November 14, 2018

The Editor Speaks: When supervisors need supervising

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Words do fail me and today is one of those days. I have been reading the media reports and the documents filed n the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida concerning Jamaican national Lionel Dwight Levers. He, together with Michael Anthony Stewart were supervisors employed at our Bonaventure Boys Home in […]

Cayman Islands: UPDATE: Arrest of cruise ship visitor Yesterday, 25 July

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From RCIPS UPDATE: Cruise Ship Visitor Charged, 27 July The 37-year-old-man from the United States of America, who was arrested on Wednesday 25 July on suspicion of assault abh and possession of ganja, and was later taken to the hospital due to medical complications, has been released from the hospital. The man has also been […]

Correction: Wounding in East End Last Friday Night, 15 June

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From RCIPS: Correction: 22 June 2018 Further to the below, we can confirm that the investigation indicates that the wounding occurred near a residence on Fiddler’s Way nearby, and not near the Pirates Cove Bar, as earlier reported. The victim was treated and released from hospital, and the incident remains under police investigation.   Wounding […]

Cayman Islands: Wounding in East End Last Friday Night, 15 June

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From RCIPS Officers responded to the vicinity of the Pirates Cove Bar in East End on Friday night, 15 June, around 10PM regarding an altercation that had taken place.  A man had been transported to Health City by private car before police arrived.  The man was then transported to George Town Hospital for treatment for […]

The Editor Speaks: “No Tolerance” or “Zero Tolerance”. What happened to “Tolerant”?

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These expressions are the same and mean the same. They are usually barked at us by the law. The law that is presumably made up of human beings. Human beings who are presumed to have a brain. Robots are machines and programmed. They have no brain. If we are going to adopt a “No Tolerance” […]

Cayman Islands: Water incident – Cemetery Beach West Bay – UPDATED Man named

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From RCIPS MAN NAMED – Nov 8 2017 -Police can now confirm the identity of the man who died on Saturday afternoon, 4 November, after experiencing difficulties while snorkeling off Cemetery Beach. He is Rodney Lamb, aged 64, of Colorado in the United States. Further updated: 1:54PM Sun Nov 5 2017 The 57 year old […]

Cayman Islands motor vehicle collisions this weekend [Sep 8-10] underscore need for more vigilance on the road

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From RCIPS Three motor vehicle collisions with injuries reported over the weekend indicate the need for more safety awareness and vigilance by drivers. Just before 4AM on Friday, 8 September, the 9-1-1 Communications Centre dispatched police and emergency personnel to Esterly Tibbetts Highway in the vicinity of Lime Tree Bay Avenue, where a burgundy Honda […]

Motor vehicle collisions in Cayman Islands during weekend of 1-3 September

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From RCIPS Motor Vehicle Collisions during Weekend of 1-3 September, Minor Injuries Only; One Arrested Below are accidents of note over the weekend of 1-3 September; all involved sustained only minor injuries, and one arrest was made.   Motor Vehicle Collision in Pease Bay, Bodden Town, 1 September On Friday, 1 September, just after 10AM, […]

Cayman Islands: Assault Early Tue Morning in George Town, 8 August

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From RCIPS Aug 8 2017 at 11:36 AM Sometime after 1:30am this morning, 8 August, police responded to a 9-1-1 call of a man who was stabbed in the chest by another man who was begging for money on Shedden Road in front of Anderson Square. The victim was going into the Subway restaurant when […]

Cayman Islands: Update on Driver in Shamrock Road Collision/Vehicle collision involving cyclist

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From RCIPS: Wed July 5 2017 at 11:48 AM Update on Driver in Shamrock Road Collision, 3 July Previously it was stated that the male driver in the collision that took place on Monday 3 July, on Shamrock Road, Bodden Town, had to be air ambulanced off island for treatment. However, we would like to […]