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AZMON Alexander yesterday made his third appearance before an Arima magistrate.

SOUTHERN Division police arrested two men following a shooting incident at Cross Crossing, San Fernando, commonly referred to as The Cross, over the weekend which occurred in full view of customers who were purchasing items from various food vendors.

THE body of a Point Fortin man who had been missing for over a year has been found. Southern Division Homicide and South Western Division Police retrieved the body of Arnold Quashie, a VMCOTT employee from Cap-de-Ville, from a Petrotrin oil well yesterday after a suspect led police to an area at Duck Farm Road in Point Fortin.

CHIEF Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar yesterday denied bail to former Life Sport coordinator, Rajaee Ali, and his five co-accused who are charged with conspiracy to murder SLAM 100.5 FM radio announcer Kevaughn “Lurbz” Savory.

Murder victim Jonathan Moore whose murder was caught on video was a known gang leader whose name was on a list of Port-of-Spain gang leaders.

A STREET vendor who, via his attorney, told a San Fernando magistrate yesterday, he wants to spend the Yuletide season with his young child , was granted $45,000 bail on a charge of malicious wounding.

A Tobago businessman was yesterday granted $750,000 bail with surety after he was charged with 16 counts of money laundering, involving the sum of $5.5 million.

AFTER last Friday’s escape of four alleged illegal immigrants from the Immigration Detention Centre (IDC) at Aripo, and the subsequent surrender of one escapee, the Ministry of National Security in a statement yesterday said it had engaged a contractor to do works to upgrade the security of the facility.

IMAM Hassan Ali, father of former Life Sport coordinator Rajaee Ali who is facing a charge of conspiracy to commit murder, is claiming that the Anti-Gang legislation is discriminatory towards black Muslims.



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