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An argument between two men in Long-
denville on Saturday night ended with a
41-year-old plumber being shot dead. Up
to yesterday, Central Division police could
not find Clifton "Mongman" Alleyne John s
killer, who is believed to be a drug dealer
in the community.
According to reports, around 6.45 pm,
residents of Christian Drive, off Paradath
Street, overheard a loud argument between
two men. Within minutes, several explosions
rang out and when they checked, neighbours
found John lying face down, bleeding from
several gunshot wounds.
Police and ambulance were called in but
by the time Snr Supt Johnny Abraham, ASP
Brandon John, Sgt Jitindra Toolaram and
homicide officers arrived, John was already
dead. The body was viewed by DMO Dr Ravi
Kawal who ordered an autopsy at the Forensic
Science Centre on Monday.
It was the second murder in two days in
Longdenville. Police yet to identify the par-
tially burnt body of a man found in a drain
along Fletcher Road, Ravine Sable on Friday.
Police said the man appeared to be in his
early twenties, had low hair and was shirtless.
He was wearing red denim trousers, sneakers
and a gold chain.
Men robbed in taxis
A 30-year-old information technology
technician was beaten and robbed while trav-
elling in a PH taxi to Chaguanas on Saturday.
Police said that around 1.30 am, Kawal
Bunsee of Longdenville Old Road, Long-
denville, boarded a silver Nissan Sunny B14
along Southern Main Road, Dow Village,
California and asked to be taken to
He told police that he entered the car while
talking on his phone and there were three
male occupants and one female. But instead
of heading to Chaguanas, the driver turned
in the opposite direction and one of the
men grabbed his phone and began to beat
His phone, a Samsung Galaxy valued at
$2000 was stolen along with a $700 silver
chain, a $350 wrist watch, $200 cash and
several bank cards, he told police. He was
taken to Pranz Gardens, California where he
was dropped off and told to run.
In a similar incident around 8 pm Friday,
Shastri Ramdeen, 23, of Sum Sum Hill, Clax-
ton Bay got into a white Nissan Sunny B14,
licensed PBO 866, in front of the California
Chinese Grocery. Two other men enter at
the same time.
On reaching the Savonetta Fire Station,
the driver went off route and one of the pas-
sengers began beating him. The men took
his gold hand band, a Samsung Galaxy Note
valued at $2000, a $900 wrist watch, a deck
of Yu-gi-oh cards and $500 cash, he told
police. He was then thrown out of the vehicle
in the Phoenix Park. WPC Maharaj is inves-
tigating both crimes.
Cops search for
missing panel van
Police are searching for a white Nissan
panel van which was stolen in Claxton Bay
on Saturday night. Around 10 pm, the owner,
Charles Bailey, a welder of Chocolate City
Avenue, Sum Sum Hill, Claxton Bay, parked
his van, PAK 1970 opposite Ramlogan s Hard-
ware at the corner of Milton Road and went
to a nearby bar.
When he returned around 12.15 am, the
vehicle valued at $40,000 was missing. In
the vehicle was an Alcatel mobile phone val-
ued at $140 and other personal documents.
Central Division Task Force and Couva police
searched for the van but up until yesterday,
it could not be found. WPC Atkinson is
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A female parlour
owner was yesterday
injured in a daylight
shooting in Arouca.
The woman, identi-
fied as Michelle Moore,
was shot while at her
business place on Range
Road, Five Rivers. Police
are continuing investi-
gations as they have not
yet identified a motive
for the shooting.
Police attached to the
Arouca Police Station
are also investigating a
burnt station wagon left
Cops probe link between
shooting, burnt car in AroucaThe burnt car
discovered in the
cemetery at Crown
Road, Five Rivers
Weekend of murders,
robberies in Central
in the cemetery at
Crown Road, Five Rivers.
The remains of a station
wagon remained on the
small paved walkway
between gravesites when
the T&T Guardian vis-
Two armed policemen
were also in the scene,
monitoring the area.
Police were unable to
confirm whether the
two incidents were
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