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Pregnant woman found under bed, fined for electricity theft

A pregnant woman has been fined after pleading guilty in the St Mary Parish Court to a charge of abstracting electricity. Sheena Hutchinson — who was caught hiding under her lover’s bed — was fined $15,000 or 30 days’ imprisonment. The prosecution outlined that the police and a team from …

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Father seeks to save 14y/o son recruited by Gays in Jamaica

Detective Inspector at the Centre for the Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse (CISOCA), Claudette Hepburn, has confirmed that at least a handful of minors are living among homosexuals in gullies in the Corporate Area. Hepburn says although CISOCA has received reports and acted on them, the minors always …

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Jamaican man STABS his wife to DEATH in New York

A Jamaican man in the United States has been charged with the stabbing death of his estranged wife, who is also a Jamaican. Reports from the New York police were that Andre Curtis, 36, was charged on Wednesday with manslaughter and criminal possession of a weapon in relation to the …

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Man MURDERS Mother!

A West Virginia man is facing a murder charge after authorities say he told his pastor he caused his mother’s fatal overdose because he wanted to “end her pain.” News outlets report that 44-year-old Bradford Spencer of Bluefield was arrested Saturday following the Jan. 31 death of 65-year-old Virginia Spencer. …

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Shortwood Teacher’s College Principal KILLS Woman

Dr. Christopher Clarke, Principal of Shortwood Teacher’s College, on Tuesday denied allegations by prosecutors that he was driving in a reckless manner when he was involved in a crash which claimedthe life of a pillion rider three years ago. Yvonne Brown died on March 16, 2014 after the vehicle driven …

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BREAKING: Five Primary School Students Tested Positive for HIV

At least five primary school students have tested positive for the HIV virus and several others have engaged in sexual activities “willingly” Parliamentarians in Trinidad and Tobago have been told. Appearing before a Joint Select Committee (JSC) of Parliament on Wednesday, officials from the Ministries of Education and Health confirmed …

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