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Robbery suspect shot dead in Annandale

A 23-year old man from Buxton, East Coast Demerara was shot dead Saturday morning in the neighboring village of Annandale after he allegedly opened fire on a police patrol, police said. The Guyana Police Force said Joseph Fiffee was “allegedly involved in a spate of robberies between Annandale and Non Pareil village. Police said members of anti-crime patrol shot him ...

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Suspected ATM scammers arrested; US bank card, New York Medicaid card seized

Three persons were early Sunday morning arrested for allegedly attempting to scam a number of Automatic Teller Machines (ATM), police said. The Guyana Police Force said at about 12:15 Sunday morning detectives from its Criminal Investigations Department (CID) Headquarters arrested the woman and two men who scammers who were under surveillance after a report was made that they were targeting ...

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MP Patterson demands GY$25 million for immigration blocking his departure from Guyana

Opposition A Partnership for National Unity+Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC) parliamentarian, David Patterson is demanding that the State pays him GY$25 million as compensation for breach of his constitutional rights because he was blocked by the immigration department from leaving Guyana to travel to the United States (US). Attorney-at-Law, Nigel Hughes told Attorney General Anil Nandlall on October 10, 2023 that ...

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One of three Venezuelans pleads guilty to illegal possession of guns, ammo, drugs charges

One of three Venezuelans, who were arrested allegedly with unlicensed guns, ammunition and narcotics at Arakaka, North West District, on Tuesday pleaded guilty to the offences and was sentenced to six years imprisonment, police said. The Guyana Police Force said Eliezer Vera was sentenced to three years imprisonment  and fined GY$58,230 for being in possession of  64.7 grammes of marijuana ...

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Housing Ministry’s enforcement officer charged with firing gun

An enforcement officer of the Ministry of Housing was charged on Monday with discharging a firearm last week at Kuru Kururu, Soesdyke-Linden Highway, police said. The Guyana Police Force said 33-year old Leonardo Sookram of 64 West Ruimveldt, Georgetown was arrested last Friday by police at the Timehri Police Station. He was charged with discharging a firearm within 100 yards ...

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Goldminer, architect, contractor shot during robbery in Diamond

A gold miner, architect and contractors were early Sunday morning shot and injured during a robbery committed on a gold miner at a business place in Diamond, East Bank Demerara, police said. The man from whom a 9 MM handgun, 10 rounds of ammunition a 38-pennyweight gold chain was stolen has been identified by police as gold miner 45-year-old Aubrey ...

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Suspected Venezuelans held with guns, drugs

Three Spanish-speaking men, believed to be Venezuelans, were arrested for being in possession of several guns, ammunition and narcotics late Friday in a Guyanese man’s house at Arakaka, North West District, police said. The police force said the Guyanese man, Reny ‘Pony Tail’ Melville, fled the scene. Those arrested were identified by police as Eliyer Vera Venez, Romel Masim, and ...

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Large number of ammunition found in Mocha

Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU) agents on Thursday discovered an estimated 400 rounds a variety of ammunition in an unfinished abandoned house at Mocha Squatting Area, CANU Head James Singh said. No one was arrested or detained as no one turned up to collect the bullets and agents opted to move in and uplift the bag. Mr Singh said the ammunition, ...

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Guns, ganja found at airport in barrel shipped from New York.

Eight 9 MM handguns and five bulky bags of marijuana were Wednesday afternoon discovered in a barrel by Customs officers at the La Parkan Shipping bond, Cheddi Jagan International Airport. The barrel was shipped by someone who gave an address in Bronx, New York and was consigned to a relative in New Amsterdam, Berbice. The weight of the drugs has ...

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Canada to fund Haiti’s fight against gangs, diseases

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday announced a CDN$3.4 million initiative to provide equipment and assistance to improve the security situation in Haiti, at the Canada-Caribbean Community (CARICOM) summit being held in Ottawa. He said the aid is to “fight weapons-related violence.”  He added that Canada would launch a multi-year training programme to assist Haiti’s National Police Force to ...

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December 2023