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Sunday, August 1, 2021

Beware of scammers soliciting fake food, money

The United States Embassy warned on Wednesday about false information that is being spread on social media, WhatsApp and text messages about fake food...

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...

Hung jury in Delano Browne’s trial

Judge releases defendant on bail until case retried By Monique Washington The case against Delano Browne, who is charged with attempted robbery, ended on Monday at...

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...

Brazen Gunmen Rob Patrons at Nevis Restaurant

Two gun totting masked individuals attempted a successful armed robbery at Mem’s Pizzeria Wednesday evening, but had an unsuccessful getaway. The Observer visited the...

Ministry of Sports Apologizes for Warner Park Stadium Break-in, Cricket Game...

The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture and the government of St. Kitts and Nevis apologized Monday for a break-in that took place at...

St. Kitts and Nevis to strengthen police force information system

The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis’ aim to strengthen the police force’s reporting management information system to further secure the safety of the...

Man Chopped, Shot And Robbed At Home

Fifty-four-year-old Leonard "Calla" Gumbs was chopped in the head with an axe, shot in his left thigh and robbed of US$1,343 and a cheque...

Police Investigate Human Remains Found in House

Police Officers discovered Human remains found in a house in Boyd’s Village Febr. 6 sometime after 2 p.m. and are currently in police custody....

Police Briefs: Juveniles Held in Warner Park Break-Ins, Several Items Recovered

Two juveniles were recently held for Building Break-In and Larceny, as well as Building Break-In in relation to two incidents at the Warner Park...

Molineaux Woman Found Guilty Of Arson

By Trisha La Place The Observer ST. KITTS — A high-court jury on Monday found a 23-year-old Molineaux woman guilty of setting fire to a four-bedroom...

AFTER A ROBBERY, THE VICTIMS SPEAK

By Steve Thomas Observer Nevis Editor (Charlestown, Nevis) – Larry Hepler is a furniture maker. Alice Early is a writer and consultant. They live on Martha’s...

Prison Guards Set to be Charged in Inmate Beating

Charges are expected to be laid on three prison Officers who beat up an inmate at Her Majesty Prison in Basseterre last month. News...

Police Briefs: Stapleton Convicted, Sentencing Scheduled for January

Delroy Stapleton of Lodge was convicted of Unlawful Wounding and Discharging a Firearm in a Public Place. Friday. The offences were committed on June 27, 2016....

Reduction in Violent Crime Priority as PM Harris Highlights 2018 Goals

A reduction in violent crime has been cited by Prime Minister Dr. Timlothy Harris as a major goal of his government for 2018. The Federation...

Gang Members Voluntarily Hand Over 30 Illegal Guns

A total of 30 illegal firearms and 73 rounds of assorted ammunition were handed over to police by gang members through a trusted third...

All 12 jury: Alexander Diaz not guilty of murder

Dominican citizen Alexander Diaz, charged with murdering fellow countryman Pabel Santana back in 2014, was found not guilty of all charges after a 10...

UNDP Head Impressed with Drop in Homicide Rates for St. Kitts...

Crime being so prevalent in the Caribbean with its negative impacts on economic and social well-being, Resident Representative at the United Nations Development Programme...

Named Best Recruit, Constable Jeffrey Ready to Serve and Protect

Police Constable Lesburt Jeffrey, a recruit who left St. Vincent and the Grenadines to come to St. Kitts and Nevis to fulfil his childhood...

Commissioner of Corrections Participates in Conference on Alternative Measures to Imprisonment

Commissioner of Corrections Terrance James recently returned from Uruguay, where he participated in a two-day Bi-Regional High-Level Conference on the use of Alternative Measures...

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