Armed bandits killed a homeowner on his bed and robed his tenants, two Chinese women, during the early hours of this morning, San Fernando.
Satnarine Rampersad, a driver, 58, of Titanium Crescent, Union Hall, was discovered by police lying on a bloody mattress around 4.10 am with a gunshot wound to his chin. The intruders broke a lock and gained access to the upstairs of Rampersad’s home.
The National Centre for Persons with Disabilities is now calling on corporate T&T to help them secure their facility with cameras and alarms after thieves struck the centre eight times this year, the most recent occurring only this week.
The centre located on New Street, San Fernando, trains 210 differently-abled people in a range of vocational skills including, woodwork, welding, food preparation, office administration, garment construction, bookbinding and information technology.
A teacher at St Mary’s College, Port-of-Spain, has been asked to cease to report for duty after an allegation of misconduct was levelled against him by the Ministry of Education.
A Tobago teenager charged with the offence of robbery with aggravation was sentenced to three years hard labour at the Youth Training Centre, by the Scarborough Children’s Court, yesterday.
The 17-year-old teen of Les Couteaux was sentenced by Justice Gail Gonzales, on September 19th, during a trial into the matter.
The teen was arrested on March 3rd, following a robbery incident which occurred on that same date at Spring Garden Trace, Scarborough.
A man was gunned down in Petit Valley on Thursday night.
He has been identified as Daniel Gowrie also known as Danny Boy, 35, of Upper Stoer Drive.
An 18-year-old from Bon Accord is expected to appear before a Scarborough Magistrate today charged with the murder of gyro businessman Elias Dabbourah.
The teen was held two days after the 30-year-old from Syria was shot in the left side of the head during a botched robbery at Crown Point on Sepetmber 9.