Cops renew appeal for Anglin

| 23/06/2010

(CNS): The man police wish to question over a violent attack on a young woman in West Bay last week is still at large. RCIPS detectives renewed their appeal for information today (Wednesday 23 June) regarding the whereabouts of 30 year old Chad Anglin (left). Police said that they are actively pursuing Anglin and have made contact with friends and family during the course of their enquiries. The senior detective on the case also issued a warning that anyone harbouring the suspect could also find themselves in trouble.

What police have described as a vicious assault took place in the early hours of Thursday, 17 June 2010 in Garvin Road, West Bay. The woman sustained injuries to her face and a cut throat during the attack which was interrupted by police patrolling in the area who were then able to administer first aid to the victim but were unable to pursue the attacker.
Detective Chief Inspector Peter Kennett said this was a very active enquiry. “We have searched a number of houses, executed a series of warrants and we are interviewing family and friends of Anglin to try and establish his whereabouts,” he added. ““There have been a number of unconfirmed sightings of him reported to police since the photograph was issued. So far we have made no arrests but I would remind anyone who is assisting him in his attempts to evade the police that they too may end up being arrested and charged.”
Anyone with any information about this crime or the whereabouts of Anglin should inform the police immediately. Calls can also be made to Crime Stoppers on 800-8477 (TIPS).
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  1. Anonymous says:

     If we had competent members of the RCIP, who were trained and had a slight idea of detective work, they could’ve used their heads and caught up on the fugitive long ago.  Where is the K9 dog that can do the work of incapable officers?  

    When the public try to assist the Police, they cannot follow the leads and make a blunder.  Place surveillance on the car and houses that certain district people are living in, in a specific area.  Common sense isn’t common.  Turn off the sirens, use unmarked cars, and private citizens for your detective work.  The local people know their surrounding and neighbours. 

  2. You are right says:

    Sure he has not borrowed Dudus Wig and hat.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Looked in East End yet?  He’s probably somewhere there waiting for his boat to come from Jamaica and take him to freedom – just like some others of his friends! I hear they are still looking for Royce Cornwall too …. his boat already came from Jamaica and rescued him. Get with the program RCIP.

    • Anonymous says:

       boat coming for who in east end….  you chat that mouth off plenty bout tings happening round here you should be the next one interrogations are brought on,  stop chatting that mouth off bout things you have no clue about….  stop snitching  you getting yourself caught up for free or chump change causes more problems you don’t see that….  you help the police they lock you down and say you know something when you don’t (more headaches right!!)…. talk on the road and get caught up then too so what is the sense really?  stay at home and stay quiet

  4. Anonymous says:

    The Crime Stoppers Reward is always available for any information leading to the arrest of a suspect.

  5. Rorschach says:

    The "senior Detective" on the case would do very well to read the following article in the Compass archives, before going off and proclaiming people who "harbor fugitives could find themselves in trouble"..seems the police have enough to deal with without having another lawsuit for unlawful arrest and detention…

     

    http://www.compasscayman.com/caycompass/2010/06/08/Harbouring-a-fugitive-offence-in-question/

    • Anonymous says:

      Ok — so we’ll call it "accessory after the fact". The law says that’s good for 3-14 years so whatevar!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Yes, God forbid anyone just do the right thing for free.  That would be a new conceptfor you all.  Offer them money, and maybe, just maybe a few will do the right thing.

  7. Anonymous says:

     Seriously?  "The days are gone of getting something for nothing?" How about just coming forward because that it what a good citizen does?  Or coming forward to protect other people from being caught in the same violent situation and maybe not having the police there to stop it?  How about coming forward to attempt to make The Cayman Islands safe once again?  How about coming forward because what he did was wrong? How about coming forward for the sake of the woman who is probably living in fear with that man still out there?  One should not need money or any type of reward  to do the right thing.  If you know where he is money or not…the right thing is to turn him in (since you can do it anonymously). Intrinsic rewards on of the best kind there are.  

  8. Come on says:

    Come on now, offer a reward.  Some of   his friends can use one or two thouand dollars.  The days are gone of getting something   for nothing, that goes even for the law.   Times are hard and the pickings are few.