Law & Order

Grand Jury Convenes To Hear Evidence Against Amber Guyger

WFAA:-  DALLAS — A grand jury will convene Monday to hear evidence in the case against former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger, who shot and killed 26-year-old Botham Jean at...

Jacmel Man Held With 18 Inch Butcher Knife

A Jacmel man  was held by City Police Officers for possession of an 18 inch butcher knife, it has been reported. Law enforcement officials told St Lucia Times that on...

Top Cop Says He Was Reported To ‘Higher Authorities’

Top Cop, Severin Moncherry has said that he wants a professional relationship with Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis. Moncherry made the disclosure at a news conference last week during which he...

T&T: Stop calling, come and find me says Griffith

Trinidad Guardian:-  “Stop call­ing and come and find me,” chal­lenged Po­lice Com­mis­sion­er Gary Grif­fith as he re­spond­ed to a fifth death threat was made against him in four days. Say­ing the...

US Church fire leads to discovery of illegal gambling room

Fox News:-  Firefighters responding to reports of an electrical fire at a Houston church found no signs of a blaze, but instead discovered an illegal game room inside, authorities said. Four...

Castries Resident Arrested, Charged After Urinating In Public

A resident of Morne du Don, Castries, is the latest person to have been arrested and charged by the City Police after urinating in public. The man has been identified...

Parliament approves Child Care, Protection, and Adoption Bill

Press Release:-  The Parliament of Saint Lucia was unanimous in passing legislation that will redefine how the state treats, relates and cares for its children. The making of the Child...

Forensic Laboratory Closed

Saint Lucia's forensic laboratory has been closed for the past three weeks, a reliable source has confirmed. The source told St Lucia Times that the closure was due to problems...

T&T Outlaws Scratch Bomb Importation

Trinidad Guardian:-  It’ll be more of a Silent Night this Christ­mas: “scratch” bombs have at last been banned and de­clared il­le­gal. And any­one us­ing them here­on, in­clud­ing stu­dents, will face pros­e­cu­tion...

Jamaica: Cops Before Court For Demanding Jail Release Money

Jamaica Observer:-  THREE policemen who reportedly took a man into custody after he was freed by the court and demanded and accepted US$200 and $58,000 for his release are scheduled...