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Items filtered by date: September 2016


Police on the sister isle were up to Tuesday Morning still  interrogating two brothers of Mt Pleasant in connection with  last Sunday Morning Robbery which many have  termed as a frightening episode taken from a blockbuster  movie.

Businessman Moltin  Fleary of Petite careenage said that it was about 7:26 am while on his Sunday delivery errands  to Mt Pleasant-- via the western quiet Tibeau route --when  the incident occurred.


20 years for the 2012 Murder of a St. George’s Business woman

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A twenty-five year old man from the village of Mt Moritz in St. George’s has been sentenced to twenty years behind bars after pleading guilty to murdering a St. George’s business woman and dumping her body over a cliff in the south of the island.

 High Court Judge Shiraz Aziz presiding at the Number One High Court in St. George’s on Tuesday had the two-decade sentence handed down on Kevin Morris, the man who admitted murdering his employer Maudlyn Laurena Redhead. Redhead’s body was found days after she was reported missing at the base of a thirty-foot cliff in the Quarantine Point area in Grand Anse.


Double Drowning At Concord Waterfall

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Police were up to press time investigating the death of two St. George’s residents, who lost their lives at the Concord waterfall on Sunday 25th September 2016.

According to a release from the Royal Grenada Police Force the bodies of 26-year-old Travis Alexander of Springs and 22-year-old Karim Smith of Snug Corner were recovered from the water about 3:00 pm on Sunday evening.



Parents of students attending Bishop’s College wasted no time in venting their frustration and didn’t mince their words as they expressed their feelings of disgust and disappointment to Chief Education Officer, Elvis Morain, on Thursday over the ministry’s slow and lackluster handling of the situation at Bishop’s College.

Long before the 3:30 pm proposed start of the meeting several parents had gathered waiting to express themselves to the education official on the current state of the issue.

Some were armed with placards among them which read “the shed is not conducive to learning”, “Bishop’s College deserves better”, “Kayaks tired of disrespect,” “Anthony Boatswain Kayak, Elvin Nimrod Kayak – both ministers absent.” 


Robber of SGU students sentenced to three years

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A sixty-year-old Grand Anse resident who pleaded guilty to stealing from a St. George’s University student, items including cash, valued at just over four thousand dollars has been sentenced to three years behind bars. 

 Chief Magistrate Tamara Gill presiding at the St. George’s Magistrate Court on Monday had the sentence handed down on Errol Charles, a man with some twenty-seven previous convictions eighteen of which are for stealing.


Police Officer Under Investigation Following A Shooting

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Police are investigating a non-fatal shooting involving one of their officers that led to one person being hospitalized with a bullet wound. 

A junior police officer attached to the Drug Squad within the Royal Grenada Police Force is said to be under investigation following the incident, which occurred on Saturday.


Prison Officers Deeply Concerned

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A group of officers at Her Majesty’s Prison say they are at their wits end with what they consider a disgusting state of affairs that persist at the institution, despite their many complaints.

The officers do not wish to identify themselves for security reasons and say they have been repeatedly victimized by the authorities.

The Grenada Informer recently published articles about the questionable state of administration at the prison and cited incidents of conflict between inmates and officers that should be cause for concern.


Trafficker charged after failing to provide proof of purchase

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One female trafficker from the parish of St David, who was arrested on the St. Georges Port moments before she boarded a vessel to Trinidad last Tuesday, appeared before a St. George’s magistrate court on a criminal charge.

 Cheryl Creedland was charged with failing to provide memorandum of sale for the items she was about to export to Trinidad and Tobago.  She appeared before Magistrate Francine Foster at the St George’s number Two Magistrate Court last Thursday, represented by legal counsel Peter David.



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The system is at fault when a public officer is upset over being transferred from one department of the public service to another.

Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell said historically governments have gotten wrong in the way they manage the public service and in doing so encourage a lot of problems in the service.

Speaking at a press conference, which he hosted on Wednesday September 21, Dr. Mitchell was responding to questions about the recent transfer of three senior officers of the Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Forestry, Fisheries & Environment.

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