Former Fifa vice-president Jack Warner has sued the T&T Football Association (TTFA) over almost $16 million in loans he claims he provided while at the helm of the organisation.
In the lawsuit, filed in the Port-of-Spain High Court, on Monday, Warner is alleging that the organisation had failed to repay the loans despite acknowledging them several times in the past.
According to his court filings, which were obtained by Guardian Media, Warner claiming that he provided the loans, totalling $15,761,003, over a period of approximately 15 years.
The TTPS is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 24-year-old Marylin Del Velle Espinoza, 73-year-old Felix Sorrios, and 29-year-old Joseph Best.
Marylin, a Venezuelan national currently residing at Icacos Village, Cedros, was last seen at First Citizen Bank, Chaguanas, around 3:25 pm, on July 25th.
Marylin is of Spanish descent, 5 feet 4 inches tall, with a fair complexion, and long red and black curly hair.
She was last seen wearing a red and orange top and a pair of blue jeans and brown slippers.
The TTPS is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 15-year-old Sanjay Sammy.
Sanjay, of Endeavour Road, Chaguanas, was last seen at his home on July 23rd.
He was reported missing to the police later that same day.
Sanjay is of East Indian descent, slim built, with a light brown complexion, and low cut hairstyle.
He was last seen wearing a black jersey, a pair of blue shorts and slippers.
Just two days after a motorcyclist was killed after being hooked by a hanging TSTT cable, a wooden TSTT pole fell on a trailer truck in Rio Claro Tuesday.
The incident triggered calls for proper maintenance of all old and rotten wooden poles in the community but TSTT said the incident was not their fault.
The mishap took place along the Naparima/Mayaro Road opposite a pre-school near the Rio Claro cemetery.
Police are seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating two 15-year-olds, Gabrielle Samaroo and Anthony Rogers.
Both teenagers were last seen at the dormitory of the St Mary’s Children’s Home, Tacarigua, around 1 pm on Sunday.
Relatives and friends of seven fishermen lost at sea are making a desperate plea for assistance in finding them.
The men were on six boats in the Gulf of Paria around 11 pm on Monday night when pirates struck.
Several national security units are searching for eight fishermen who went missing at sea last night after four vessels were stolen in the Gulf of Paria near Carli Bay and Orange Valley. The missing were among several who were thrown overboard. One made it ashore alive and is being questioned by the police.