(Trinidad Guardian) The attacks against prison officers continued on Sunday morning after a prison officer’s house was shot at in Pleasantville.
(Trinidad Express) Police have rescued a 17-year-old Venezuelan national who was abducted and being kept in a house in exchange for drugs.
(Trinidad Express) Three men who held employees of a popular ice cream establishment at gunpoint and robbed them of cash and cellphones were held on Sunday night.
(Trinidad Express) Radio announcer Justin Dookhi drowned in a pond at the La Vega Estate in Gran Couva on Sunday.
(Trinidad Guardian) A High Court Judge has blocked the deportation of a Jamaican man accused of drug trafficking.
(Trinidad Guardian) Diagnosed with cerebral palsy at birth years ago, doctors initially said Josiah Atiba Mandela Thomas might never walk or talk.
(Trinidad Guardian) Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith says despite his achievements over the last year in office, murders and the fear of crime continues to be his biggest challenges.
(Trinidad Express) A man and his female companion are dead following a shoot-out with police on Friday night.
(Trinidad Guardian) Autopsies on the bodies of the Penal triple murder victims revealed that their throats were slit.
(Trinidad Express) A pregnant woman was among four people shot by police in Santa Cruz on Friday night.
(Trinidad Guardian) An employee at the Port of Spain General Hospital was arrested and a quantity of marijuana seized by officers of the Port-of-Spain Division Task Force, during an anti-crime exercise on Friday.
(Trinidad Guardian) Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said the country is going through a period when the public will see “more and more of what happened in the last week”, referring to the recent arrest and charges being laid against former minister Marlene McDonald.
(Trinidad Guardian) The two children found in their Penal home with three corpses on Thursday were blood-soaked and starving, according to their grandfather Dipraj Ragoonanan.
(Trinidad Guardian) The Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA) said it is considering placing signs at several beaches along the North-Western Peninsula of Trinidad after it found high levels of bacteria present in the water, which it said, could increase the probability of contracting infections and other ailments.
(Trinidad Newsday) Strong winds, accompanied by heavy rains blew the roofs of 15 homes, five in Point Fortin and ten in the Penal/Debe area on Thursday.
(Trinidad Express) Police are at the scene of a crime right out of a horror movie.
(Trinidad Express) A Diego Martin man was shot dead following an argument yesterday.
(Trinidad Express) The police action against corruption accused Marlene McDonald is not a crisis but a ray of hope says Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley.
(Trinidad Newsday) The Prime Minister has told the participants in an energy mentorship programme, “Money isn’t everything.” He was delivering the feature address at the launch of the Three-Tier Mentorship Programme for Energy Professionals yesterday at the Hyatt Regency, Port of Spain.
(Trinidad Guardian) Port-of-Spain South MP Marlene McDonald remained under police custody at the St Clair Medical Centre, even though her $2 million bail bond had been granted.
(Trinidad Express) One man was killed and a second wounded outside a bar in Curepe yesterday morning.
(Trinidad Express) A Charlieville fisherman who has been charged with allegedly assaulting his wife’s lesbian lover after he found out about the extramarital affair.
(Trinidad Express) A police officer on patrol at MovieTowne, Port of Spain, lost a toe in a bizarre shooting on Tuesday morning.
(Trinidad Newsday) Cathy-Ann Belfon and Michelle Belfon-Hackett appeared before the Scarborough Magistrates’ Court charged with possession on 749 grams of marijuana on Monday afternoon.
(Trinidad Guardian) A police officer attached to the Emergency Response Patrol in Tobago has been arrested by police on an outstanding warrant.
(Trinidad Guardian) Prime Minister and Political Leader of the People’s National Movement (PNM) Dr Keith Rowley has revoked the appointment of Marlene McDonald as the deputy political leader of the PNM.
(Trinidad Guardian) One man is dead and another injured during a drive-by shooting near the basketball court in Maraval just a stone’s throw away from Diego Martin East MP office Colm Imbert.
(Trinidad Guardian) A Police Sergeant was arrested on Sunday night after he allegedly attacked his wife inside a police station where she went to make a report that he had threatened to kill her.
(Trinidad Express) Former Public Administration Minister Marlene McDonald has been granted bail amounting to $2 million.
(Trinidad Express) Less than a month after he reported receiving threats against his life, 34-year-old Shazard Mannick was gunned down at the Original Sauce’s Doubles’ booth along the Southern Main Road, Curepe, while serving customers.
(Trinidad Express) The swearing in of Senator Garvin Simonette to replace corruption-accused Marlene McDonald as Minister of Public Administration, has been cancelled.
(Trinidad Guardian) Communication Minister Donna Cox’s eyes welled up with tears when she visited embattled PNM MP Marlene McDonald yesterday at St Joseph Police station and prayed with McDonald.
(Trinidad Guardian) After four days of being in police custody, the ruling PNM’s deputy leader Marlene McDonald and her common-law husband Michael Carew were charged last night.
(Trinidad Express) The Government has been reliably informed that based on the advice of the Director of Public Prosecutions, the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service shall be charging Minister of Public Administration.
(Trinidad Guardian) The board of Australian outfit BHP has approved its more than $3 billion Ruby and Delaware project in T&T.
(Trinidad Guardian) In a brazen “machine gun” attack in Curepe on a busy Saturday night where a doubles vendor was shot, scores of limers and late night snackers were left shaken, in shock and thanking God for saving their lives.
(Trinidad Express) While he served customers, doubles vendor Shazard Manick was approached by two gunmen and shot multiple times.
(Trinidad Guardian) Four students who were caught cheating during the CSEC Maths exam in May — after a video was posted to social media showing them and other students using their cell-phones to share an answer sheet — have been disqualified.
(Trinidad Guardian) The criminal investigation of Public Administration Minister Marlene McDonald and her companion widened on Friday as police investigators have unearthed new information.
(Trinidad Guardian) After two days on the run, prison escapee Dillon Clarke has been recaptured during J’Ouvert celebrations in Arima on Saturday.
(Trinidad Guardian) The local cricketing fraternity was thrown into shock with the news that cricket umpire Carlton Best was killed by robbers at the age of 38.
(Trinidad Guardian) Indeira Garcia is due to give birth to her ninth child any day now but the joy and excitement any expecting mother would feel is clouded for Garcia as she is desperately seeking assistance to rebuild her home after an arson attack in February.
(Trinidad Newsday) A grieving dog refused to look at the body of its owner, 34-year-old murder victim Jesse Jacob, on Thursday during the funeral at the family’s home in St John’s Village, San Fernando.
(Trinidad Guardian) The criminal investigation against Public Administration Minister Marlene McDonald and her companion widened on Friday as police investigators have unearthed new information.
(Trinidad Express) Minister in the Ministry of Public Administration and Communications, Marlene Mc Donald spent Thursday night at the St Joseph Police Station and police are expected to continue their line of questioning today.
(Trinidad Guardian) Prisoner Dillon Clarke, who escaped from the Golden Grove Prison in Arouca yesterday while out on an agricultural project, remains on the run.
(Trinidad Guardian) A crack-shot team of anti-crime experts has been hired by a business lobby group to assist the T&T Police Service in dismantling and prosecuting criminal gangs who have been linked to the majority of murders in the country.
(Trinidad Guardian) The resurrection of a six-year-old investigation into the alleged siphoning of over $1 million from a government ministry to three organisations linked to family and friends culminated in the arrest of Public Administration Minister Marlene McDonald and her husband yesterday.
(Trinidad Express) Minister of Public Administration Marlene McDonald and her husband have been arrested.
(Trinidad Newsday) A social media post featuring a traffic ticket allegedly received via mail is a demo.