Another freak accident on Passley road
The Passley Garden main road was the scene of a freak accident on Sunday after a trailer transporting scrap metal lost its body and overturned along the road shortly after 10 p.m...
Briton's bribery charge dropped
An English national who allegedly tried to bribe a traffic cop to drop the charges against him left the Port Antonio Resident Magistrate's Court yesterday smiling when the bribery charge against him was dismissed.
Sergeant held with 'hot car'
The Director of Public Prosecutions is to rule in the case against the sergeant who was arrested on Friday for reasonable suspicion of unlawful possession of a motor vehicle and fraudulent use of licence plate.
Accused rapist performs oral sex on senior?
The case of a St Catherine man who has been charged with rape and indecent assault caused laughter when it was called up in the Spanish Town Resident Magistrate's Court yesterday....
Man on the run after allegedly stabbing lover
A woman is now battling for life at hospital after she was allegedly stabbed by a jealous male companion. The incident, which took place on Sunday afternoon, has left residents...
Careless dad to be sentenced today
The tattoo artist accused of breaching the Child Care and Protection Act by allegedly leaving his four-year-old son home alone in the wee hours of the morning should be sentenced in court today.
Courier led US to bin Laden
WASHINGTON: Three US officials say American forces were led to Osama bin Laden by his most trusted courier, a Kuwaiti-born man named Sheikh Abu Ahmed.
Woman on ganja charge
A woman who was reportedly found in posession of 41 sticks of ganja by police recently appeared before the Corporate Area Resident's Magistrate's Court yesterday.
14 people run afoul of Forest Act
A record number of persons have been prosecuted for various breaches of the Forest Act and Regulations during the just concluded 2010-2011 financial year.