October 29, 2020

The Editor Speaks: Police try to explain low response to vessel in distress

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On Cayman27 last night (Wed 21) Jerrin Carter blasted the RCIPS for their seemingly slow response to his call to them for assistance. Carter, who was at the helm of the 14 foot aluminum vessel Tuesday night (20 March) that was in distress. He was the person who called them. “Once you have problems, the […]

The Editor Speaks: Islands

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Cayman Islands are three islands surrounded by water. Read SEA. Yes. Everyone of us is aware of that. The RCIPS seized approx. 1,489lbs of illegal ganja last year! Street value; Approx. $1M. Is that the removal of ALL ganja from our country? Of course not. How is ganja arriving here? Mainly from the sea. The […]

Passenger Missing From visiting Cruise Ship – Further update

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Further update: The Canadian national who was reported missing on the 31 December 2013 has not been located to date. The RCIPS is in liaison with the family of the missing person, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, Canadian Consulate, FBI and Royal Canadian Mounted Police in investigating his disappearance from the cruise ship ‘Independence of the Seas’. […]

Two teenagers arrested following police operation at Rum Point

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Two teenagers are behind bars in relation to weapons and drug offences after police swooped in Rum Point. The operation, which was led by officers from the Eastern Districts, saw police out in numbers in the air, land, and of course, on the sea in the vicinity of Rum Point. Air Operations, Marine and K-9 […]