November 15, 2012
Star News


GUN, AMMO SEIZED ON BUS
“The police have removed yet another illegal firearm and ammunition from the streets after the weapon was confiscated from a gunman who was a passenger on a bus in Half-Way Tree square recently, THE STAR has learnt..... read more
PREGNANT WOMAN STABBED 14 TIMES

A 19-year-old woman accused of stabbing a pregnant woman 14 times causing her to lose the child was sentenced to two and a half years imprisonment on Monday when she appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court.

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Popular sound system technician shot dead

Well-known sound system technician, and sound system box builder, 66-year-old Horace 'Tuffest' McNeil was shot and killed by gunmen along Torrington Road, Kingston 14, on Tuesday....

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Man accused of beheading wife to return to court

A man who is accused of beheading his wife seven years ago is to return to the St Catherine Circuit Court in March for trial...

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$1 million reward for information on SSP Hewitt's murder

The police are offering a reward totalling $1 million for information leading to the arrest and charge of person/s responsible for the recent murder of former JCF officer SSP Anthony Hewitt...

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Two in custody for murder of postal worker

The police say two suspects are now in custody in relation to the murders of postal worker, Barrington Davis, and Patricia Barnswell...

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'Boasy Tief' gets six months' hard labour

Six months' hard labour was the sentence handed down to Andrew Edwards, otherwise called 'Boasy Tief', in the Spanish Town Resident Magistrate's Court yesterday.

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Man faces court for fraud

A man who ordered a large number of alcoholic beverages for himself and his friends during a night out at the Quad Nightclub recently, but later realised that he was unable to pay his debt, had his bail extended...

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Laptop thief sentenced

A man who stole a laptop from an assistant lecturer from the Department Of Life Sciences at the University Of The West Indies (UWI) Mona campus recently was sentenced to six months in prison on Tuesday.

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Mayor encourages vendors to register

Mayor of Kingston, Senator Angella Brown Burke, is encouraging all vendors to take the necessary steps to register with the Kingston and St Andrew Corporation (KSAC), and to display their identification cards at all times.

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