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U.S. EMBASSY BRIDGETOWN HOSTS ACTIVE SHOOTER TRAINING IN GRENADA St. Michael — The U.S. Embassy conducted active shooter training in Grenada for members of the Royal Grenada Police Force and staff of St. George’s University on June 23. The training was organized by the Embassy’s Regional Security Office and facilitated by Deputy Chief of Police of […]

TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE – BALTHAZAR BRIDGE The Balthazar Bridge, St. Andrew is temporary closed due to the inclement weather condition. The great river has over flowed its banks in the area; so please use alternative routes.

MOH AND RGPF SEND STRONG MESSAGE TO DERELICT VEHICLES OWNERS ST. GEORGE – The Ministry of Health and the Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF) have announced that they are getting tough with persons that indiscriminately dump derelict vehicles all over the country.

632 KILLED IN JAMAICA TO DATE Against the backdrop of a runaway murder rate — including the brutal slaying of a family of four in Mount Carmel, Hanover late Monday night that brought the year-to-date toll to 632 — the police yesterday announced plans to intensify operations in hotspots across the island as part of […]

MARITIME SEACRH CONTINUES FOR MISSING MAN St. George — The search continues today for a missing 76-year-old of Carriacou who is yet to return from a fishing expedition almost a week ago.

POLICE INVESTIGATE ACCIDENT St. George — Police are investigating a vehicular accident which has left a ten year old of St. Andrew nursing injuries and a man charged with driving without a driver’s license.

MAJOR DRUG BUSTS St. George — Intensified operations by the police have been yielding numerous successes in the RGPF’s fight against illegal narcotics.

WANTED MAN –HUMPHREY THOMPSON ST. GEORGE — The Royal Grenada Police Force is seeking the assistance of the general public in locating Humphrey Thompson, a 49 year-old, Farmer of Calivigny, St. George. Thompson is wanted by Criminal Investigation Department (C.I.D), for questioning in relation to a report of robbery. He is five feet eight inches […]

VENEZUELAN ON MONEY LAUNDERING CHARGE AND ST GEORGE RESIDENT PLEADS GUILTY TO DRUG CHARGES Grenville – A 35 year old Venezuelan who appeared at the Grenville Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday facing charges of money laundering and illegal entry into Grenada has been sentenced to six month imprisonment. Jesus Lopez, a Fisherman, was apprehended during a police […]

HELP TO FIND THIS YOUNGSTER St. George — Police are seeking the assistance of the general public in locating a 17 year old student who left her home on Monday 29th May, 2017 dressed for school, and has failed to return since.

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