December 7, 2019

Cayman Islands: Suspect in burglaries in Eastern Districts arrested and charged

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From RCIPS: Thu, Mar 31, 2016 at 10:27 AM On Monday, 28 March, an officer in the Eastern Districts effectuated an arrest of an individual wanted for burglary and other offences after sighting the man and tracking him around Bodden Town. The man, age 47, of Bodden Town, was arrested around 11AM that morning and subsequently […]

Cayman Islands police in Eastern Districts advise of camping locations and safety tips ahead of Easter weekend/No littering

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Cayman Islands police in Eastern Districts advise of camping locations and safety tips ahead of Easter weekend From RCIPS Camping during Easter weekend has traditionally been a popular activity in the Eastern Districts. Ahead of this weekend, therefore, we would like to advise the public of some of the sites specifically designated for this activity, […]

An active week for law enforcement in the Cayman Islands’ Eastern Districts

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From RCIPS Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 11:52 AM Last week (through 28 February) RCIPS officers were stepping up enforcement on the road and elsewhere in the Eastern Districts. In the course of the week (through Sunday, 28 February) Eastern officers responded to 77 incidents, made 11 arrests (for drug-related offences, DUIs, one burglary where property […]

UPDATED: Grand Cayman experiences island wide blackout

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From CUC 5:09PM iNews Cayman has finally received a CUC statement: UPDATE: Power has been restored to all customers on Grand Cayman. Electricity was lost at 4:34 this morning and fully power was restored at 3:32 pm. However, a small section between the Hyatt building and the Ritz Carlton remained without power until 4:55 pm. […]

Immigration policy supports property investors in Cayman Islands

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At the State of the Nation luncheon on 9th October 2014, Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin confirmed that a new immigration policy directive has been approved by Cabinet.   Councillor Joey Hew confirmed this week that this new directive is in the process of being Gazetted by the Government. This will be particularly pertinent to ex-pat property […]

I abstained on the Whistleblowing motion because I was taken by surprise says BT MLA and he won’t be “picked off”

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Statement by Alva Suckoo MLA for Bodden Town Friday 11 April 2014 on Whistleblowing motion “I am very concerned that the public has not been given the complete picture and reasons as to why events unfolded as they did in Parliament. As a member of the Oversight committee for the Complaints Commissioner I felt compelled to abstain […]

Missing Person – Chully Chambers – Found alive and well

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From RCIPS Thu Apr 3 2014 at 2:33pm Today, Mr. Chully Chambers was located by officers of the RCIPS in the Eastern Avenue area in good health. The RCIPS would like to thank members of the public who assisted in the search for Mr. Chambers. RCIPS Wed, Apr 2, 2014 at 5:44 PM The RCIPS is […]

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 […]