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Press Releases of Beat 6 - Prospect

Two Vehicle Collision on Shamrock Road, 27 July

27th July, 2020

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.

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RCIPS FCIU Warns of Potential Government Grant Scams, 24 July

24th July, 2020

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.

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Officers Recover Over 240lbs of Ganja During Search, 2 Arrested & Charged, 20 July

20th July, 2020

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.

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Serious Assault on Shamrock Road, 18 July

18th July, 2020

Shortly after 3:30AM today, 18 July, officers responded to a report of a serious assault at a service station on Shamrock Road, near Selkirk Drive. A man was assaulted following an altercation with another man not known to him, who struck him with an unknown object.

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Men Arrested for Fraudulent Credit Card Use, 16 July

16th July, 2020

On Thursday, 9 July, officers arrested two men, both age 26 of George Town, on suspicion of obtaining property by deception. Yesterday, 15 July, a third man, age 27 of George Town, was arrested on suspicion of the same offense. The arrests stem from a series of fraudulent credit card transactions.

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Acting Superintendent Brad Ebanks now in Charge of Uniform Operations, 13 July

13th July, 2020

Acting Superintendent Brad Ebanks, who is currently in charge of Special Operations, has now been appointed to oversee the entire RCIPS Uniform Operations, following the departure of Superintendent Robert Graham.

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RCIPS Responds to Breaches of Regulations by Liquor Licensed Establishments, 7 July

7th July, 2020

Over this past weekend, 3-6 July, the RCIPS has encountered several instances of patrons and staff at liquor licensed establishments breaching the Prevention, Control and Suppression of COVID-19 Regulations that are currently in place. 

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Aggravated Burglary on Party Lane, 26 June

26th June, 2020

Shortly before 10:30PM yesterday, 25 June, officers responded to a report of an aggravated burglary at a business premises on Party Lane in George Town. The store was closed at the time. Two males broke in through the front entrance, broke into the cash register and then fled on foot with a quantity of cash.

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Recovered Property for Public Viewing, 24 June

24th June, 2020

Officers, during the course of their burglary investigations, have recovered several items of jewellery that were believed to be stolen, while conducting search warrants. The items, including watches, bracelets, rings and chains, are currently being held in police custody pending further investigations.

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Farewell to Superintendent Robert Graham, 22 June

22nd June, 2020

The RCIPS says farewell to Superintendent Robert “Robbie” Graham after 4 years of service to the Cayman Islands. Superintendent Graham was in charge of Uniform Services throughout the islands, encompassing Service Delivery, the Community Police Department, the Traffic and Roads Policing Unit, the Police Detention Centre and all

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