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Police officer held for common assault and obstructing justice

PC Angelo Cedeno, 40, attached to the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF), is currently in police custody after being charged with two counts of common assault and obstruction of justice. 

Cedeno, 40, was arrested and charged today at the IATF Base, following advice received from the Director of Public Prosecutions, Roger Gaspard, SC. 

According to police reports the charges arose from separate incidents which occurred between December 2017 and November 2018.

CoP asks public for information on sex party

If you know any details about the now infamous 'sex island' orgy text 482-Gary.

The hedonistic bash is scheduled to commence tomorrow, Friday, December 14th and up to Monday 17th.

In a post published on the TTPS' Facebook page this morning, commissioner Griffith is asking law-abiding citizens who know the date, time or location of this drug and prostitution party, to text him at 482-Gary.

St. Ann's man missing

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 41-year-old Jason Nunes. 

Jason was last seen at his home at #25A Fondes Amandes Road, St Anns, around 9:00 am on November 29th.

 He was reported missing to the Belmont Police Station at around 11:32 pm on November 30th. 

Jason is of mixed descent, light brown in complexion, medium built 6 feet 1 inch tall with a close cut hairstyle black in colour, short beard and mustache.

Think before giving children alcohol

Think be­fore giv­ing a sip of Punche-de-Crème to a child or any oth­er al­co­holic con­tained bev­er­age as a mat­ter of fact be­cause it could land you up in jail for two years along with a $7,500 fine.

This was the warn­ing giv­en by the T&T Po­lice Ser­vice’s pub­lic re­la­tions of­fi­cer ASP Michael Jack­man. Jack­man was speak­ing on the CNC’s Morn­ing Brew yes­ter­day morn­ing.

Penal man awarded $75,000 for police beating

A Pe­nal man has been award­ed $75,000 af­ter a High Court judge ruled that po­lice had un­law­ful­ly ar­rest­ed and beat the man, lead­ing to him los­ing sight in his left eye.

Jus­tice Frank Seep­er­sad ruled in favour of Nicholas Guer­ra. The judge dis­missed the claims by of­fi­cers that the in­juries Guer­ra suf­fered were as a re­sult of them at­tempt­ing to dis­arm him at the A&R Bar in Pe­nal on June 13, 2013.

TTMA commends Commissioner

The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA) is commending Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith on the progress made in policing across the country since his appointment in August of this year. 

The TTMA says it notes "the many positive outcomes of the operations, which Commissioner Griffith has spearheaded within recent times, inclusive of major drug busts and apprehension of kidnappers". 

Four held as police seize Uzi in Princes Town

Four persons are presently being detained by police after they were arrested for possession of a high-powered firearm in Princes Town yesterday. 

The suspects, whose ages range from 17 to 25 years and are all of Enterprise, Chaguanas, were arrested by officers of the Emergency Response Patrol on Wednesday. 

While on patrol around 11:30 pm, along the M1 Tasker Road, Princes Town, police observed a red Nissan Almera motor vehicle parked near a fruit stall, with four male occupants behaving in a suspicious manner. 

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