Enterprise

'Krysis' apologises for videos; says he's ready to cooperate with police if...

Avinash "Krysis" Seepersad of Enterprise, has apologised for the videos he made that were perceived to be promoting conflict in the Enterprise area.

At a news conference this after, Krysis he and his followers do not want to be known anymore by the term 'Unruly Isis'.

He said they should now be referred to as Masjid Al Salaam.

He said he has agreed to supply information on corrupt police officer but only if he is granted protection against victimisation and persecution.

'Krysis' wants deal before giving info

Abdul “Krysis” Wakeel won’t “sing” until he gets what he wants.

The Unruly Isis member won’t come forward with information about issues in Enterprise, Chaguanas, unless proper arrangements are made to receive it and the State agrees not to engage in intimidation, coercion or prosecution, says Islamic front leader Umar Abdullah.

“These (conditions) are necessary because giving that sort of information is very risky - we know what happens to witnesses,” Abdullah told the T&T Guardian yesterday.

Seales against permanent police station in Enterprise

The proposed police station in crime-torn Enterprise community is being described as a plaster on a sore by Police Service Social and Welfare Association president Insp Michael Seales.

Speaking about the proposal yesterday, Seales said the Longdenville Police Post and the Chaguanas Police Station were already in close proximity to the community and would allow police to respond to any issue there.

Missing Enterprise teen found

Ronald Williams, the 16-year-old of Crown Trace, Enterprise, Chaguanas, who was reported missing by his mother, Charlene Francis, on Sunday 26th March, 2017, has been found. 

A statement by the police says he was found by officers of the Chaguanas Police Station, today, Thursday 29th March, 2017. 

Trinidad and Tobago Police Service thanks the public for its assistance in ensuring the teenager’s safe return. 

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