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The Easter weekend murder toll
climbed to nine yesterday with the
killing of 24-year-old Mikhail Dyer
who was gunned down at his Enter-
prise Village, Chaguanas, home at
around 3 pm.
Police said two gunmen stormed
into Dyer s home and shot him sev-
eral times in the head and upper
body. He collapsed and died in his
Head of the Central Division Snr
Supt Johnny Abraham told the T&T
Guardian the killing might have been
an overspill from the ongoing warfare
between the Rasta City and Muslim
gangs. He said a cyclist armed with
a pistol was held a short distance
from the murder scene and is being
questioned. Shortly after that arrest,
officers went to Bagaloo Trace where
they seized three more firearms.
"I am sending a message to them,
I am not scared of anybody and I
am not going to tolerate that non-
sense in central Trinidad, so from
today we are going to be hitting the
ground hard again whoever has to
get pulled in, has to get pulled in,"
However, while the police are link-
ing Dyer s murder to gang activity,
residents claim it stems from a recent
robbery at the victim s home. They
said last week Dyer was robbed but
managed to hold one of the bandits
who was severely beaten and had
since then been threatening the father
Relatives said Dyer was an ambi-
tious man who had only on Holy
Thursday obtained his heavy-T driv-
er s licence and was looking forward
to being promoted from a labourer
to driver at Kiss Baking Company.
In an unrelated killing, police are
awaiting the autopsy report to deter-
mine the cause of death for Junior
Bernard Sanchez, 39, whose body
was found at his home at Joseph
Morantez Trace, Substation Road,
San Raphael, on Saturday. Police said
the body bore marks of violence.
The serenity of the Palmiste com-
munity in south Trinidad was shat-
tered on Saturday when gunmen
stormed a home and shot dead T&TEC
employee Keron Ramkhelawan.
Frightened residents stayed indoors
after police warned that gunmen were
on the loose in the area. Several of them
went on social media to alert their
neighbours about the manhunt.
According to a report, Ramkhelawan,
31, of Montrose, Chaguanas, had spent
the afternoon with his girlfriend Davie
Hosein, 36, her three children and other
relatives at a swimming pool in the
area. They returned to her Bennett
Drive, Block 3 home around 6 pm, and
15 minutes later, while one of the boys
was closing the gate, he saw two gun-
Investigators said the boy ran into
the house and tried to shut the door,
but the men forced their way into the
kitchen and announced a robbery. The
intruders stole one of the women s
phone and gold anklet.
Police believe Ramkhelawan was shot
in the chest when he challenged one
of the robbers.
Officers from the San Fernando CID,
led by Supt Florence Hodge-Griffith
and Insp Don Gajadhar, rushed to the
scene took Ramkhelawan to the San
Fernando General Hospital, but he was
pronounced dead on arrival.
Investigators are looking into reports
that a hit was ordered on Ramkhel-
awan s life by a jealous relative. They
said it appeared the gunmen were
awaiting the family s return. After the
shooting, the two suspects were seen
running toward La Romaine.
Southern Division Task Force scoured
the area, but up until yesterday no
arrests had been made. Homicide detec-
tives have recovered CCTV footage
which they hope will help them identify
A 29-year-old Marabella man who skipped court
five months ago was arrested on Friday and is
expected to appear before a San Fernando magistrate
Police said that around 12.30 pm on Good Friday,
officers from the Marabella CID got word that the
suspect was liming along the old Marabella trainline,
near his Battoo Avenue home.
Acting swiftly, the officers, including Insp Knutt,
Sgt Hajaree, Sgt Bisnath, Sgt Ramlogan, PC Gordon
and PC Mohammed, surrounded the area and detained
the man who allegedly had a .38 revolver, loaded
with six rounds of ammunition in his possession.
Charges were laid by PC Wendell Gordon.
A 27-year-old US deportee who was caught with
$1.6 million in cocaine, $100,000 worth of marijuana
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and four high-powered guns with ammunition at a
house in Hermitage Village, San Fernando, is also
expected in court tomorrow. He will face seven charges
for possession of narcotics, illegal arms and ammu-
nition, some of which were found at another house
Police said the suspect had also rented a house at
Dumfries Road, Rambert Village, which they believe
he intended to use to expand his illegal operations.
Nine murders since Holy Thursday
Suspect who skipped court arrested
T&TEC worker shot dead
A relative of one of three men injured in this accident on the Diego Martin Highway, yesterday, crawls into
the car to retrieve cash and other valuables. PHOTO: JENSEN LA VENDE
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