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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Man stabbed to death, allegedly by his brother

A Cayon man returning home to attend the funeral of his mother Monday evening became the 20th murder victim of the year for St....

Public Support Still Needed to Consolidate Police Gains

Acting Commissioner of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force, Hilroy Brandy, shared that the combined efforts of the security forces, the public...

New UNDP Head: ‘Something Good is Happening’ Regarding Crime Reduction in...

Recently appointed Resident Representative for the United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP), Multi-country Office for Barbados and the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), with...

Brothers slapped with more than 20 charges

Brothers slapped with more than 20 charges By Monique Washington Tivonne and Travonne Bryant have been charged with a combined 22 charges from both customs and...

Justice Denied? Shot Nevis Security Guard Never Gets Day in...

British Prime Minister William Gladstone (1809-1898) said "Justice delayed is justice denied." But what if justice is simply shoved under a carpet in something...

Drunken Sleeper Set On Fire

By Stanford Conway The Observer ST. KITTS–A male resident of Cayon Village is currently being treated at the Joseph N France General Hospital for second-degree burns...

One Dead Two Wounded In Weekend Violence

By Stanford Conway The Observer One man is reportedly dead and two others, including a juvenile, are currently in hospital as a result of separate shooting...

Drive-by Shooting Wounds Conaree Man

By Stanford Conway The Observer Two young men are nursing injuries to their bodies at the Joseph N France General Hospital following separate shooting incidents on...

POLICE STING GAMBLING OPERATION IN COTTON GROUND

By John Denny Nevis Reporter (Charlestown) – A 24 year old man and one juvenile received EC$1,000 fines and two juveniles had convictions noted after being...

Increased criminal activities force Police High Command to suspend time-off and...

By LR Liburd The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer  With the shooting-death of three young men in as many days, the wounding of four others and the armed...

GUN SMUGGLING ATTEMPT FOILED

By Steve Thomas Observer Nevis Editor (Basseterre, St. Kitts) - There were a lot more than toys in those packages. In fact, the boxes held deadly...

Bandits Shoot Businessman in Face

Trisha La Place The Observer Two bandits shot a Sandy Point business man in the face in an attempt to rob him of money. St.Clair Warner, owner...

Commissioner Queeley Hails 2017 improvements calls for better in 2018

Commissioner of Police Ian Queeley has commended officers of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force (RSCNPF) for the improvements they made...

Government draws on expertise of specialists to address crime

The government of St. Kitts and Nevis has committed significant resources to support the efforts of security forces to address crime reduction and prevention...

Police Investigate Sexual Assault

Police are currently investigating the sexual assault of a young female in the Basseterre area Friday, Sept. 6. The incident was reported at about 10:45...

Two walk away from 2013 charges

Marking the end of the April 2017 criminal assizes for Nevis, Ibal Tyson and Franchette Davis have been acquitted of any false doing after...

Last Chance: SKN Youth Encouraged to Enter Eastern Caribbean Video Contest

It's your last chance for entries to the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States,(OECS) video contest dubbed ‘Be a High Commissioner for a day...

Jeffers Found Guilty on Two Counts of Unlawful Communication

Shermel Jeffers, of Gillard Meadows, was found guilty on two of three counts of Unlawful Communication at the Basseterre Magistrate Court July 15, according to the Royal...

FOUR MEN FOUND GUILTY IN MURDER OF GAVIN GILBERT

By Lesroy W. Williams Observer Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts) - Louis "Tooloo" Gardner, Sheldon "Hatcher" Isaac, Romeo "Buncum" Cannonier and Ruedeney "Denney" Williams were found guilty...

Minister of Public Infrastructure’s son gunned down

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts -- Mickail "Mitch" Liburd, the 32-year-old son of Minister of Public Infrastructure the Hon. Ian "Patches" Liburd, was gunned down...

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