January 14, 2013
Star News


Church brothers' quarrel ends in stabbing
“WESTERN BUREAU: A St James man, who stabbed his church brother during a quarrel, returns to the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court for sentencing on March 14. Roland Fray, 20, from King Street, Montego Bay, pleaded guilty on Thursday.... read more
Cop forced to shoot 'madman'

A man believed to be of unsound mind has been hospitalised after he was shot twice by a policeman he allegedly attacked in Montego Bay, St James, this morning....

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New initiatives cause of increased police shootings

The Police High Command has attributed the alarming number of police shootings within only the first two weeks of 2013 to increased contact with criminals who continue to attack cops without provocation....

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Man caught driving stolen motorcycle

A man who was caught driving a motorcycle that was allegedly stolen in the United States was remanded in the Spanish Town Resident Magistrate's Court on Thursday....

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Male lovers damage store - Arrested by cops after fight

A fight between two men, who claimed to be lovers, interrupted business at a phone store in St Andrew on Thursday resulting in damage to the property...

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Alleged credit thief freed of charges

WESTERN BUREAU: Tennyson White, the St James man accused of buying $2,500 Digicel phone credit with a forged credit card, walked out of the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court a free man on Thursday .

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27-y-o pleads guilty to embezzlement

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Couple comes forward in case of missing taxi man

A couple being sought for questioning in connection with the disappearance of a taxi operator from Tweedside, Clarendon, recently, has turned themselves in to the Spaldings police....

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Judge calls for more persons to serve as jurors

A High Court judge has echoed the call for more persons to serve as jurors in the administration of justice....

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New trial date for st james man

WESTERN BUREAU: A St James man, accused of assaulting his sister after accusing her of sweeping dust on him, returns to the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court on March 8...

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50 schools to receive Mobile Enrichment Carts from Digicel

With the start of the new school year, 50 schools islandwide will receive Mobile Enrichment Carts from the Digicel Foundation, to the tune of $25 million...

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Man awarded $40m after work incident

A St Ann resident who had both legs severed during an incident at his workplace, was awarded $40 million in damages on Friday....

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