January 25, 2020

Cayman: Police renew appeal for witnesses in Bananas death

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From RCIPS Dec 13 2019 Update (13 December): SEE END OF ARTICLE FOR Photos of Potential Witnesses Police are continuing to appeal for witnesses to the incident which resulted in the death of 36-year-old Dinesh Asanka Fernando Wannukawatta-Waduge from Sri-Lanka. Dinesh died following an assault at Bananas Bar in Dolphin Plaza on Eastern Avenue early […]

Cayman: Police identify victim, appeal for witnesses in Eastern Avenue death investigation – UPDATE

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Update: Men Charged in Eastern Avenue Death, 6 December One of the men arrested in relation to the below incident, age 24 of Cayman Brac, has been charged with Assault ABH. The other two men, ages 20 and 22 of George Town, have been charged with Manslaughter. They are appearing in court this morning, 6 […]

Cayman: Police vehicles involved in collision

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From RCIPS Nov 8 2019 Police Vehicles Involved in Collision, 8 November Shortly after 4:00PM yesterday, 7 November, two marked police vehicles were involved in a collision on Shamrock Road in the vicinity of Agricola drive. The vehicles had been travelling eastbound responding to an incident when they collided. One of the drivers sustained minor […]

Cayman: Police warn drivers they MUST indicate and other ‘nuances’ to help traffic flow

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RCIPS issues traffic advisory to road users From RCIPS The Traffic and Roads Policing Unit as well the as the Community Policing Department, would like to inform the public of a few traffic nuances that have been affecting the flow of traffic as well as the safety of road users over the past month.  Road […]

Cayman: Police profile – 30 years of service

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From RCIPS Police Profile : 30 Years of Service for Inspector Rudolph Gordon, Inspector Eustace Joseph and Senior Police Constable Stephen Myers On 25 August, 2019, three of our police officers celebrated 30 years of service to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service. In August 1989, Police Inspector Rudolph Gordon, Police Inspector Eustace Joseph and […]

Cayman: Police helicopter assists in Brac Airport incident & medical evacuation

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From RCIPS During the afternoon of Thursday, 29 August, the RCIPS Air Operations Unit was requested by the Cayman Islands Airports Authority to assist in conveying equipment and aircraft engineers to Cayman Brac in response to an incident involving a private aircraft at the Charles Kirkconnell International Airport.   With the runway closed, the helicopter was […]

Cayman: Police assist vessel at Sea

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From RCIPS Just before 8:00AM yesterday, Tuesday, 20 August, police received a report that a vessel with four persons on board had been travelling from Tampa, Florida, to Grand Cayman when their family members on island lost contact with them. At the time that contact was lost, the vessel had been located just outside of […]

Cayman: Police appeal for witnesses in boating collision investigation

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From RCIPS Investigations into the boating collision which occurred in the North Sound on Sunday, 11 August (see previous release below) continue, and police are appealing for any witnesses who may have seen either of the boats involved in the collision that day or early in the evening. One of the boats involved, which capsized […]

Cayman: Police helicopter conducts two medical evacuations in one day

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From RCIPS On Saturday, 20 July, the RCIPS Air Operations Unit conducted two medical evacuations from Cayman Brac to Grand Cayman using the police helicopter. Early on Saturday morning, the helicopter and crew deployed to medically evacuate a woman who was suffering possible heart failure and had been transported from Little Cayman to Cayman Brac […]

Cayman: Police officer arrested in connection with 2016 commercial burglary

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From RCIPS Thu July 11 2019 Today, Thursday, 11 July, detectives with the Serious Crime Review Team of the RCIPS arrested a man, age 46 of George Town, in connection with the burglary of a bank that occurred in June 2016.  The man is a police officer with the RCIPS, and has been suspended from […]