Undercover police officers who have been dispatched to “every corner” of T&T to monitor illegal activities such as prostitution and human trafficking, will now focus their attention on the Sex Island event being promoted by a foreign company for Down the Islands this weekend.
This was disclosed by the Commissioner of Police (CoP) Gary Griffith on CNC3’s The Morning Brew Tuesday, as he discussed a New York Post article that identified T&T as its new location for the infamous “Sex Island” all-inclusive party.
Three-week-old baby Imran Ali has been taken out of a dirty, dilapidated house at Philippine and is now warded at the San Fernando Teaching Hospital under the care of the Child Protection Unit.
Days after the Guardian Media highlighted the baby’s plight, there are allegations that scammers are hoodwinking Good Samaritans and profiting from the family’s plight.
Several people who reached out to the Guardian Media said a lot of the items donated to the family are now being sold by Ali’s relatives.
National Security Minister Stuart Young intends to block the organisers of a four day, three-night “sex extravaganza,” called Sex Island, which has selected an island of T&Ts coast for its next event.
Five houses are slowly sinking into a precipice at Diamond Village, San Fernando, leaving residents frightened for their lives.
The landslip, triggered by a leaking water main, has forced some families to abandon the lower sections of their home.
The body of a 13-year-old boy who was reported missing has been discovered among some bushes in Cashew Gardens, Longdenville.
Police are currently on the scene.
There is as yet no reports on the cause of death.
Earlier today, police issued a statement asking for the public's help in locating Joash Pantin.
Pantin, of Cashew Gardens, Longdenville, was last seen at around 7:30 pm, December 1st.
He was reported missing to the Longdenville Police Post, on December 1st by his mother and grandmother.