Chaguanas man held for demanding money by menace

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A 35-year-old man from Pierre Trace in Lendore Village, Chaguanas, was arrested on Tuesday afternoon for demanding money by menace during an anti-crime exercise in the Central Division.

A police report said at around 3 pm, the police responded to a report of demanding money by menace and "strategically organised a sting operation" at Ron’s Friendly Supermarket at Lendore Village.

There they arrested the suspect. Once charged, he will face a Chaguanas magistrate.

The exercise took place between 2 pm and 6 pm on Tuesday. Snr Supt Pierre, Supts Montrichard and Ramjohn, acting ASP Dipchand and Insp Sylvan co-ordinated the exercise, which acting Sgt Nelson supervised. It included Central Division Operations Unit and Chaguanas CID police.

The police then went to a garage at Freedom Street Extension in Enterprise, where they searched a house for stolen motor vehicles, parts, accessories, and other related items and documents.

However, they did not find anything mentioned on the search warrant or anything illegal.


"Chaguanas man held for demanding money by menace"

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