Top banker’s stepson murdered
IN WHAT police described as ghastly acts of murder, the bodies of two men, their hands and necks tied with cloth, were discovered in the trunk of a car outside a beach house in Manzanilla yesterday morning. The bodies bore several marks of violence
It could happen at Port-of-Spain too
DR PETRONELLA MANNING-ALLEYNE, neonatologist and head of the Neonatal Unit at the Port-of-Spain General Hospital (PoSGH), said the kidnapping of Nekeisha Noel’s newborn son from the Mt Hope Women’s Hospital has “interfered with the bonding” between mother and child.
Armed bandits terrorise Mayaro
A WEEKEND of fun at a beach house in Mayaro was short lived by 19 friends when two armed bandits stormed into the house and robbed some of them of cash, totalling $700, jewelry and cellphones during the wee hours of Saturday morning.
Man shot at home of common-law wife
Monday, November 19 2007
SHOT in the stomach by a man, Conrad Rodney managed to escape several more bullets outside the home of his common-law wife in Ste Madeleine on Friday last.
According to a police report, Rodney, 24, was with his common-law wife, Natasha Emmanuel, at her home when the couple was approached by a man at about 11.30 am. Police said that the man fired at Rodney who was hit in the stomach on the porch.
Lange Park residents in fear of crime
Call for patrols, police post
Elizabeth W Allard Tobago Bureau
Monday, November 19th 2007
Recent calls by residents of Las Lomas for a police post to be set up in their area, due to rising crime, are not new to some parts of the country not properly equipped with properly manned police stations. Just last year, residents of Lange Park made yet another of such calls after the kidnapping of resident Vindra Naipaul-Coolman. She was subsequently murdered.
Last week, as Las Lomas residents were lobbying for more security for their area, Lange Park residents were still living in fear.
Not bad for yesterday. Specially dedicated to all those who voted for the COP and PNM!