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David Daniel of Fortune Pleads Guilty to Two Charges

32 year old David Daniel of Fortune pled guilty to two charges of handling stolen goods, when he appeared before Magistrate Bernard Pacquette on Tuesday May 7th 2013. Investigations were carried out on the matter and Constable Charles informed Daniel of the report against him. The phone was eventually found in his possession. In the second charge, the complainant Daniel Casou, from the United States, a stud ...

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Accident in Pond Casse

Six individuals were rushed to the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) following an accident which occurred in Pond Casse on Thursday May 3rd at about 3pm. Reports are that, a Nissan passenger bus registration HE 533 from the Kalinago Territory over turned in the Williams area in Pond Casse while on its way to Roseau. ...

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Use of “Free Speech” Lands Man in Trouble with the Law

One man’s use of free speech landed him in serious trouble, with the law. Mr. Bernard Bannis of Paix Bouche, who previously pled guilty to the charge of threats, changed his plea to not guilty, when he asked the Court to re-read his charges to him. He also pled not guilty to the charge of trespassing, after being warned to stay away from the premises of Ms. Veronica Ferrol. Reports are that, Mr. Bannis also ...

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Cochrane Resident Fined for Theft

Mr. Randolph Piper of Cochrane will hopefully learn to keep his sticky fingers in his pockets and not on other people’s property, after facing Roseau Magistrate Ossie Lewis on Friday April 26th, for theft which he pled guilty to. ...

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Mahaut Resident Denied Bail

Mahaut resident Mr. Rob Bertrand was denied bail, when he faced Roseau Magistrate Candia George on Thursday April 25th. Mr. Bertrand who was slapped with the charge of grievous bodily harm was not required to plea as this is an indictable offence. Indictable meaning - rendering the person who commits it liable to be charged with a serious crime that warrants a trial by jury. It is reported that he allegedly ...

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Juvenile Charged with Murder

The police are carrying out investigations into the circumstances surrounding the death of 82 year old Flora Pascal of Marigot. Ms. Pascal was discovered at her house by her son, bleeding from wounds sustained to her head at her house on April 7, 2013 about 2pm. She was taken to the Marigot Hospital, where she was treated and then transferred to the Princess Margaret Hospital, where she was admitted to the ...

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Police Investigating Possible Murder in Layou

The community of Layou was struck with grief on the night of Wednesday April 17th, when the news of a possible murder was circulated. Reports are that 50 year old bus driver Mr. Ferdi John Blaize, a well-known individual was found lying in a pool of blood at his home in Layou at about 11:30pm. He was pronounced dead on the scene and reports are that he had injuries to his head and neck. Sister of the deceas ...

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Vernelle Lafleur Pleads Guilty to Wounding Charges

We are all aware of being careful so our right does not pass for our wrong. However 26 year old Ms. Vernelle Lafleur did not seem to understand this message. Ms. Lafleur, a mother of two from Pointe Michel pled guilty to wounding, when she appeared before Roseau Magistrate Evelina Baptiste. According to the facts of the case, on Friday April 12th at 1:00pm, Ms. Lafleur left her two children in the care of h ...

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Police Search Continues for Missing Fishermen

One family has never been closer to God, as they have been praying ceaselessly all weekend in the hope that their son return to them alive. This is due to Mr. Leron Etienne of Vieille Case and Mr. Justin Carriere of Anse De Mai who reportedly went fishing on Saturday April 13th, 2013 about 10pm and have not returned since. They left aboard an open keel boat named ‘BLUE STAR’ powered by twin 85 horse power Y ...

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