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Thursday, January 23, 2020

Essequibo woman found dead in clump of bushes

– The decomposed remains of a woman, suspected to be that of Judith De Oliveria was found in a clump of bushes at...

Five in custody for murder of BV man

- The body of the man found at Liliendaal, East Coast Demerara, on Friday January 3, has been identified as that of 30...

43 – Year – old man dies after being struck by reversing minibus

- The police are investigating a fatal accident that occurred at about 16:40h yesterday Saturday January 4 on the main road at No....

Wanted man shot, taken into police custody

- At about 19:00h last night Saturday January 4, Khemraj Fredericks called ‘Rattie’, 32 years, of Nottinghampshire, Mackenzie, was washing his motor vehicle...

Man stabbed to death, wife assaulted

- The police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of Dearoop Siewchand, 72 years, of Zeelandia, Mahaicony, East Coast Demerara, whose body...

INTERPOL urges Caribbean to make use of tools to fight crimes against children

LYONS, France (CMC) – The international Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) is urging the Caribbean and other developing nations to maximize the use of its...

Paradise man stabs reputed wife to death

– A mother of two was stabbed to death on Friday  night (January 3) by her reputed husband at her Paradise, East Coast Demerara...

Writers protected despite absence of modern Copyright Act – Culture Minister

By Kurt Campbell – Writers and others professionals who seek to protect their work and in so doing continues to lament the absence of...

Police Force to tap into crime mapping mechanism in 2014

- The Ministry of Home Affairs and the Guyana Police Force now have access to large amounts of data which are collected from...

18 months jail for man who stole Blackberry Phone

- A man with no fix place of abode was today sentenced to 12 months imprisonment by Magistrate Faith McGusty after he pleaded...

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