Police arrest six men in George Town

| 28/11/2008

Police say they have arrested a number of people for drug offences as well as actual bodily harm and drunk driving over two nights this week in the George Town area. The arrests were made in separate incidents by officers from the Drugs Task Force and the George Town Police station.

 

A 30-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possession of cocaine, possession of cocaine with intent to supply and consumption of cocaine.  A 47-year-old man on suspicion of possession of cocaine, consumption of cocaine and possession of drugs utensils and another man who is 26-years old was arrested on suspicion of possession of ganja and consumption of a controlled drug. No quantities details regarding the quantities of drugs involved were given in the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service statement.

They did say that officers had also arrested a 21-year-old man on suspicion of assault actual bodily harm, a 38-year-old man on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol and carrying an offensive weapon and a 44-year-old man on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol. The arrests were made on the 26 and 27 November and the RCIPS said it remains committed to tackling crime and ensuring the safety and security of the Cayman Islands. Police welcome any reports of criminal activity or suspicious behaviour.

Anyone wanting to speak with an officer should contact their local police station or their neighbourhood officers. People can also call Crime Stoppers anonymously on 800-8477 (TIPS). All persons calling Crime Stoppers are eligible for a reward of up to $1000, should their information lead to an arrest or recovery of property/drugs.

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  1. Twyla M Vargas says:

    TIP OF THE ICEBERG

     

    This is only a tip on the iceberg of things to come.  People are depressed, Caymanians cant get work, so what you think is going to happen.  Those persons who have been keeping Caymanians from getting a job, whether it be another Caymanian or an expatriate, you will definately see  crime on the increase.  If a man cannot find food to put on his table and feed his children, what you think will happen.  He is going to blame some one, and I am sure it will be someone who have it..  Think about what is to come.