But perhaps the one that is grabbing most attention at the moment is the case surrounding an incident that is alleged to have occurred in Divisional B District where officers at the Tabernacle Police Station are now conducting investigations into a report of Indecent Sexual Assault.
One unusual problem though, is that the matter does not involve the usual case of a male assaulting a female; it is a unique charge of a male allegedly assaulting another male.
According to the police, preliminary investigations reveal that a young male was forced into a cane field by an adult male, where he was assaulted indecently. An extensive search was conducted for the adult male and was subsequently found at approximately 10:00am on the 26th march 2012.
Inspector Smithen has intimated that their successful arrest was aided by assistance received from members of the public. It is reported that it was the information gained from the public which afforded the Police the opportunity to locate the offender.
No names have been released in this matter however and the investigations will continue.
However, police have released the names of other suspects who have been charged and arrested for other matters. These include a West farm woman who was formally arrested and charged on Monday 26th march, 2012, on a warrant in the first Instance for the offence of Money Laundering.
The claim is that one Sharene Bergen, of West farm is suspected of committing the offences of which were committed between the 22nd and 23rd March, 2012.
Also in custody, but for a different matter, is a juvenile, whowas arrested and charged in connection with the George Moody Stuart School Breaking, where one blackberry cellular phone was stolen on the 26th march 2012.
Meanwhile, Anthony Herbert of Keys Village was formally arrested and charged for the offence of Larceny which was committed at Kings Pavilion situated at Sprott Street.
Alexis Whattley of Taylors Village was arrested for the offence of Threat to Kill on the 24th March 2012.
Javid Wilkinson of Trafalgar village was arrested for the offences of Possession of Cannabis and Possession of Cannabis with Intent to supply to another committed on 25/3/12. The offence of which was committed on the 24th March 2012 whilst at a popular night spot in Basseterre.
Commissioner of Police, in thanking the public for its support in making these arrests, reminded all civic minded persons of the need to adopt the philosophy of community policing and neighbourhood watch.