News Feed

December 7, 2016 - Two remanded for Tudor Street shooting Two men charged in connection with ... +++ December 7, 2016 - Hilton spend justified Parliament today stamped its approv ... +++ December 7, 2016 - BSTU not consulted on Combermere move The Barbados Secondary Teachers Uni ... +++ December 7, 2016 - Deal breaker Prospective customs brokers are fee ... +++ December 7, 2016 - Government apologizes for sewage mess Minister of Health John Boyce today ... +++ December 7, 2016 - Come clean! A horrible stench and murky waters ... +++
Home » Archives by category » Local News » Crime

Masked men strike at Enterprise, Christ Church

Masked men strike at Enterprise, Christ Church

Police are on the hunt for two masked men responsible for the island’s latest shooting that left a 24-year-old man nursing injuries. The victim, Jamario Akeem Warren of Parish Land, Christ Church, was shot twice in the thigh while at a bus stop at Enterprise Main Road, Christ Church. The incident occurred around 7: 55 […]

No more Cave Shepherd for maid

A 41-year-old maid of Goodland, Christ Church was ordered by a magistrate today to stay away from all Cave Shepherd stores. Sonia Alicia Durham-Gaillard went before District ‘A’ Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant, charged with stealing a brassiere valued at $168.88 from Cave Shepherd. Durham-Gaillard pleaded not guilty. She was granted $1,500 bail and instructed to reappear […]

Bicyclist sent shopping

Bicyclist sent shopping

A 36-year-old electrician, who pleaded guilty to a series of traffic offences involving a bicycle, was ordered Monday by a District ‘A’ Magistrate to go shopping for all the things the bicycle was required to have. When Gregory Decourcey Codrington of Bannister Land, Martindales Road, St Michael appeared before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant, he pleaded guilty to […]

It wasn’t me!

It wasn’t me!

He is charged with using threatening words to two people on November 16, 2016.  However, Dario Ricardo Marville, 27, of 1st Avenue, Alkins, Eagle Hall, St Michael told the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court Monday, it was not him. The unemployed Marville is accused of using the threatening words to Antaun Nicholls and Dre Nicholls who […]

Germain pleads guilty to drug and traffic charges

Germain pleads guilty to drug and traffic charges

An unemployed teenager today confessed to possessing illegal drugs and breaking road traffic laws. In addition to the drug possession charge, Jakobi Talik Germain, 19, of 8th Avenue, New Orleans, the City, had also been charged with driving a motor vehicle on Nelson Street, the City that was not registered with Licensing Authority, had a […]

Engineer faces attempted miscarriage charge

Engineer faces attempted miscarriage charge

The District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court Monday heard that a mechanical engineer tried to cause a woman to miscarry. Andre Rudolph Benskin, 25, of Mount Hillaby, St Thomas is charged with unlawfully inserting tablets into the private parts of a woman on November 19, 2016, with the intent of forcing a miscarriage. Benskin was not required to […]

Death threat

Death threat

“I will kill you and cut up you body and discard the body parts in a bag and a box.” Those are the threatening words which Tshedi Christopher Trotz, a 39-year-old labourer of Ruby, St Philip is accused of using towards his wife Alison Trotz on April 4, 2016. The charge adds that the words […]

‘Speak out against abusers’

‘Speak out against abusers’

While the number of deaths from domestic violence has dropped, the level of violence is rising, the head of the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) Gender Affairs Committee Makala Beckles-Jordan has charged. Minister of Social Care Steve Blackett disclosed earlier this week that there had been a noticeable decrease in deaths resulting from domestic […]

Landscaper denies charge

Landscaper denies charge

A landscaper Friday pleaded not guilty to a charge of assault. Chris Clairmonte, 24, of Howell’s Cross Road, St Michael is accused of assaulting Mary-ann Gooding Thursday. However, after he denied the charge, Clairmonte was warned by Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant to stay away from the complainant and to return to court on March 19, 2017. His […]

Page 1 of 111123Next ›Last »