JPS bleeding bad from electricity theft
Director of the Jamaica Public Service (JPS) Southern Region, Keith Garvey, said St Catherine is costing the light and power company US$20m annually through electricity theft....
Higgler charged with office breaking and larceny
A 26-year-old higgler who pleaded guilty to breaking into a university was sentenced to two years' imprisonment in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court yesterday....
Taxi operator hospitalised after attack
A taxi operator remains hospitalised and a woman is being sought in connection with his robbery and abduction...
Girlfriend's lover stabs man in chest
A 43-year-old man is currently at the St Ann's Bay Hospital nursing stab wounds after he was reportedly stabbed multiple times in the chest by his girlfriend's lover and her lover's friends.
Accused released on $200,000 bail
Delroy Patrick was released on $200,000 bail on the charge of wounding with intent when he appeared before the Santa Cruz Resident Magistrate's Court yesterday.
Accused mom killer remanded
"Not today, no bail today", was Senior Resident Magistrate Judith Pusey's reply to the man who has been accused of killing his mother in her sleep at her home in Hope Village, in Kingston last year.
Santina Lamey reported missing
An Ananda Alert has been activated for 17-year-old Santina Lamey, a student of Browns Lane, Granville, St James, who has been missing since Friday, January 25.
Jealousy leads to woman being stabbed
A case of jealousy and heartbreak is what is believed to have resulted in the death of merchandiser Olivene Henry of Content district, St Mary, after she was fatally stabbed in Ocho Rios, St Ann, last week Saturday....
Vendor sentenced for importing cocaine
WESTERN BUREAU: A St James vendor, who tried to import nearly two pounds (900 grams) of cocaine into Jamaica last October, was ordered to pay a total fine of $350,000 or spend six months in prison on Monday.