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Three children were among six
people injured when a car being
chased by police crashed into two
vehicles in Siparia yesterday.
Siparia CID officers seized 34
packets of high-grade marijuana
and a package of pure cocaine,
together valued at $2.5 million. A
machine gun and a Glock pistol
were also found in the car.
According to police, a team of
officers, including Insp Anderson
Pariman, Sgt Rishi Ramsaran and
PC Alvin Rampersad, went in
search of two men and a woman
in a Honda Civic who had just left
a Palo Seco beach after purchasing
the drugs and guns.
On spotting the police vehicle
near Siparia, the suspects sped off
along the SS Erin Road. When they
reached the busy High Street,
Siparia, the driver collided with a
Nissan Laurel and the Mitsubishi
Lancer at Coora Road junction.
The occupants of the Nissan
Laurel, including the children, ages
five to ten, were taken to the Siparia
District Health Facility where they
were treated for minor injuries.
The suspects, ages 21 to 29, from
Curepe, Trincity and Las Lomas,
were arrested and taken to the
They are expected to appear in
A 19-year-old man
wanted for questioning
in connection with mul-
tiple shootings and
homicides in the Mor-
Drugs, guns seized
after high-speed chase
vant area is now in
police custody after he
was arrested in the dis-
trict on Tuesday night.
Police officers assigned
to the North Eastern
Division Task Force were
on patrol around 10 pm
when they received infor-
mation of gang activity
in the Mon Repos area.
While on their way to
Mon Repos, they saw a
man dressed in dark
clothing on Seventh
Avenue, Malick. The
man, upon seeing the
police vehicle, immedi-
ately ran off. The officers,
led by Cpl Small, pursued
the man through a trace
and held him.
The officers said the
suspect, a 19-year-old
man from Councilman
Circular, Upper Seventh
Avenue, Malick, matches
the description of a per-
son wanted for question-
ing in a number of
shootings and homicides.
Police said they were
fired upon while taking
the suspect into custody
but their attackers ran
away when they returned
The officers believe
that they were shot at by
four different people.
Police said around
10.30 pm they found a
wounded man, Stephen
Roberts, who was shot in
his lower back and hand,
in the Mon Repos area.
Roberts, 21, said he
was washing his car with
a friend when they heard
gunshots. When he
turned around he saw a
man pointing a firearm
in his direction.
Roberts said after
being shot he ran as fast
as he could and waded
through a nearby river to
evade the shooter.
The shooter escaped in
the opposite direction.
Roberts was taken to an
where he remains warded.
Murder suspect held in Morvant
Prisoners Leslie Huggins, left, and Alladin Mohammed, both convicted of
murder, show off their painting of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar
during the T&T Prison Service 6th Inmates' Art Exhibition at Long Circular
Mall, yesterday. The event was co-hosted by the Council of Prison Chaplains
and Ministers and aims at rehabilitation through art. PHOTO: SHIRLEY BAHADUR
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