Brac cops recover stolen television in raid

| 07/07/2011

(CNS): Police on Cayman Brac have arrested a 24-year-old man on suspicion of burglary and drugs offences. At about 11.35 am yesterday (Wednesday 6 July) RCIPS officers carried out an operation at a home in the West End Road area of Cayman Brac. As a result of that raid police recovered a 42 inch flat screen TV suspected of being stolen during a burglary as well as a small quantity of Ganja. The man whom police arrested has since been released on police bail while enquiries continue. Anyone with any information about criminal activity on Cayman Brac should contact 948-0331/ 926-0635 or the confidential Crime Stoppers number 800-8477 (TIPS).


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  1. Back in Brac says:

    It's really a shame that people of GC think they're in any kind of position to cast dispersions on their fellow countrymen whose only "crime" is living on one of the other 2/3rds of land known as Cayman IslandS.  The west end of Grand Cayman and Georgetown has become little more than Miami Jr., especially in light of the sadly desperateclamoring for berthing facilities.  The bright, proudly vibrant colors which used to mark a wonderfully unique culture continue to fade in the bleaching of uncontrolled, money-at-all-costs, tourism.


    At least it hasn't affected the East End, Little Cayman or Brac so terribly.  I plainly admit that I'm an American who is a Caymanophile, travelling to GC and Brac a couple of times a year for many years now.  So my view is that of someone looking in from without.  In my time in Cayman, I've met wonderful people on all three islands.  But there's something special about Bractitude, as I call it. 


    At the end of the day, however, my good Caymanian friends, the rest of the world looks at you as one people.  You're all Caymanian.  Remember that and act like it.  This divisiveness is silly and baseless.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Just imagine if we all put this much energy (anger) into stomping out crime in Grand Cayman?



  3. Anonymous says:

    If you want to know how much ridiculous hatred there can be between the islanders just read the comments under any headlines in the News Service having to do with the Brac.

    • Turtle's Head says:

      Some attribute it to the narcissism of small differences. 

      Others just think we are bored of how much the Brac sponges off Grand Cayman in various subsidies.  If Brackers were as proud and wonderful as they say they would not want the people of Grand Cayman to prop up their attempt at an economy.

      • Anonymous says:

        I'm from GC and our islands' social services is greatly burdened with supporting status holders and others so if the Brac needs help then they must get it. GC also has many people receiving help from Govt.Take all the non-Caymanians and status holders off social services and the needy ones from the Brac, LC & GC would get what they deserve.  It seems that peope who come here think they are entitled to everything and Caymanians must do without.

      • Anonymous says:

        What a load of rubbish, we would have a better economy if it was managed by the Brac. All revenue collected on the Brac goes to treasury on Grand Cayman, then about 1/4 of it is given back for porjects on the Brac. So how can you say we are sponging off you, you obviously do not have aidea of what is going on, do some research, and stop believing what your  XXXX politicians are telling you, XXXX. Push come to shove, we can survive, like we did days gone by, on the land and sea, but not you, you will perish without the trappings of the modern life; you are spoiled and selfish, and like putting the blame of your extravagance on the Brac people, you would not even have a economy if it was not for the intellegent Brackers that started it all over there, so read some history before you open your big mouth

    • Anonymous says:

      Some expats like to entertain their little minds by pretending to be Caymanians or others and make negative stupid remarks, then sit back and feed their idle brains with the responses.  So my message to fellow Caymanians:don't comment when you see anything negative purporting to come from one islander to the other — you are probably just entertaining that idle xxxxxx expat who also thinks he has something to gain by this sick behaviour.  Stand proud – we are family.

  4. Moer Toowit says:

    Da wha he get fo' invitin da policeman over to watch da footie game on his new big screen………. sheeshhhh!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Let me tell you a secret.  It is very simple.  The Brac police know who the local thieves are so they pick them up take them in for questioning and they admit their guilt.  Simple.

  6. Paradise Lost says:

    Maybe the Brac police could teach the Grand Cayman police how to fight crime. 

    • Anonymous says:

      Maybe the Brac police should ask the Grand Cayman police about the number of crimes committed by criminals out on bail.

  7. Anonymous says:

    they have tv's on the brac??

    • Anonymous says:

      Boy I wish you could give me your number so i can cuss u good bout if we have tvs on the brac,We even have cell fones up ya so i dunno whey u is.

    • Anonymous says:

      We  have TV's, fax machines, satelite dishes, scan and copy machines, computer's etc, etc. And some fancy cars to boot, we just do not have the amount of thieves and murdering trigger happy criminals that you have, where ever you are from, I assume it is Grand Cayman, you should start counting the amount of people leaving that place, then you will have something to do, you  ignorant person

      • Anonymous says:

        Anon 00:23

        I quote "you should start counting the amount of people leaving that place",  are you for real? forgive me if I am missing something here, but are we all not one country? when did the brac become autonomous?




        • Anonymous says:

          Same country, different island, pity we are not seperated 300 miles instead of 120; the day will come when we will be a seperate crown colony, as your crime riddled island will soon seek independance, cant wait, you and big MAC will be  happy then, dont come running over here for peace and quiet, you will not be welcome, and there is only so much TV's to go around, especially the flat screens. Monday's news will be telling of more gun crime again on your nice GRAND CAYMAN, you only wish it was like the Brac, you should move here to experience the difference, bet you will not want to go back

      • Anonymous says:

        scan and copy machines?…..I'm on on the next plane over!!

    • Anonymous says:

      Thu, 07/07/2011 – 14:40.
      The Bracker's telling you off good..

  8. Anonymous says:

    Oh dear, please God let's hope that this doesn't escalate on the Brac!!. Congratulations to the Brac Police for getting an arrest so quickly!!. The Brac feels like the last place so far untouched by too much serious crime. Be vigilant people, the Police need the publics help and support