Ian Alleyne at his studios in Chaguanas 

TWO employees of talk show host Ian Alleyne were detained on Monday for larceny of $10,000.

The two suspects – a 36 year old man of Curepe, and a 27 year old man of San Fernando – are in custody of Chaguanas police.

Police detained the suspects at Alleyne’s studio at Endeavour Connector Road around 5 p.m.

Officers were informed that $10,000 that went missing from Alleyne’s car last week.


Vote for incumbent Princes Town MP Barry Padarath.

This was the call of former Opposition Senator Wade Mark yesterday, as he criticised the People’s National Movement (PNM) for raising an issue about Padarath’s nomination papers.

The Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers’ Association (TTUTA) is hoping “good sense prevails” today and Government announces the closure of all primary schools to prevent further Covid-19 transmission.

The validity of Barry Padarath’s nomination will not stop Princes Town voters from casting a vote for the UNC stronghold on August 10.

This is according to a number of constituents who were interviewed by the Express yesterday in the face of the PNM’s intention to file legal action challenging Padarath’s eligibility to contest the Princes Town seat.