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CENTRAL Division police say a member of the Unruly ISIS gang is using a drone outfitted with a camera to conduct surveillance on police operations and track officers’ whereabouts. Police plan to seek legal advice on their authority to detain this gang member and impound or shoot down the drone.

FORMER Special Forces soldier Omar Samaroo, 46, who was found in his dormitory at Camp Cumuto Tuesday morning with a bullet wound to his neck, died at about 11.30 pm that night.

A 36-YEAR-OLD woman who gave birth on the pavement in Curepe in 2015, was killed after being knocked down by a policeman’s vehicle along the Priority Bus Route (PBR) on Tuesday night. The woman was identified as Crystal Dennis of no fixed place of abode.

CHAIRMAN of the Spiritual Baptist Shouter Prohibition Ordinance Centenary Commemoration Committee Reverend Hazel-Ann Gibbs-De Peza has described as “insulting and disrespectful,” the government’s $20,000 donation to the organisation to host today’s Liberation Day activities.

POLICE are seeking the public’s help in locating two teenagers who were reported missing last week. The missing youngsters are Shaheeda Thomas, 16, of El Dorado and Vicky Villaroel, 14, of Bravo Hill, Sangre Grande.

POLICE Constable Jasanie Davis, 25, is now in stable condition at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Eric Williams Medical Complex, Mt Hope, after an accident.

PRESIDENT Anthony Carmona lamented that this country is “drowning in our inhumanity to each other,” and urged, “We must stem that tide of ignominy.” Carmona expressed this regret in his Spiritual Shouter Baptist Liberation Day Message.

WHILE RELATIVES of Tabaquite father of two, Junior Paul Smith, were bidding him farewell on Tuesday afternoon, his younger brother remained in police custody and thus did not attend the funeral.

NOXIOUS FUMES forced several businesses, at least one bank and a school in Point Fortin to close yesterday.

UNIVERSITIES and employers will Google and judge students seeking admission to further studies and for employment and will judge them on what they have posted on social media, says Sharon Rowley, wife of the Prime Minister.



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