Internet Radio

Courts

Policeman accused of raping 14-year old girl

A police constable has been charged with raping a 14-year old girl at a city hotel. Twenty-five year old Ganesh Rajcoomar of Grove, East Bank Demerara was Wednesday granted GYD$20,000 bail by Chief Magistrate, Ann Mc Lennan. He has to return to court on February 24, 2016.   The Court was told that in October 2015, he sexually penetrated a 14-year ...

Read More »

Bank of Baroda robbers remanded to prison

 Three men were Wednesday arraigned for a GYD$2 million robbery committed on the Bank of Baroda’s Mon Repos branch, East Coast Demerara. They are 34-year old Sean Anthony ‘Rattie” Aaron of ‎ ‎317 North East La Penitence, 28-year-old Kennard Jabbar of 88 Freeman Street, and graphic artist 39-year old Eon Campbell.  They were not required to plea to the indictable charge ...

Read More »

BREAKING: Former GPL board member, Carville Duncan charged with stealing power company’s money

The President of the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Guyana (FITUG) and the Guyana Labour Union,  Carvil Duncan was Tuesday placed on GYD$1M bail in connection with three charges in his capacity as a former board member of the Guyana Power and Light. Police alleged that on March 31, 2015 at Georgetown, he stole GYD$984,900, property of GPL; on the same day at Georgetown, he ...

Read More »

Seizure of jewellery, detention of passenger triggers multi-million dollar lawsuit

A man is suing the State for GYD$10 million because agents of the Customs Anti Narcotics Unit (CANU) allegedly seized his jewellery at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) and caused him to miss a New York-bound flight in violation of Guyana’s Constitution. Through his lawyers, Richard Ramjit of Bissoon Street, Better Hope, East Coast Demerara, he said CANU agents ...

Read More »

SWAT team member charged with illegal possession of guns, ammo

A member of the Guyana Police Force’s Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team was Friday arraigned on a charge of illegal possession of guns and ammunition. Quacy Sampson pleaded not guilty to the charge after it was read to him by Chief Magistrate Ann Mc Lennan. The charge against the 35-year old man of Kitty, Georgetown is that on December ...

Read More »

Guyanese among ID-theft-ring that stole $700 K from New York banks

A Guyanese man is a among members of a New York-based identification-theft ring that stole more than US$700,000 from banks by impersonating real account holders and making fraudulent withdrawals in 10 states, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office said Thursday. Prosecutors said the group flew “soldiers” to different locales, where they entered banks, including Chase, Wells Fargo and Capital One branches, and ...

Read More »

Police force issues “stop” guidelines for plainclothes, traffic ranks after Sattaur case

Days after the son of the Commissioner General of the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) complained bitterly that he was being trailed by someone in a heavily tinted unmarked vehicle who later turned out to be a traffic policewoman, the Guyana Police Force Thursday announced guidelines for stop and search. The GRA boss’ son, 19-year old Fiyad  Sattaur, Wednesday pleaded guilty ...

Read More »

Three more charged with murder of British teen

Three more persons were Friday arraigned for their alleged murder of the 18-year old British film-maker who had come here three months ago to stay with his god-brother. Apart from his god brother, Aaron Hing, and Staymon George who were arraigned Thursday for the same offence, those charged with the indictable offence are George’s girlfriend, Krystol Thomas, and her mother ...

Read More »

BREAKING: Two charged with murder of British teen

The two prime suspects in the killing of 18-year old British teen, Dominic Bernard, were late Thursday afternoon charged with murder. They are Bernard’s god brother, Aaron Hing, and Staymon George of Kildonan Village, Corentyne, Berbice. City Magistrate, Judy Latchman adjourned the case until Friday, January 15, 2016  at 10 AM when the duo would appear before Chief  Magistrate Ann ...

Read More »