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Chamber: Police Strategic Crime Fighting Plan Not Working, Requests Urgent Meeting

Clive Bacchus | Tuesday 31st May 2016 03:20:pm

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The private sector umbrella group the Chamber of Industry and Commerce (CIC) is requesting an urgent meeting with Police Commissioner Ian Queeley to discuss a wave of violent crime that has left 14 people dead and several business robbed at gunpoint. Tuesday, the CIC published a letter written to the Commissioner on security and the preservation...

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Review Unearths Questionable SIDF Transactions

Ken Richards | Tuesday 31st May 2016 03:09:pm

                                       St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The first phase of a review by Ernst and Young into the Sugar Industry Diversification (SIDF) has found some irregularities, according to Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris. The Prime Minister made that disclosure at his news conference on...

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PM Harris Responds To Ambassador's Threat To Return Diplomatic Passport

Ken Richards | Tuesday 31st May 2016 02:34:pm

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Concerns about a long delay in Ambassador Jonel Powell receiving his instrument of appointment have been downplayed by Prime Minister Timothy Harris. In a letter written to the prime minister and seen by Winn FM, Powell, who was named one year ago as ambassador and special envoy to the ministries of Sports and Culture, threatened to...

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Alleged MoneyGram Robbers Granted Bail

LK Hewlett | Tuesday 31st May 2016 12:41:pm

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The two young men charged with perpetrating the armed robbery of MoneyGram have been granted bail. On Friday (May 27) twenty-nine-year-old Inebo Hendrickson of Malone Avenue, and Reynauldo Jeffers of Buckley's Site were charged with the May 20th robbery. The pair went before Magistrate Josephine Mallalieu on Monday (May 30) accompanied by their attorneys. Despite the Police Prosecutor objecting to...

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$5000 Bail For Gun And Ammo Possession

LK Hewlett | Tuesday 31st May 2016 12:16:pm

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Two of the three brothers charged in connection to a gun and several rounds of ammunition found in their home, have been released on $5000 bail each. Kylon and Keon Battice, and Glenville Assent, were on May 26, arrested and charged for possession of a firearm and possession of ammunition. Police charged the men after a...

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