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    Samuda pays for Mombasa grass

    Agriculture minister Karl Samuda has shelled out more than half a million dollars to pay for the 14 acres of Mombasa grass that have been planted at his farm in Knollis, St. Catherine. “I have here a receipt for $546,000 paid by certified cheque in favour of the account of the Jamaica Dairy Development Board,” Samuda […]

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    Manchester woman gets three months for extortion -in Jamaica

    Careba Salmon has been sentenced to three months in prison at hard labour for her role in an extortion ring that targeted business operators in central Jamaica. Salmon, 24, was sentenced when she appeared before the Manchester Parish Court today. She pleaded guilty to six counts of conspiracy to extort on April 5. Her Attorney, Joel […]

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    MoBay shipping wharf under gun watch

    he Montego Bay Wharf, located in Freeport in the western city, is now is under increased surveillance from the police. Just over a week ago, the police hit the jackpot at the wharf when eight illegal guns one high-powered rifle, a shotgun and six handguns, alongside 1,046 rounds of assorted rounds of ammunition, were found […]

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    Wanted man killed in Jamaica

    One of St James’ most wanted men is now the subject of a murder investigation in the neighbouring parish of Westmoreland. Dead is 28-year-old Kavian Irving of Dalling Street, Savanna-la-Mar in Westmoreland and Cambridge,  St James. Irving was wanted by the St James police in connection with a case of murder and was shot dead […]

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    Criminals in Jamaica Allegedly Making and Selling Potentially Deadly Fake Rum using cleaning alcohol

    DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT CARL BERRY SHOWS SOME OF THE SEIZED COUNTERFEIT GOODS, INCLUDING THE FAKE RUM, AT THE COUNTER-TERRORISM AND ORGANIZED CRIME BRANCH (C-TOC) Fake rum produced using cleaning chemicals is the latest hot commodity among counterfeit goods unearthed by law enforcers in Jamaica. At a press conference hosted by the Counter- Terrorism and Organized Crime […]

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    Jamaica Police Using WhatsApp to Tackle Sexual Exploitation of Children

    The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is using messaging service WhatsApp to tackle the sexual exploitation of children via social media. Head of the Corporate Communications Unit of the JCF, Superintendent Stephanie Lindsay said a WhatsApp group was created to encourage citizens to send all sexual videos and images of children directly to the police, in […]

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