TWO CHARGED FOR NARCOTICS TRAFFICKING IN LINDEN

Two men who were busted by ranks of the Guyana Police Force (GPF) on Saturday with cocaine and cannabis were on Monday charged for narcotics trafficking. On Monday, two men faced the Linden Magistrate’s Court charged with narcotics trafficking. 28-year-old porter Lawrence Harper of Lot 592 Cummings Lodge, East Coast Demerara,

Four Inmates Escape From Lusignan Prison

Police are on the hunt for four prisoners who escaped from the Lusignan Prison on the East Coast Of Demerara last night. Those that have escaped are: 26-year old Anthony Padmore of Ogle Street Beterverwagting, East Coast Demerara he was serving a three-year sentence for trafficking in cannabis. 26-year old

Mazaruni Prison escapee apprehended

After being on the run for over a month, Mazaruni Prison escapee Christopher Punch has been captured. On Tuesday patrolling ranks of the Guyana Police Force located Punch at the corner of Norton and John Streets at around 04:00hrs Charges will be instituted departmentally as soon as he is reviewed and

EASTER WEEKEND POLICE BLOTTER

Three suspects are currently in police custody in connection with an armed home invasion and robbery in Republic Park on Thursday. The victims positively identified the suspects and several pieces of jewellery have already been recovered. The police are reportedly seeking additional suspects in the crime. A dispute over loud music

Women’s shelter hotline now toll-free

Amid the need for persons to stay at home to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus, the local Help and Shelter organization said it is anticipating an increase in domestic violence calls. To assist victims and reduce abuse, the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) has collaborated with the charity

Bar Association of Guyana calls PM suggestion “reckless and ill-advised”

Over the weekend, Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo called upon officers to enforce the 6pm-6am curfew that was instituted as one of several measures aimed at reducing the spread of the novel coronavirus. On Monday, the entity representing the nation's legal fraternity, the Bar Association of Guyana, wrote a press statement