Hits: 315 Created on 08 May 2017 Written by George Category: POLICE/CRIME
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SPEED ... THE FOCUS OF THIS YEAR'S ROAD SAFETY WEEK OBSERVANCE

ST GEORGE -- "Save Lives: Slow Down," is the theme for this year's observance of the United Nations, Global Road Safety Week which runs from 8-14 May 2017, and will focus on the all-important issue of speed and what can be done to address this key risk factor for road traffic deaths and injuries.

Read more: GLOBAL ROAD SAFETY WEEK
 
Hits: 471 Created on 02 May 2017 Written by RGPF Category: POLICE/CRIME
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MAY DAY WEEKEND OF ACCIDENTS

St. George -- 26 road traffic accidents were recorded over the long May Day weekend; three of which were serious and one fatal.

Read more: BUSY WEEKEND
 
Hits: 377 Created on 02 May 2017 Written by NEW TODAY Category: POLICE/CRIME
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MANSLAUGHTER CASE AGAINST FIVE POLICE OFFICERS RE-INSTATED

St. George -- The five Police Officers involved in the 2011 death of Grenadian-born Canadian citizen Oscar Bartholomew will most likely stand trial before a high court judge and jury.

Read more: IT AIN'T OVER TIL IT'S OVER
 
Hits: 298 Created on 26 April 2017 Written by RGPF Category: POLICE/CRIME
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WANTED MAN – RAMOAN ABERDEEN

St. George -- The Royal Grenada Police Force is seeking the assistance of the general public in locating Ramoan Aberdeen alias "BLOOD", a 26-year-old Maintenance Worker of Beaulieu, St. George who is wanted by the Criminal Investigation Department for questioning in connection with a series of damage to property.

Aberdeen is five feet – six inches tall, slim built, dark in complexion with brown eyes and black hair.

Anyone knowing Aberdeen's whereabouts is asked to contact the nearest police station or the C.I.D. at 440-3921.

Police say that Aberdeen may be armed and dangerous and should be approached with caution.

 
Hits: 349 Created on 21 April 2017 Written by RGPF Category: POLICE/CRIME
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ESCAPED PRISON INMATE SURRENDERS

St. George -- An escaped prison inmate from the Richmond Hill prison who escaped from police on Wednesday has been captured.

Clint Thorne turned himself in at the Central Police Station about 06:00 a.m. today.

The Royal Grenada Police Force would like to thank the media and the general public for their continued support and assistance.

 

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