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Business Woman Charged for Murder

Following the recent ruling by the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution (ODPP), the licensed firearm holder who shot and killed a man at the Constant Spring Arcade in Half Way Tree, St. Andrew on Wednesday, September 28 has been charged with murder.

She is 43-year-old Carlene Spencer, businesswoman of a Kingston 10 address.

POLICE SEIZE CLOSE TO ONE BILLION DOLLARS WORTH OF COCAINE IN WESTMORELAND

The Commissioner of Police Dr. Carl Williams has lauded the efforts of Law Enforcement Agencies in a major operation that resulted in the seizure of close to 800 kilograms of cocaine in the early hours of Saturday morning April 16 in coastal waters off Belmont, Westmoreland.

JCF Narcotics Headquarters reports that a total of 693 individual packages containing cocaine were retrieved from 35 knitted bags with an estimated street value of over US$7.5 million dollars or nearly a billion Jamaican dollars.

USD 83000 SEIZED, MAJOR GANJA BUST

The Narcotics Police seized 3304 pounds of ganja and USD 83,900 in two separate incidents in the Corporate Area and St. Catherine on Wednesday, November 18.

 

In the first incident, reports are that about 10:30 a.m., a 42-year-old Venezuelan national arrived at the Norman Manley International Airport and was about to check in for a flight to Curacao when he was stopped, his suitcase searched and USD 83,900 was found concealed in several items including shampoo bottles. The Police were summoned and the man arrested.

 

SPELLING BEE CHAMPION MEETS COMMISSIONER OF POLICE

The National Spelling Bee Champion, Nathaniel Stone, had the opportunity to personally meet with Commissioner of Police Major General Antony Anderson at his offices on Old Hope Road, St. Andrew on Thursday, June 7, 2018.

Prominent Real Estate Attorney Charged Again

Sixty-seven-year-old Jennifer Messado, of a Kingston 8 address in St. Andrew, was charged by detectives attached to the Counter-Terrorism and Organized Crime Investigations Branch (CTOC) on Friday, May 25 for breaches of the Forgery Act.

She was charged with Forgery, Uttering Forged Documents and Attempting to Obtain Money by Means of Forged Documents.

Persons of Interest Turn Themselves In

Five men who were listed as Persons of Interest in Clarendon are now in Police custody. They were brought in by relatives.

They are:

  • Lennox Bryson otherwise called ‘Crimist’ or ‘Bull’
  • Paul Bryson otherwise called ‘Ken’
  • Claudius Bryan otherwise called ‘Brains’
  • Omar Wright otherwise called ‘Foxy’
  • Everton Nelson otherwise called ‘Eva’

The Clarendon Police have relisted the following individuals as Persons of Interest.

These persons are all from Farm Effortville, Clarendon.

Club Owner Fined Thousands

Forty-two-year-old Calico Morgan, a club manager who was arrested and charged for breaching sections of the Town and Communities Act in Montego Bay, St. James last month was fined JMD 50,000 when he appeared in the St. James Parish Court on Wednesday, May 16.

Jamaica hosts Association of Caribbean commissioners of Police Conference 2018

The 33rd Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (ACCP) will be held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre (MBCC) in St. James from April 30th- May 4th, 2018.

This year’s theme is: “An Integrated Approach against Serious and Organised Crime– Implications for Regional Growth and Development.”

High Command Concerned About Citizens Inference in Police Operations

April 20, 2018- The Police High Command is expressing concern about the frequency with which members of the public continue to interfere in Police operations, in particular, when an arrest is being made in a public space.

In recent times, there have been numerous incidents where uniformed police officers, attempting to effect an arrest, not only face resistance from the offender but also members of the public in the area at the time. Several cases have resulted in officers being assaulted with some of the incidents captured on video and shared on social media

High Command Statement on St. James SOE Operations

The Police High Command is concerned about the discussions on the matter of ending of the State of Emergency (SOE) when this measure has proven to be effective and has saved at least fifty-four lives since its inception in St James.

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