William Mitchell

204 People Murdered Between in 2018

Statistics from the Jamaica Constabulary Force have revealed that 204 persons have been killed across the nation between January 1 and Saturday, February 17. Those...

Education Ministry Assisting with Psych Assessment of Troubled Teen in Viral Voicenote

The Education Ministry says it’s helping the police to conduct a psychological assessment of a 17-year old student of Wolmer’s Boys’ School who was...

Police Increase Presence in Waterhouse & Olympic Gdns after Fatal Shootings

Operations are being intensified in sections of Waterhouse and Olympic Gardens in St. Andrew, following two shooting incidents that have left two people dead and another...

Police Identify Man Killed in Shoot-Out with Spanish Town ‘Assassins’

The man who was killed in a shoot-out between would be assassins and the police on Tuesday afternoon in the vicinity of the Spanish Town Courthouse in St. Catherine has...

Rape, Larceny & Aggravated Assault on the Rise

Rape, larceny and aggravated assault are up across the eight police divisions that make up Kingston, St. Andrew and St. Catherine. That’s according to crime...

TODSS Submits Proposed Changes to Road Traffic Act

President of the Transport Operators Development Sustainable Services (TODSS) Edgeton Newman, says his organisation has made a submission to the Upper House of...

Judges’ ‘Administrative Meeting’ Forces Halt to Corporate Area Court Proceedings

Court proceedings across the island are being disrupted today as a number of judges are convening in what they’re describing as an administrative meeting....

182 Murders in 41 Days of 2018

A total of 182 people have been murdered in the first 41 days of 2018. The figure represents an increase of 14.5-percent when compared with the same period of January 1...

Justice Patrick Robinson Bats for Prosecutorial Appeal

International Court of Justice Judge, Justice Patrick Robinson, says there should be a Constitutional amendment that’ll give the prosecution the right to appeal a...

$500k Fines Coming for Causing Death by Careless Driving

Motorists charged with careless driving leading to a collision could face a maximum fine of $500,000 and up to five years in prison if someone is killed as a result of...