Illegal Immigrant Caught with Gun

His apprehension came as a result of a planned stop and search exercise that was carried out by the police in various areas of the island. 

In the session conducted on Tuesday night, (2nd October), the Delta Squad, was able to detain the man during their random stop and search. Police report that the man ran from the Delta Squad officers on duty but was quickly apprehended. 

In his possession, said a police statement, was a fully loaded Glock pistol. The man was arrested and transported to the Basseterre Police Station. His name and photograph will be released once he is officially charged, promised a police official. 

Police have notified the public that random traffic stops will be conducted 24 hours a day for the next seven days. Stop and searches will be conducted 24 hours a day for the next seven days. These are zero tolerance initiatives and the general public is asked to cooperate with the Joint Forces, said the official. 

As the exercises are carried out the police are calling on the he general public to cooperate, while Commissioner CG Walwyn has also asked citizens to report any suspicious activity this weekend, by calling 911, or the nearest police station. 

The police have also announced the arrests of a number of suspects including Reece Williams of Lodge Village, who was formally charged for the offences of Possession of Cannabis, which was committed on 29th September 2012.

Rescan Finch of Harris Village was formally charged for the offences of Possession of Cannabis and Carrying Abroad Offensive Weapon, which were committed on 29th September 2012.

Kevon Hamilton of Bradshaw Avenue, St. Paul Village was formally charged for the offence of Shooting With Intent, which was committed on 26th September 2012 and Shane Warner of The Alley, Sandy Point was formally charged for the offence of Assault Occasioning Bodily Harm, which was committed on 25th September 2012.

 

Caribbean Basin Security Initiative Commission Meets in St. Kitts

 
The commission comprises representatives from the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) member states, the United States, Dominican Republic, the CARICOM Secretariat, CARICOM Implementation Agency for Crime and Security, and the Regional Security System. 
 
In a ceremony to mark the opening of the meeting, Permanent Secretary, Anti-Crime Unit and Co-chairperson of the Commission, Mrs. Astona Browne of St. Kitts, expressed her gratitude to the European Union for their tangible support to the regional security sector.douglas34
 
She added that the region finds itself strategically as well as disadvantageously between the largest drug producing countries of the south and the largest market, the United States.
 
She said that a concern for the Caribbean is the strong nexus between gun and drug related crime in the trade and the rapid increase of homicide in the region.
 
Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Caribbean, Central American, and Cuban Affairs and Co-chairperson of the Commission (USA) Ms. Liliana Ayalde stated that the CBSI was implemented to better the lives of people of the region by improving citizen security in the region. 
 
She said that the partnership which forms the program comes with a shared responsibility with each country working towards the mutually decided goals. 
 
In the featured address at the ceremony, the Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis and Minister with Responsibility for the Anti-Crime Unit, Dr. Denzil Douglas, commended the US President Barak Obama for the way in which they have partnered with CARICOM on the matter of law enforcement and national security.
 
He stated that it has resulted in them being able to intensify the battle against the multifaceted national security challenges that bedevil the region.lila
 
Douglas added that this modern age, with advances in travel and technology, this has forced the region to confront head on, many threats that originate elsewhere and which of course they are not used to fighting.

The CBSI Commission, which comprises representatives of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), the Dominican Republic (DR) and the United States (US), was launched out of a recognition of the need for greater collaboration between the US and Caribbean to address crime and crime-related activities. It also represents one of the outcome initiatives of the Inaugural Caribbean-US Security Cooperation Dialogue, which was held in the US in May 2010.

The CBSI Commission held its First Meeting in Kingston, Jamaica, on 3-4 November 2010, and was tasked with the responsibility of monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the CBSI, mobilising resources, reporting and metrics. 

The Commission also has the responsibility of facilitating the preparations for the Third Caribbean-US Security Cooperation High Level Dialogue.berone

Mechanical Failure Cause of Daniel’s Vehicle Fire

 
A report from the Police on Wednesday stated that they, with the assistance of the Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) agency and the Wilmington, North Carolina Fire Department, determined that the cause of the fire appears to be the result of a possible mechanical, or electrical failure in the area of the fuel filter on the passenger side portion of the engine compartment. 
 
Police added that the fire was not maliciously set and the investigation into the matter is now closed the fire is ruled accidental. 
 
On Saturday 29th, October, Police and Fire Rescue Service responded to the home of Daniel whose vehicle spontaneously combusted 15 minutes after he arrived home after a political meeting in Cotton Ground. 
 
The vehicle was inspected by the police bomb squad from St. Kitts and no evidence of explosives was found.
 
 

Illegal Immigrant Caught with Gun

His apprehension came as a result of a planned stop and search exercise that was carried out by the police in various areas of the island. 

In the session conducted on Tuesday night, (2nd October), the Delta Squad, was able to detain the man during their random stop and search. Police report that the man ran from the Delta Squad officers on duty but was quickly apprehended. 

In his possession, said a police statement, was a fully loaded Glock pistol. The man was arrested and transported to the Basseterre Police Station. His name and photograph will be released once he is officially charged, promised a police official. 

Police have notified the public that random traffic stops will be conducted 24 hours a day for the next seven days. Stop and searches will be conducted 24 hours a day for the next seven days. These are zero tolerance initiatives and the general public is asked to cooperate with the Joint Forces, said the official. 

As the exercises are carried out the police are calling on the he general public to cooperate, while Commissioner CG Walwyn has also asked citizens to report any suspicious activity this weekend, by calling 911, or the nearest police station. 

The police have also announced the arrests of a number of suspects including Reece Williams of Lodge Village, who was formally charged for the offences of Possession of Cannabis, which was committed on 29th September 2012.

Rescan Finch of Harris Village was formally charged for the offences of Possession of Cannabis and Carrying Abroad Offensive Weapon, which were committed on 29th September 2012.

Kevon Hamilton of Bradshaw Avenue, St. Paul Village was formally charged for the offence of Shooting With Intent, which was committed on 26th September 2012 and Shane Warner of The Alley, Sandy Point was formally charged for the offence of Assault Occasioning Bodily Harm, which was committed on 25th September 2012.

 

Mechanical Failure Cause of Daniel’s Vehicle Fire

 
A report from the Police on Wednesday stated that they, with the assistance of the Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) agency and the Wilmington, North Carolina Fire Department, determined that the cause of the fire appears to be the result of a possible mechanical, or electrical failure in the area of the fuel filter on the passenger side portion of the engine compartment. 
 
Police added that the fire was not maliciously set and the investigation into the matter is now closed the fire is ruled accidental. 
 
On Saturday 29th, October, Police and Fire Rescue Service responded to the home of Daniel whose vehicle spontaneously combusted 15 minutes after he arrived home after a political meeting in Cotton Ground. 
 
The vehicle was inspected by the police bomb squad from St. Kitts and no evidence of explosives was found.
 
 

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