January 31, 2013
Star News


14-Y-O KILLED, THROWN FROM CAR - Girl strangled with school tie
“Scores of curious onlookers converged in Olympic Gardens yesterday afternoon after the body of a 14-year-old schoolgirl was thrown from a vehicle on Lothian Avenue.... . read more
NO SPELL ON HIGH SCHOOL - Holmwood VP dismisses residents' claims

One of the vice-principals of the Holmwood Technical High School in Manchester has sought to dispel the rumour that the school is under a spell that has been resulting in annual motor vehicle accidents...

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Four arrested for stealing oranges

The Spanish Town police yesterday detained four men and a woman after they were allegedly caught with a truck load of oranges that was said to be stolen from Trade Winds Citrus....

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JUTC gm hospitalised after motor vehicle accident

Arthur McKinley, general manager of Jamaica Urban Transit Company in Spanish Town, is now in hospital after being involved in an accident along the Mandela Highway yesterday....

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Police imposter kills cop, robs church

A search is on for a group of gunmen, who, while dressed as police personnel, killed a policeman and then robbed a church on Tuesday night....

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Ganja seized in Hellshire

Members of the Motorised Patrol Division and the St Catherine South Street Crime Unit seized over 1,000 pounds of ganja in Hellshire, Portmore, St Catherine, this morning.

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Trelawny police seek help to find wanted man

The Trelawny police are seeking the public's assistance in locating a man who they say is now on their wanted list....

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Computer thief sentenced to 18 months' hard labour

Soniel Anderson, the 18-year-old man who was caught on camera breaking into a computer laboratory at the Spalding High School in Clarendon on September 3 last year...

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Partner with us to promote Jamaica - Samuda

JAMPRO Chairman Milton Samuda encouraged partnership for local business and investment from the influential visiting directors of the World Federation of Consuls at the 'Welcome to Jamaica' dinner hosted by the national trade....

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