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The RCIPS Financial Crime Investigation Unit is once again noting an increase in text-based scams and is reminding the public of the following information for community awareness.
A man, age 21 of George Town, was arrested in relation to an incident involving a serious assault, which took place on Sunday, 20 February, outside the Power Supply Bar on Lawrence Boulevard. The man was subsequently formally charged with Robbery and Assault.
The RCIPS is advising the public of the following road closures taking place to facilitate the Cayman Islands Charity Auto Show, part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, happening on Monday, 16 May, in Central George Town.
On Tuesday 10 May, a 43 year old man of George Town, who is a police constable with the RCIPS, was convicted of Indecent Assault in relation to an incident that occurred on 23 April 2021.
The RCIPS is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 23-year-old Justin Kyle Jackson, who was last known to be living in the West Bay area, in relation to last night’s police pursuit.
Jemma Watson, and Jasmine Presida, age 15 and 13 of Bodden Town, were located this morning, 10 April, by officers in West Bay. Both girls have been returned to their place of residence, and appear to be in good health.
Police are seeking public assistance in locating 14-years-old Jaden Lawrence.
Karen Vanessa Osegura and her daughter, who were reported missing yesterday, Thursday, 30 December, have been located and both appear to be in good health. The RCIPS thanks the public for their assistance in this matter.
Shortly after 3:00AM this morning, Thursday 24 March, emergency services responded to a single vehicle collision on Mangrove Avenue, Prospect. A single male occupant has sustained serious injuries and has been transported to George Town Hospital where he is undergoing treatment.
Police are currently on scene at the Grand Harbour roundabout in George Town where it was reported that a heavy equipment vehicle that was being towed, heading in the direction of Bodden Town, fell off its towing vehicle and overturned off the roadway. No one was injured during the incident.
Police can now confirm the identity of the deceased in the fatal collision which occurred on Saturday evening, 16 October, on South Church Street, George Town. He is 37-year-old Carlos Luyang Patricio of the Philippines, who resided in Cayman.
Since 11 August, officers have been targeting motorists using mobile phones while driving, and in the month of September issued over 150 tickets for this offense. Officers will also be targeting illegal tint during October and anyone found to be in contravention of the law will be ticketed.