Rondell Joseph, 26, from Tunapuna, was arrested yesterday for break-in and larceny. According to police reports, the incident occurred on February 7th, at a residence on La Chance Trace, O’Meara Road, Arima. The Northern Division Crime Scene Unit processed the scene and latent impressions, belonging to the suspect, were found. He was arrested by PC Seetaram, PC Williams and PC Noreiga of the Tunapuna Criminal Investigations Department (CID) and taken to the Malabar Police Station where he was interviewed by WPC Paul-Peters and subsequently charged for the offence. He is due to appear before a Magistrate today.
At least 75 people were momentarily detained by police officers of the Special Operations Response Team (SORT) and officers of the Western Division Task Force, after officers swooped down on the popular Residence nightclub in One Woodbrook place just before midnight on Sunday.
“CNC3 did not breach its concession terms with the Morning Brew show of January 7th,” says the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT).
Psychological depression among students adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent closure of schools is real. And parents and teachers are being urged...