Yesterday, 29 July, the RCIPS and Coast Guard recovered packages of suspected ganja that had been discovered by members of the public in two separate locations.
Just after 8PM, yesterday 29 July, police were dispatched by the 9-1-1 Communication Centre, to the junction of Shedden Road and Eastern Avenue, where it was reported that a robbery was taking place at the public transport bus stop involving three men.
Just before 2AM today, Monday 27 July, police was dispatched by the 9-1-1 Communication Centre to the Dolphin Plaza on Eastern Avenue, George Town, to a fight in progress where it was reported that a large group was involved in the incident.
Just after 9:30PM on Saturday 25 July, police and other emergency services were dispatched by the 9-1-1 Communication Centre to a report of a motor vehicle collision located on Shamrock Road near Pointdexter Road involving a black Audi A4 and a Gray Honda Civic with a trailer attached at the rear.
In recent months the RCIPS has become aware of at least two possible scams circulating inviting Cayman residents to apply for Government grants, while requesting a cash deposit of approximately CI $100-125, along with personal ID details, to process these claims.
Just after 2:15AM this morning, police were informed of a collision that took place on Spots Bay Road, Little Cayman where a pick-up truck is believed to have veered off the roadway and collided with a tree. The vehicle was occupied by two persons at the time.
Shortly before 5:00AM this morning, 20 July, officers responded to a report of a stabbing at a service station on Walkers Road, near the intersection of Boilers Road. A man at the location was approached by another man who stabbed him and then left the location in a vehicle.
On Wednesday, 22 July, RCIPS officers on patrol in West bay recovered a number of packages of ganja from a beach in the vicinity of Conch Point Road. Thirty packages, containing approximately 750lbs of ganja were recovered, and have been examined.
Shortly before 12:40AM today, 22 July, officers responded to a single-vehicle collision on Bodden Town Road, in the vicinity of Anton Bodden Drive. A silver Honda Civic had been travelling westbound when it left the roadway and collided with a concrete garbage receptacle on the roadside, receiving extensive damage.
A man and woman have been charged with several offenses following a search and recovery of over 240lbs of ganja on Friday, 17 July. They appear in court today, 20 July.