Category: Crime and Court

Police Identify Bodies of Two Murdered in Denham Town

The police have identified the two people who were murdered in Denham Town Wednesday. Dead are 58-year-old higgler, Jennifer Bruce and 20-year-old Taj Gordon also known...

Woman Held following $5m Illegal Cigarette Bust

A woman is in custody in connection with the seizure of $5-million worth of illegally imported cigarettes. The seizure was made today in York Town, Clarendon....

At Least 411 Murders in 2018

At least 411 people have been murdered across the island, since the start of the year. That’s according to the latest crime statistics from the...

St Andrew Businessman Freed of Gun & Assault Charges

A St. Andrew-based businessman, Mark Nooks, has been freed of gun and assault charges. Mr. Nooks was freed in the Gun Court in Downtown Kingston yesterday. He had been...

Police Launch 30-Day Initiative to Quell Southern St Andrew Crime

There’s a thirty-day initiative underway in the St. Andrew South police division to stem an upsurge of violent crimes in the area. That’s according to Head...

The Police High Command Concerned about calls to End St James SOE

The Police High Command is expressing concerns about calls for the State of Public Emergency in St. James to come to an end. Among those making the call is Public...

Godfrey Stewart High Mourns Young Stand-Out

The Godfrey Stewart High School in Westmoreland was plunged into mourning yesterday following the shooting death of a grade 11 student. Dead is 18-year-old Stefan...

St Thomas Man Charged with With Murder after Confessing to Killing Girlfriend

A man who confessed to killing his girlfriend in St. Thomas has been charged with her murder. He is Kemar Lawson. The St. Thomas Police say Lawson strangled his...

Self-Declared “Bad Police” Suspended After Foul-Mouth Rant Goes Viral

Police Commissioner, Major General Antony Anderson, has placed a Police Corporal from the Trelawny division on suspension. The disciplinary action was spawned by the...

Department of Correctional Services Distances Itself from Inmates Alleged ‘Sexcapades’

The Department of Correctional Services, DCS, is distancing itself from a probe into allegations that convicted murderer, Michael McLean, was allowed to leave the Tower...