Just before 6AM on Saturday 13 October, police and other emergency personnel were dispatched by the 9-1-1 Communication Centre to a report of a vehicle that was caught on fire, along Watler’s Road in George Town.
The RCIPS informs the public of restrictions around the approval of the closure of main roads to prevent traffic congestion during peak hours.
On Sunday, 7 October, five packages were recovered by officers after members of the public had discovered them washed ashore in the vicinity of the South Sound dock. This morning, 12 October, the drugs, which had a total weight of 5.2kg (including packaging), were destroyed.
Yesterday morning officers in West Bay received a report of an assault of an elderly woman. Today, a woman, age 33 of West Bay, was arrested on suspicion of assault GBH in relation to the same incident.
Officers attended an area in Walkers Road in response to public concerns about drug use in the area. Over the course of two days, five arrests were made on suspicion of possession and consumption of ganja.
Officers from Bodden Town CPD invited a young Caymanian professional, Doralee Wright, to speak to the girls currently residing at the Frances Bodden Children's Home. The officers later held a small ceremony for her at her workplace of Cayman national Bank, where they presented her with a token of their appreciation.
A man who died on Monday, 1 October, was revealed to have ingested several pellets containing a substance believed to be cocaine. The pellets were discovered during a post-mortem. The matter is currently under investigation by the Coroner's office.
The RCIPS FCU is advising the public of an ongoing online scam conducted using Facebook Messenger and possibly other social media, where victims have received text messages and phone calls through Facebook Messenger.
The police are currently investigating two incidents, a robbery and attempted robbery, which took place in the Bodden Town area overnight, 28-29 September. A man has been arrested and charged with the Robbery and appears in court on Friday, 5 October.