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MINISTER of National Security Marvin Dames yesterday outlined the chronic challenges the country faces in its fight against crime, while noting murders are up 41 per cent compared to this time last year, but overall crime is down by 19 per cent.
A court yesterday ordered that two men accused of illegal firearm possession be electronicly monitored with ankle bracelets as a bail condition.
Magistrate Guillimina Archer set bail at $10,000 for Khalil Thompson, who police allegedly found in possession of a 9mm pistol and 10 bullets on February 7. He returns to court on March 9 for the start of his trial.
The trial of Henry Humes begins on Mar...
A man who was shot by police during a stand-off in Englerston last month will be monitored electronically, a magistrate ruled.
Michael Hilton Darling, 49, of Charles Vincent Street, is accused of threatening a female police officer with a knife and box cutter on December 10.
Officers shot Darling in the leg, claiming they feared for their lives.
Darling appeared before Magistrate Derence Rolle-Dav...
A man on bail who was charged with robbery, threats of death and causing harm yesterday, admitted to damaging his ankle bracelet.
Charles Ingraham admitted to the charge of causing damage at his arraignment before Magistrate Derence Rolle-Davis.
Rolle-Davis ordered him to pay $1,300 in compensation to Migrafill Security to avoid spending nine months in prison.
He returns to court for a status hear...
A MAN awaiting trial in the Supreme Court on murder and attempted murder charges has applied to a judge for a variation of his current bail conditions.