Monthly Archives: May 2016
A double homicide in Salybia the victims are a father and son. Reports say Lloyd and Ryan Ramkissoon were shot and killed at their Langusta Trace home. The incident occurred during the early hours of this morning. Neighbors told investigators they … Continue reading
A Trinidadian woman living in the U.S. is shot and killed by her husband. Benjamin Luck who reportedly studied at the University of the Southern Caribbean in Maracas, St. Joseph, has been charged with her murder. The woman, Daria Pauline … Continue reading
President of the Public Services Association, Watson Duke is expected to surrender to police investigation a sexual assault allegation against him.
The skeletal remains of a human being are discovered in east Trinidad.
Brazil’s Senate has begun to debate whether President Dilma Rousseff should face a full impeachment trial.
Former Concacaf president Jeffrey Webb has been granted some amount of leniency by the US court in order to provide care for his two-year-old son.
Two independent senators have voted with the government on the contentious Strategic Services Agency Amendment Bill. The government only needed one vote from the independent bench. After hours of debate and a committee stage perusal, just before midnight the bill … Continue reading
The charred remains of a human body, is discovered in Arouca.
Police are being accused of using too much force in its reported run in with Rasheed Alexander.
An autopsy is ordered to determine how baby Jacob Bastaldo died. The 2-year-old boy was declared dead on Friday at the Chaguanas District Health Facility. His 18-year-old mother told police she was at the Caroni Village, Caroni home of her … Continue reading