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Bahamian man caught with cocaine at airport

According to police reports a Bahamian man was arrested and charged after being found with a quantity of cocaine in his luggage at the Norman Manley International Airport on Friday. The Bahamian national has been identified as 52-year-old Burlin Mitchell Starr of South Beach, Nassau, Bahamas. He has been charged …

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Hundreds pay final respects to slain missionaries at memorial

The memorial service for the two slain American Missionaries who were brutally murdered in Wentworth, St Mary, saw hundreds turn out to the Boscobel United Church on Saturday to pay their final respects. Randy Hentzel, 48, and Harold Nichols, who were both members of a medical outreach group committed to …

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Man who attacked school principal offered bail

A Portmore man accused of biting off a school principal penis, has been offered $200,000 bail with surety. The 24-year-old man is charged with wounding with intent and larceny of motor car. Bail was offered in a hearing on Friday in the St Catherine Parish Court, he is scheduled to …

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Two children, a four-year-old boy and a 10-year-old girl, were burnt to death when fire gutted a 10 bedroom house close to Studio One Boulevard in Kingston this morning. Close to 15 other persons were left homeless as a result of the fire. Reports are that, at about 4:30am, persons …

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Reports Are That Alkaline’s US Visa Has Been Revoked

According to Jamrockone.com, the visa was revoked on May 13, after the Artiste released a politically motivated track titled ‘Save Yourself’ in which he addressed Jamaica and Caribbean nations, saying “You can’t change my pride, you can’t take my power.” However the single in question has not surfaced online, nor …

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6% Reduction Of Murders So Far In 2016

Police statistics indicate that murders have been trending down. Since the start of the year, some 409 murders have been recorded on police blotters. Over the corresponding period last year, 435 murders were recorded. This represents a six per cent reduction. Rape has also decreased by 31 per cent, with …

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