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Twelve police officers from the Eastern Division arrested on Monday in connection with the alleged burning of prisoner Andre Lewis with hot water, last month, have not been charged and are still being interviewed by officers of the Professional Standards Bureau (PSB).

Nearly one month after a break down in negotiations on March 3, and one week after traffic across the country ground to a halt during a “total policing” exercise on March 23, the team representing police officers yesterday “made some progress” with Chief Personnel Officer (CPO) Stephanie Lewis.

SEVEN murders were committed over the extended Shouter Baptist Liberation Day holiday weekend leaving police investigators very busy and the victims’ families and friends seeking answers.

AFTER a two-week long break, the Vindra Naipaul-Coolman murder trial resumed yesterday with the prosecution’s main witness, Keon Gloster, still insisting he was forced by police to say he saw his friends kill her.

SEVERAL social media users have condemned the action of a woman on the weekend along Ariapita Avenue, Port-of-Spain as she was seen on two videos posted on Facebook, damaging a vehicle.

A MAN wanted in connection with last Friday’s robbery at Silver Dollar Casino in Shirvan, Tobago has turned himself in and is assisting police in their investigations. Head of Tobago Division Ag Snr Supt Joanne Archie confirmed to Newsday that the man whose face was posted on billboards and social media, had surrendered.

AN AUTOPSY done yesterday on the body of Tobago’s first murder victim Kevin Waldron, 40, revealed he died as a result of a single stab wound to the neck. Waldron was stabbed in the yard of his home at Silk Cotton Road, Bon Accord on Thursday March 26. He died at the scene. According to a police report, at about 8 am, Waldron and a 54-year-old male (...)

THE young girl who was stabbed at her home last week while watching television is still at San Fernando General Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU). She is listed in critical, but stable condition.

SHELDON MAHABIR, who is on trial for chopping a man who was being chased by police for a suspected crime way back in 2004, yesterday told a judge and jury that he and his wife became frightened when he saw the man in his yard.



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