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In order to facilitate the National Heroes Day Celebrations which are taking place on Monday, 24 January, the following road closures will be in place from Friday, 21 January at 6:00PM to Monday, 24 January, at 9:00PM. The roads will be temporarily re-opened during business hours on Saturday, 22 January, from 8:00AM to 4:00PM:
Just after 3:15PM yesterday, 18 January, a number of RCIPS Units attended a residence on Duxies Lane in West Bay to execute a search warrant. The officers were accompanied by officers from the Animal Welfare Unit of the DOA.
A man age 24 of Bodden Town has been formally charged with Attempted Robbery and Possession of a Controlled Drug, in relation to an incident on Sunday, 2 January, and a quantity of drugs found in his possession at the time of his arrest.
The man, age 53 of West Bay, who was arrested on 14 January in relation to an incident on 9 January, has been formally charged with Publicly Doing an Indecent Act and Criminal Trespass in relation to the same incident.
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.
The RCIPS is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 24-year-old Charles Leonard Walton III, who was last known to be living in Prospect. He is known to be aggressive and is believed to be armed and dangerous. Immediately call 9-1-1 upon sighting him.
The public may now disregard the wanted notice for Michael Lopez Watler. The wanted man turned himself into the Cayman Islands Detention Centre today, 2 November, where he was subsequently arrested by the police.
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.
Over this past weekend, from 24 September through 26 September, officers responded to 25 motor vehicle collisions on Cayman’s roads. As such, the RCIPS is taking this opportunity to remind the public about the importance of always practicing safe driving behaviours.