she had befriended."

Texas financier R. Allen Stanford gets 110 years in Ponzi scheme : "HOUSTON -- Texas billionaire financier R. Allen Stanford was sentenced to 110 years in prison Thursday for running what authorities have called one of the largest Ponzi schemes in U.S. history. The sentence was handed down by U.S. District Judge David Hittner in Houston after a court hearing at which Stanford, 62, spoke, followed by two investors."

Woman charged with attempted murder

Antigua Observer Newspaper : "ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Jasmine Ledette, 65, of Bendals has been remanded to Her Majesty’s Prison on a charge of attempted murder after appearing before Magistrate Veronica Thomas yesterday. Ledette is alleged to have attempted to murder her 42-year-old daughter, Maudelyn Simon, who is still hospitalised at the Mount St John’s Medical Centre."

REDjet declares insolvency

 Jamaica Gleaner : "A day after dismissing its 94 workers, the Barbadian discount carrier REDjet yesterday announced it is insolvent. Redjet says as a result it will suspend all operations in Barbados and that it regrets the decision and its impact on suppliers, staff and passengers. "

From Dudus' cell: Convicted gangster pours out his heart in letters : "CHRISTOPHER 'Dudus' Coke, the convicted gang leader who the United States Government described as a drug kingpin, spent much of the past two years since his extradition in June 2010 writing letters from behind the bars of a small cell which, he said, was called "the hole" . Some of the letters, shared with the Jamaica Observer yesterday by his cousin Tanisha, gave insight into Coke's frame of mind while awaiting the conclusion of his trial."

Man Wanted in Connection to Shootings

 CARIBARENA ANTIGUA : "Antigua St John's - The Police are appealing to the general public for their assistance in locating Robert Spencer Jr. Aka “Robbie” of Friars Hill Rd\Hodges Bay area. He is approximately 5ft-7ins in height. He is dark in complexion, and weighs about 140-160lbs. He is wanted in connection with the recent spate of shootings in the Villa and Point Communities, and other Drugs related offences."