December 4, 2023

Cayman: Police investigate robbery at Food Truck in Red Bay

From RCIPS Just before 9:45PM on Friday 27 October, police were dispatched by the 9-1-1 Communication Centre to a report of an armed robbery that took place at a food truck located in the Red Bay area of George Town.  It was reported that a man dressed in dark clothing with his face covered approached […]

Cayman: Police Investigate Armed Robbery in Red Bay

From RCIPS At about 11:50PM on Saturday, 13 May, the 9-1-1 Communications Centre dispatched officers to a report of an armed robbery at a food truck on Selkirk Drive. A masked man dressed in all black approached the truck, brandished a firearm, and demanded cash from the register. He then fled west on foot with […]

Cayman: Latest Voter Registration Numbers Announced

The Elections Office published the Revised Register of Electors on Wednesday, 3 February 2021. Subject to objections or claims raised during the revision period, this list will be used in the next General Election. The revised list contains 23,647 voters which represents an overall increase of 2,421 or 11.4% over the list used for the […]

Cayman: Premier & Minister of Infrastructure tour road works in Red Bay, Prospect

GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands – Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin,Minister of Infrastructure Hon. Joey Hew, National Roads Authority (NRA) Board Chairman John Ebanks and other representatives of the NRA recently (on Friday, October 18) toured and inspected ongoing road works in several areas of the Red Bay and Prospect communities in Grand Cayman. The roads included […]

Cayman Islands: Robbery in the Red Bay area, 29 March

From RCIPS About 1:50PM today, Friday 29 March, police were dispatched to the entrance of Selkirk Drive in George Town where it was reported that a single man, armed with machete, attended the location of a local food truck and demanded money from the workers present. The man was described as having dark skin, being […]

Cayman Islands police continue targeted traffic enforcement operations to address community concerns and persistent issues

From RCIPS Over the past week, 12 March – 19 March, the RCIPS has been continuing road enforcement operations to curtail road dangers and respond to resident complaints.  Operations over the past week targeted drunk driving and unsafe vehicles, namely, dump trucks, which residents have complained travel through the Prospect area at unsafe rates of […]

Cayman Islands Chamber raises $25,000 reward for armed robbery convictions

The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce has raised $25,000 from members as a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspects behind the robbery at Foster’s Food Fair (Dorcy Drive) on Saturday, April 8. One suspect was detained by the police in connection to the crime – in which a security […]

The Editor Speaks: One man – actually 63 persons

The Editor Speaks: One man – actually 63 persons It was an exciting day yesterday (Wed 29), especially when 3pm was fast approaching – the cut off time for declaring to run in the May election – and the majority of the Progressives had not declared. However, this was tactics on their part, and clever. […]

Major “Roddy” Watler remembered

Today (Fridayy 3rd March) is the anniversary of Major Joseph Rodriquez ‘Roddy’ Watler who served as Inspector of Police (for 33 years), was light house keeper, foreman of public works, boarding officer of vessels, and warehouse keeper. He was appointed Officer in Charge of the Cayman Islands Company of The Jamaican Home Guard on 1st  October […]

Cayman Islands: Robbery of jerk stand on Saturday night, 17 December

From RCIPS: Monday 19 2016 Just after 11PM on Saturday night, 17 December, the 9-1-1 Communications Centre received a report of a robbery of a jerk stand in Red Bay.   A few minutes before two men had approached the jerk stand armed with what appeared to be handguns and demanded the cash on hand.  They […]