September 19, 2018

Cayman Islands: Update – Wounding Tue Evening, 11 September, on Eastern Avenue

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From RCIPS Sep 14 2018 Further to the below, the woman who was injured during the incident was released from hospital on Wednesday, 12 September. The female youth, age 17 of George Town, who was arrested on Tuesday, 11 September, in relation to the below incident, has now been formally charged with Wounding, Wounding with […]

Cayman Islands: Man charged with Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Supply,

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From RCIPS 10 September 2018 The man, age 33 of George Town, who was arrested on Friday, 7 September, following a search in which a quantity of suspected cocaine was recovered (see below), has now been formally charged with Possession and Consumption of Ganja, and Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Supply. He is appearing […]

Cayman Airways flights affected by server outage last Thursday (6)

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Last Thursday (6) three Cayman Airways flights were delayed because of a “third-party flight planning software server outage”. According to Cayman Airways, the server outage that occurred in the morning, affected two Kingston flights and a New York flight. The servers were down between  7 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. the airline added. The flight plans […]

Cayman Islands men charged for thefts from Customs Warehouse, 7 September

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From RCIPS The two men who were arrested on Wednesday, 5 September, on suspicion of theft from the Customs Warehouse (see below), have been formally charged with two counts of Theft each. The men, age 48 of West Bay, and 31 of George Town, have been bailed to appear in court on Tuesday, 11 September.

Cayman Islands: Man arrested on suspicion of possession of cocaine with Intent to supply, 7 September

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From RCIPS Shortly after 6:00AM this morning, 7 September, RCIPS and Customs officers from the Joint Task Force conducted a search under the misuse of drugs law, at an address off the Esterley Tibbets Highway. A quantity of suspected cocaine and a significant amount of cash were recovered and seized. A man, aged 33 of […]

Cayman Islands Customs Warehouse employees arrested

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From Cayman Islands Customs Department Collector of Customs Charles Clifford has announced that two male Customs Warehouse employees were arrested yesterday, 5th September 2018, on suspicion of theft from the Customs Warehouse and related offences. One employee is 48 years of age and is from the district of West Bay and the other employee is […]

Cayman Islands: Charles Gregory found unresponsive in George Town, 2 September

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From RCIPS Shortly before 7:30PM on Sunday, 2 September, officers responded to a report that a man was found unresponsive at an address on North Sound Road, George Town. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. He has been identified as Mr. Charles Gregory, age 64 of George Town. The RCIPS offers condolences to […]

The Editor Speaks: Government must act to stop a Port Berthing Referendum

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I can only say the government have themselves to blame for the referendum petition that is circulating by the ‘increasing’ number of opponents to the new cruise ship berthing facility. I say ‘increasing’ because this would seem to be the case as most of Cayman’s media has been saying. With the opposition, who had been […]

Cayman Islands: Push for people’s port referendum

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From Facebook Opponents of plans for new cruise piers in George Town harbor will begin collecting signatures Saturday in the hope of triggering a referendum on the controversial project. Cayman’s constitution allows for a “people initiated referendum” on any topic of national importance if a petition signed by 25 percent of the electorate is presented […]

Miss World Cayman Islands Contestants revealed

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(Miss World Cayman) –  Join the Miss World Cayman Islands committee (“the Committee”) on Saturday, 29 September for their inaugural pageant at the Harquail Theatre at 7 p.m. The official platform for the pageant is the Protection of the Environment and as such the Committee has chosen ‘Elements’ as the theme for this year’s competition. […]