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Daily Archives: November 12, 2013

Alleged robber of Gizmos and Gadgets clerk nabbed

A man, who robbed a Gizmos and Gadgets sales clerk of GUY$1 million and stole a vehicle that was nearby, was captured by police. “The suspect has been arrested and all the stolen money and motor vehicle recovered,” Guyana Police Force spokesman, Ivelaw Whittaker said in a statement. Police said that at about 1205h. Tuesday, Shibikie Pollard, a sales clerk ...

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Berserk man kills four before he’s shot dead

Four persons, including two policemen, were gunned down Tuesday afternoon by a berserk man who was later shot dead by lawmen who invaded a house on Middle Street, Georgetown. “The police subsequently stormed the building and came under fire from Deryck Kanhai. The ranks returned fire and he was fatally shot,” Police Force spokesman, Ivelaw Whittaker said in a statement, ...

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Assistant Police Commissioner, pastor among several injured in early morning accident

Assistant Commissioner of Police Derrick Josiah and a pastor were Tuesday morning in a injured in a vehicular accident on the Goed Fortuin Public Road, West Bank Demerara. Josiah, who is the Commander for A Division, was rushed to the St. Joseph’s Mercy Hospital for emergency treatment. He reportedly sustained a fractured shoulder while his driver, a Lance Corporal, received ...

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Hotskull gang still on police radar

A criminal gang known as “Hotskull” that stages robberies out of Albouystown and parts of Sophia is still giving police headache although its operations have been disrupted with the killing of several members and arrest of many others, police said. At a pre-Christmas briefing on plans for patrolling the city and its environs for the Festive Season, police disclosed that ...

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Guyanese teen charged with buggering five-year old cousin in Trinidad

(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN).-A Guyanese teenager charged with buggering his five-year-old cousin has been ordered not to return to Guyana. This was one of several conditions imposed on the 15-year-old boy, who was granted $70,000 bail with his uncle as surety to cover all charges. The five offences spanned over a two-year period and allegedly took place at the child’s home. The ...

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Waste recycling plant in the making

A GUY$30 million recycling plant is to be built in Guyana when the land is provided by the government, the Government Information Agency (GINA) reported on Monday. “The ministry is currently seeking the appropriate land space and once approved by Cabinet, work will start immediately,” said the state-run entity. A memorandum of understanding was Monday signed between the Ministry of ...

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