June 19, 2021

UPDATE: Wounding in East End – man due in court

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From RCIPS  Wed Jan 15, 2014 at 2:31 PM East End stabbing – Man due in court A 32-year-old man has been charged and is due to appear in court in connection with a stabbing which took place within a house in the East End area in the early hours of Sunday 12 January, 2014. The […]

Police officer arrested

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From RCIPS Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 6:07 PM Today, 9th January 2014, a 45 year old male Police Officer was arrested on Suspicion of Blackmail and Breach of Trust in contravention of the Penal Code and Anti-Corruption Law respectively. This was as a result of a joint investigation by the RCIPS Professional Standards Unit and […]

Reported gun shot in Bodden Town

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From RCIPS Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 5:56 PM The Police are currently at a Bodden Town residence where a home owner reported that a shot had been fired through his window. Preliminary enquiries reveled that that the shot was fired by a neighbour of the complainant who was hunting Rabbits. The neighbour is a licensed […]

Unlucky 13 businesses in same GT plaza targeted by thieves

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Although 13 businesses in the same location – Grand Plaza on Howard Street, George Town were unlucky enough to be targeted by thieves during the night and morning of 4th and 5th of January 4 were actually lucky. The thieves tried but were unable to gain access to them. A spokesperson for the Royal Cayman Islands Police […]

FURTHER UPDATES: 2 suspects named – Robbery on North Church Street – 2 charged, 1 bailed & appeal for witnesses

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From RCIPS Mon Jan 6 2014 2:21PM Two men charged in Connection with the Robbery at  Diamonds International Jewellery  Store appeared in Summary Court today. The men were identified as Christopher Julian Myles and James Herbert Mclean. Both were remanded until  January 17th  2014.   From RCIPS Fri Jan 3 8:24PM Following inaccurate spins and […]

The Editor Speaks: Why the crucifixion of Baines?

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I am not a personal friend of Cayman Islands Police Commissioner David Baines. I have only ever met the commissioner four times. Each time I have found him extremely polite, pleasant, a good conversationalist and listener. I have praised him in Editorials and have been less complimentary in them also. These have been my personal […]

OBE for police commissioner and two locals honoured

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Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has recognised Commissioner of Police David Baines in the 2014 New Year’s Honours List. A senior police administrator with nearly four decades of experience in challenging positions in the United Kingdom, Mr Baines is named an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) in recognition of […]

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’. […]