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United National Congress Senator Wade Mark is calling for answers surrounding Government’s distribution of LED light bulbs.
Fourteen people have been arrested by officers of the Major Operations Unit (MOU) for Breach of Covid-19 Regulations during anti-crime exercise conducted in the Northern Division.
An acting Senior Superintendent of Police Service, who was last in charge of the Emergency Response Patrol Unit (ERP), was granted $100,000 bail on charges of indecent assault and serious indecency against a female police officer.
Officers of the Belmont Police Station are actively searching for 16-year-old Keshaun Abdool. Keshaun was last seen at his Norfolk Street, Belmont home at 7:30 am on September 19th. He was reported missing September 21st.
A bank teller from Penal was arrested and several marijuana plants were seized by officers of the Southern Division Task Force, during an anti-crime exercise conducted this morning.
According to police reports, officers conducted the exercise between the hours of 12:15 am and 5 am during which they executed a search warrant for firearms and ammunition at the Clarke Road, Penal, home of a 34-year-old man.
One man was arrested and a firearm and a magazine with eight rounds of 40 calibre ammunition were seized during a police exercise yesterday.
The exercise coordinated by Snr Supt Aguilal and conducted in Sangre Grande between 1 pm and 4 pm was supervised by Sgt Harper and Cpl Ramnarine and included Officers of Sangre Grande Criminal Investigation Department and Special Operations Unit.
A retired medical doctor was robbed at gunpoint of a large sum of money at his Palmiste home this morning. A police report stated that Michael Leon Poi, 87, was at his home around 3.15 am with the maid when he was jolted from his sleep by a loud crashing sound. He saw three men armed with firearms in his home. They robbed him of an undisclosed sum of cash and escaped in a white wagon. Investigations are continuing.
The Ministry of Health provides the following clinical update as of the morning of Wednesday, October 7, 2020:
After 30 years, the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is getting a new home. The proposed Abattoir Road, Sea Lots headquarters is estimated to cost close to $300 million.
Too small to understand that his father is dead, the one-year-old son of slain prison officer Stephon Richardson keeps crying for him.
The country’s COVID-19 death toll rose again yesterday after one additional fatality was recorded. The latest death, according to the Ministry of Health, was an elderly male with pre-existing medical condition, taking the total number of people to succumb to the virus to 83.
Finance Minister Colm Imbert says when the market is liberalised in less than three months, the Government does not expect price gouging nor the formation of cartels to fix the price of fuel. However, he also admits that fuel prices will go up if the Government achieves its oil price target.
This was the word from Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday as gave assurances that the decision to privatise National Petroleum gas stations will not lead to a monopoly.
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