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A group of Trinidad and Tobago medical students in Cuba are scheduled to return home today on a Caribbean Airlines repatriation flight.
Three alleged senior gang leaders from north Trinidad were among 61 people arrested on Friday evening during an exercise in Belmont. They were held at a house on Belle Eau Road shortly after 6 pm.
A popular businessman and pharmacist was found dead upstairs his Fit for Life Pharmacy in Chase Village, Chaguanas, on Friday.Robert Soogrim's body was found by a close male relative on the third floor of the home. Police said a note was found near the body but they do not believe it was written by Soogrim.
This is what Dr Wesley Greaves, the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Nexgen Pathology, says is his business’ core value and it is also what he believes will make it successful.
An autopsy on the body of Ornella Greaves, the pregnant mother of five who was shot during Tuesday’s protest along the Beetham Highway, has concluded that she died from gunshot wounds. But the woman’s common-law-husband, Darren Joseph, left the Forensic Science Centre in St James a disappointed man on Friday because many of the questions which he had were not answered.
St Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves, who assumed chairmanship of Caricom on Friday, says the agenda of battling COVID-19 and restarting regional transportation will continue.
The Morvant Police are actively searching for 33-year-old Joevon Inniss, of Ninth Avenue, Barataria. Joevon was last seen at home on June 30th. He was reported missing on July 1st.
Joevon is of mixed descent, 5 feet tall with a slim build, dark complexion, brown eyes, black hair with cornrows, moustache and a small goatee.
He was last seen wearing a brown jersey, and khaki three-quarter pants and black Huarache Nike sneakers. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Joevon Inniss is asked to contact the Morvant Police Station at 624-3737, 627-2981, 800-TIPS or contact the police at 555, 999, 911 or share information via the TTPS App.
The announcement was made by Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley in the Parliament a short while ago.
Keith Balcon, 49, of Mc Carthy Street, Upper Santa Cruz, was charged with two counts of attempted murder yesterday.
He is scheduled to appear at the Port of Spain Magistrates’ Court today.
Marijuana trees valued at $650,000 were seized and destroyed by officers of the Roxborough Police Station Special Investigations Unit on July 2nd.
Three men and one woman have been charged with the murder of a 64-year-old businessman, Koongebeharry Jaisarie. Nigel Winchester, 40, Dwayne Marcelle, 36, Kourtney Grayson, 34, and Margaret Waheed were formally charged yesterday on advice received from Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard.
They are expected to appear virtually at the Scarborough Magistrates’ Court, later today. Koongebeharry Jaisarie, of Carenage, was reported missing on June 7th, 2020. He was last seen in Trinidad on June 4th, 2020, when he travelled to Tobago. His body was discovered on June 23rd, 2020, buried behind an unfinished concrete structure in Lowlands, Tobago.
The Princes Town Police are actively searching for 46-year-old Chrs Parmanand, of Garth Road, Princes Town. Chris was last seen at home on November 18th. He was reported missing on January 11th.
Chris is of East Indian descent, 6 feet, 5 inches tall, brown complexion low greying hair. He has a scar on his right upper arm approximately one inch in length “L” shaped.
The Ministry of Health provides the following clinical update as of the morning of Friday 3rd July, 2020:
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