Police have recovered a number of items during operations over the course of this month. The recovered items are jewelry and watches which the police believe to have been stolen.
On Friday, 24 May, a man in Cayman Brac was arrested on suspicion of illegal gaming and possession of criminal property, while another was warned for intended prosecution for illegal gaming. Several receipt books, other gambling paraphernalia, and a large sum of cash were also recovered following searches of the man's property.
On Wednesday, 29 May, following an operation conducted under the Misuse of Drugs Law at a location in the vicinity of Songbird Meadows, Cayman Brac, 47 mature ganja plants were recovered. As a result, a man, age 60 of Cayman Brac, was later arrested on suspicion of cultivating ganja.
In order to facilitate the Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists’ 125th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, 1 June, Seaview Road, East End, will be closed between Knot Street (near the East End Post Office) and Skipwith Link (east of the East End Seventh Day Adventist Church), from 7:00PM to 12:00AM.
On Friday 24 May, the RCIPS Community Policing Department was invited to attend the Bodden Town Primary School’s Career Day. The event was open to other schools in the Eastern Districts and the Savannah Primary School as well as the East End Primary School was in attendance.
Officers recovered 38 mature ganja plants at an address in Bodden Town on 22 May during an intelligence led operation.
Just before 4PM on Friday, 24 May, police and other emergency services were dispatched by the 9-1-1 Communications Centre to South Church Street, where it was reported that a man was unresponsive after having experienced difficulties in the water.