Two young men have been jointly charged for the attempted murder of the three young men who received gunshot wounds to their legs following a drive-by shooting in St. Paul’s while another suspect is in police custody.
At this time, there is no date set for the visiting officers of the Regional Security System (RSS) to leave St.Kitts-Nevis since their latest deployment in October 2018.
Three on-duty police officers involved in the recent controversial Marriott Hotel cops- visitors heated situation have been on the receiving end disciplinary action in the matter while an off-duty one is being praised for providing assistance to his colleagues.
The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) hereby advises the public that it has retrieved counterfeit $100 Eastern Caribbean notes in St Kitts and Nevis bearing the serial number “WB365443”. The public is urged to be cognisant of counterfeit notes.
Two persons have been taken into police custody in relation to a shooting incident that occurred earlier today in the St. Peter’s community involving the son of a formerSpeaker of the National Assembly.
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Following yesterday’s (Thursday) adjourned matter on the case at the High Court preside over by Justice Trevor Warde QC, Dr. Douglas was overheard in a conversation with Byron saying to him: “Ask Simmonds how I treated him” in referring to the courtesy extended to the former Prime Minister Sir Kennedy Simmonds of the former PAM Administration by his Labour Party government.
To date, two individuals have been taken into police custody after officers who were on patrol during Monday’s drive-by shooting in St. Paul’s stopped the further attack of two adult males and an underage teenage boy by armed gunmen.
Following a drive-by shooting last night (Monday) in the St. Paul’s community, three young men were wounded about the same lower body area according to police.
Circumstances are that both omnibuses were travelling from Dieppe Bay to St. Paul's while the backhoe was travelling towards Dieppe Bay when H107 collided with the backhoe and HA433 steered off the backhoe, lost control, ran off the road and flipped over several times.