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On Saturday, 22 September, our West Bay Community Officers joined with young men from the Bonaventure Boys Home in West Bay for a day of fun and interaction, which included a discussion, along with basketball and football games.
Shortly before 9:00AM on Monday, 24 September, officers in Cayman Brac responded to a report of a burglary which was discovered earlier that morning at an office belonging to the Department of Environment. The outside door to the office was breached, and spear gun parts along with three spear guns were stolen.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of wounding, following an incident on Sunday, 23 September, outside a bar on Shedden Road. He has been formally charged and appears in court today, 25 September.
Two women have been arrested in connection with this incident, where a man was assaulted during an altercation outside of a North Side Bar.
Today, 24 September, Police arrested the suspect in this matter a 33 year-old-man from West Bay on suspicion of assault abh, affray and damage to property. The man is currently in custody as the investigation progresses.
Mr. Orlando Reynolds Martinez has now been located by officers who conducted searches based on tips from members of the public. The RCIPS extends its gratitude to all members of the public who assisted in this matter.
Roseanna Redden, age 16 of Bodden Town, absconded on Saturday, 1 September, and has not returned home or been located since. She was last seen at a residence in Frank Sound, North Side. Officers are appealing to the public for assistance. Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Bodden Town Police Station at 947-2220.
Police have now located Motesha Mothen, age 15 of Bodden Town, absconded on Thursday, 5 July. She appears to be in good health.
Police can now confirm that 15-year-old Motesha Mothen, who absconded from school on Thursday 14 June, has now been located and found to be in good health. All three absconded teenagers have now been located.
Police Responded to two motor vehicle collisions yesterday afternoon in George Town where person reported being injured. The details are below:
The Esterly Tibbetts Road Way heading into West Bay is closed between Yacht Drive and Batabano Drive and motorist are being diverted to West Bay Road.
The roadway between the Red Bay Roundabout and the Chrissy Tomlinson Roundabout is currently closed and motorits are being asked to use shamrock Road when heading in the Bodden Town direction from George Town.
With the upcoming school year approaching, the RCIPS would like to remind the public of some traffic issues that impact road safety during morning commuting, especially in the Eastern Districts.