Someone Knows Something (SKS)

Somebody must know something. Right? Sadly, however, in a small country such as ours, people disappear into thin air and other crimes occur that are never solved.

If you have any information on any of these cases, please call 868-623-1777 ext. 2728 or email us at sks@trinidadexpress.com.

THE journey into an inferno of pain for the Jacob family began on the afternoon of April 13, 2016.

Three hand-written letters naming four suspects in the disappearance of disc jockey Claude “Choko” Hospedales, back in October 2011, were dropped off on the doorsteps of his mother, Maureen Hospedales.

FOUR months after 16-year-old St Anthony’s College pupil Akil Phillips was shot dead in front his grandmother’s Laventille home, no one has been held for his murder. As the months tick by, his mother, father and grandmother continue to mourn him.

IT WAS no secret that Netanya Mohamdally was a troubled child. However, following rehabilitation at the St Jude’s Home for Girls, Mohamdally expressed a desire to change and wanted to start over.

A PLAN to kill by an ­obsessed lover.

That was how the parents of 18-year-old Gabrielle Sohan have described the slaying of their daughter in Chaguanas on December 14, 2015.

HE was warned of the dangers of living in Trinidad and Tobago. He was told citizens were being held hostage in a nation plagued by crime.

Rio Claro police constable Anil Persad lost his life under strange circumstances deep in the Cushe/Charuma forest in May 2011.

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