- Probe into Horses death continues The Jamaica Veterinary Medical Association is waiting on data that will assist in determining how the food fed to several thoroughbred horses at the Caymanas Track came in contact with the substance that killed them. In May, nearly thirty horses... Read More
- Kartels murder trial underway A crime scene investigator was the first witness called at the murder trial of dancehall entertainer Vybz Kartel this morning. Earlier, the investigator made a PowerPoint presentation of the murder scene in the Gregory Park area of Portmore, St... Read More
- Lottery scam raid: Four arrested The police in the western parish of St. James arrested four persons during a lottery scam raid which led to the discovery of a large quantity of marijuana, money, cellular phones and lap top computers .The four, including two women were arrested... Read More
- Illegal bike show claims life An illegal motorbike show on the Myersville Main Road in St. Elizabeth on Sunday ended in tragedy. One of the participants’ sustained fatal injuries after two of the bikes collided. The mishap occurred shortly before 6:00 o'clock in the evening.... Read More
- Two persons charged for ganja seizure Two persons have been charged in connection with the seizure of over 2,000 pounds of compressed Ganja which was seized in Manchester last week by the police. They are 48-year-old Michael Lennox a Santa Cruz resident and 29-year-old Kayan Talbert St... Read More
- Police Constable in custody A police constable is now in custody following the fatal shooting of 21-year-old vendor Christopher Hill in Wesley Crescent, St. Ann on July 12. Police were conducting an operation sometime after 4 am on July 12 when Hill was spotted running away... Read More
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Prime Minister Andrew Holness this afternoon declared a state of public emergency for the parish of St James. It’s in response to rampant criminality including murders and shooting in the parish. Last year, St James recorded 335 murders, the...
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has declared a state of emergency in St James. This means that extraordinary powers have been given to the security forces and some rights have been suspended. Members of the security forces may also search places without a warrant.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has declared a state of emergency limited to St James. It coincides with an increase in violence including murders and shootings. The latest incidents occurred three hours apart near the round-a-bout to the Sangster...
Justice Minister Delroy Chuck has admitted that he has concerns about the disparity in the punishment being handed down by High Court judges even as one of the country's top attorneys rushed to their defence.Chuck's admission comes as the judiciary...
After failing to account for how it spent $218 million in advance payment from the Ministry of National Security to import 200 pre-owned motor vehicles for the police force, the ministry revealed that it has partially terminated the controversial...