Ashton Ramsoogoon

Ashton Ramsoogoon

Ashton Ramsoogoon, 25, is expected to appear virtually at the Chaguanas Magistrates’ Court on Friday after he was charged with two counts of robbery with aggravation on Thursday.

Ramsoogoon, of Caparo Street, Montrose, Chaguanas, was charged in relation to a robbery at a doctor’s office in Montrose, Chaguanas on October 13.

According to police, an armed man entered the doctor’s office at about 3.15 and announced a robbery.

He robbed two victims of cell phones and cash, which included the earnings for the day.

Following enquiries by the Chaguanas Criminal Investigations Department (CID) and CID Operations in the Penal District, the suspect was arrested on Monday, while conducting sales at a green wooden parlour located along the Penal Rock Road.

He was placed on several identification parades and was positively identified in relation to the robbery.


In the words of calypsonian Denyse Plummer, East Port of Spain residents “nah leaving!”

This was what many of them said in response to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s advice to seize the opportunity to move from the area, if requested, to allow for the revitalisation of Port of Spain.

The Prime Minister said on Thursday: “If you don’t move, that means you will stay in the squalor for the next 40 years. You might like that, but your children wouldn’t like it. And I will say the same thing to Sea Lots.

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s announcement of a $10 million allocation to assist bar and restaurant workers who have been financially affected by Covid-19 restrictions has been described as a much-needed measure by the Bar Owners Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BOATT).