Two men allegedly in possession of a Micro Draco AK-pistol with a magazine containing 35 rounds of 7.62 ammunition were arrested.
A woman detained for the murder of Maritime General and Fidelity Finance chairman John Henry Smith made a brief escape from the St Ann’s Hospital, St Ann’s, before da…
Police believe they have made inroads in an online robbery ring where consumers who responded to fictitious online advertisements in Facebook marketplace were scammed…
Three children died after being trapped in a burning house in Maraval this morning.
A 41-year-old woman who has been detained following the killing of the chairman of Maritime General and Fidelity Finance, 74-year-old John Henry Smith, has been sent for psychiatric evaluation.
The woman, the Express was told, had been observed making “questionable utterances” and after consultation with their legal team, a decision was made by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) to send the woman to the St Ann’s Hospital for evaluation.
While bars await the green light from the Government to reopen their doors, one bar owner is making an appeal for “specific and targeted” assistance to be given to the industry so they can at least pay their bills.