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Central Division s Senior
Superintendant Johnny Abraham
and his officers have a break-
through in the upsurge in gang
activities in Enterprise, Chagua-
nas, with the arrest of three want-
ed men over the weekend. The
suspects were held during a police
exercise which took place
between 4 pm on Saturday and
2 am yesterday.
The men, described as "main
players and shooters" are to be
placed in a series of identification
parades from today. There are
approximately 30 outstanding war-
rants for each of them for murder
and other crimes. A Glock 19 and
a quantity of 9 mm ammunition
were recovered during the exer-
The Central Division s Major
Crimes and Divisional Task Force
is working around the clock to
restore peace and normalcy in the
community. They are said to be
working alongside members of the
Inter Agency Task Force (IATF)
and members of the TT Defence
On Saturday four men, allegedly
members from the Unruly Gang
from Enterprise were also arrest-
ed.The IATF joined forces with
Central Division officers on Thurs-
day, conducting patrols throughout
the area, focusing on Bhagaloo
Street, Gittens Lane, Chris Terrace
West, Crown Trace, Boss Lane,
Walter Lane, Boodram Street and
Last Tuesday, residents of Bha-
galoo Street, Gittens Lane and
Chris Terrace West spoke of their
experience with gunmen coming
into the area and shooting at them
and their homes.
On Wednesday, National Secu-
rity Minister Carl Alfonso said he
would sanction soldiers to go into
the area, once a request was made
by the police. On Saturday, soldiers
were deployed to the area.
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-
Bissessar made an impromptu visit
to the area and met and spoke with
Lionel Jennings, uncle of PNM
Tabaquite candidate Kevin Chan, has
been found dead.
Jennings, 60, of El Pariso Road,
Guaracara, was reported missing on
Wednesday afternoon. Since then fam-
ily had been appealing to the police to
help them find him. However, no police
or law enforcement officer ever
responded. Around 2.30 pm yesterday,
one of Jennings s neighbours spotted
his body lying face down in bushes a
few hundred yards from his home. He
was wearing a pair of white sneakers,
a t-shirt and jeans.
Chan told the T&T Guardian even
after the body was found, there was
confusion with the police.
"We called Gasparillo to say we
found the body and they told us to call
Brasso. We called Brasso and they
directed us to Gasparillo. Eventually
the Brasso police came," he said. He
added that search crews were expecting
the police to assist them by using track-
er dogs to find the missing man but
this never happened.
Chan said Jennings s body was cov-
ered with maggots and up to 5 pm the
District Medical Officer had not arrived.
He said funeral arrangements will be
made after an autopsy is done.
Jennings was last seen by neighbours
locking his front gate around 5.30 pm
on Wednesday. He then walked down
to the back of his house. Relatives sus-
pect he may have collapsed and died.
Investigations are continuing.
Sangre Grande police have intensi-
fied their search for a "PH" driver in
connection with a series of rapes in
This follows the latest report of a
sexual assault on Saturday morning.
The victim told police she boarded a
white "PH" motorcar on the Eastern
Main Road in Sangre Grande. Instead
of taking her to her destination, the
driver went to a remote location, then
held a knife to her throat and sexually
assaulted her. He later dropped her off
at a street in Guaico.
The woman went to the police station
where she made the report and was
taken to the Sangre Grande District
She described her attacker as being
of African descent as stocky, of dark
complexion with a low haircut. WPC
Timothy is continuing the investigations.
Superintendant Neville Sankar is urg-
ing women should be extra cautious
and to be aware of their surroundings.
"Avoid late night parties. Be very alert
with people pretending to be friendly
who might lure them in dark areas to
violate them," he advised.
Menwhile, the son of a retired
brigadier will appear before a Port-of-
Spain magistrate on charges of danger-
ous driving, driving without a permit
and refusing to take a breathalyser test.
He was arrested on Friday morning and
is out on bail.
Police said at around 5.30 am, officers
of the Western Division Task Force were
on mobile patrol along the Wendy
Fitzwilliam Boulevard when they saw
a black motorcar heading in a westerly
direction, swerving between lanes. The
officers pursued the vehicle which came
to a stop near the West End Police Sta-
tion. Police said a 35-year-old man was
in the driver s seat of the vehicle and
there was also a woman in the car.
The officers said they asked the driver
to submit to a breathalyser test but he
Uncle of PNM
candidate found dead
Grande police hunt
for rape suspect
held in Enterprise
Officers of the Northern Division Task Force leave the Immigration Detention Centre in Aripo after
conducting a search of the facility yesterday. The officers reportedly seized several cell phones, hacksaw
blades, shanks and contraband material during a search of 200 cells. PHOTO: ABRAHAM DIAZ
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