At least 20 vehicles were damaged near Gerald Cash Primary School, St. Vincent Road, Munnings Avenue, and even into Pinewood.
Three people were killed and over 100 were injured by two explosives that detonated within seconds of each other at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
Randolph Almanto Coakley, 39, a fugitive wanted in Florida for murder, was sitting in front of a home at Bartlett Street when a gunman emerged from a nearby dirt road and shot him, police said.
It is no surprise that police have favoured the panicked officer who shot a dog while responding to a call. Police officers who can not handle situations like that are dangers to society.
A policeman has been charged in connection with the beating of a detainee after photos of the victim’s bruised buttocks were posted on Rodney Moncur’s Facebook page.
Officers at Southern Police Station ignored Aaron Rolle’s pleas for them to take him to the hospital.
Police launched an islandwide manhunt for those responsible for shooting two police officers in two separate incidents.
There have 320 armed robberies this year compared to 314 for the same period last year, and police have noted a dangerous trend where groups of men are following people and robbing them at their homes.
“It’s very disconcerting the number of armed robberies that we’ve been having over time, since the start of the year,” said Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade.