Christopher Andem, who escaped from police custody while at the St Ann's Bay Police lock-up on June 1, 2006, was recaptured last Friday, THE STAR understands.
Fading lighthouse Historic landmark, surrounding neglected communities
The present condition of the historical landmark, the Morant Point Lighthouse, Holland Bay, St Thomas, is a true reflection of the neglect now facing the surrounding community of Duckenfield...
J'can strippers in Bahamas to appear in court today
Eight Jamaican strippers who were remanded in a Bahamian court on Monday for violating decency laws are to make another appearance in court today.
Police investigate woman's death
The Bog Walk police in St Catherine have started an investigation into the death of a St Catherine woman as a result of a vehicular accident late last week.
Petty thieves target Old Harbour Road
The St Catherine North police said that petty thieves are plaguing Old Harbour Road in Spanish Town.
May Pen students benefit from back-to-school treat
One hundred and sixty students from basic, primary and high schools in May Pen, Clarendon, on Saturday benefited from a back-to-school treat hosted by 12 representatives from the International Faith Christian...
New buses for cops
Police Commissioner Owen Ellington said the addition of five new 54-seater Volvo buses to the Jamaica Constabulary Force fleet will help them in their fight against crime.
15-y-o girl missing
Fifty-nine-year-old Violet Harvey-Francis, of Mackville Terrace, Kingston 19, has been missing since Saturday, September 8.
Blind man remanded again
Visually impaired Claude Pryce, who has been accused of collecting almost $2 million from a post office, was again remanded in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court on Tuesday.
Man on ganja charge to be deported
A Jamaican national who pleaded guilty after accepting a 14-pound (6.36 kilograms) Federal Express marijuana shipment last year in the United States is to be deported.