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October 11, 2016
September, 2016 As at
FIXED INCOME FUND
As at October 11, 2016
INCOME & GROWTH FUND
Professionally Managed Mutual Funds
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7.6161 8.0169 8.6497
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2.2050 2.3967 2.5908
2.6815 ****** 3.4682
for OCTOBER 11TH, 2016
Murder linked to vehicle deal
Relatives of one of two men, whose
body washed ashore last week in
South Trinidad, believe a transaction
over a vehicle may be responsible
for his death.
Fruit vendor Wazim Nabbie, 21, was
found dead in the Gulf of Paria, last
Friday, near the Port of Pointe-a-
Pierre by the Water Taxi crew aboard
the HSC Trini Flash.
His body was recovered by Coast
Guard off the Trinmar Jetty in Point
Fortin on Saturday.
It was hog-tied and a cloth fastened
with duct tape covered his face.
He and taxi driver Che-Anderson
Reid were reported missing to St
Joseph police on October 5.
Reid, 25, of Cunupia washed ashore
along the Point Coco Beach in
Granville around 3 pm Saturday. Both
men were shot in their heads and
dumped in the sea.
On the day the men went missing,
police found Nabbie s blue pick-up
along King s Wharf San Fernando.
According to Nabbie s uncle, Jamil
Mohammed, police got involved over
the pick-up Nabbie bought a few
months ago and the matter went to
However, when the case ended,
Nabbie was allowed to keep the pick-
"I feel it was some kind of misun-
derstanding. Maybe he purchased the
van and they wanted more money or
he still had money for them.
The last time I saw him was two
weeks ago, so I don t know what went
on between the time," Mohammed
He said Nabbie sold fruits near
Princes Town and usually had a lot
of cash on him so that he could pur-
chase goods. He said Nabbie would
often sleep in his stall too.
Jamil Mohammed recounts the last time he spoke
with his nephew, Wazim Nabbie, who was found
dead. PHOTO: RISHI RAGOONATH
victim of the La
was buried yes-
terday even as
to unravel the
truth after con-
about the inci-
Hassan Ali, who was shot in the head last Fri-
day during a botched robbery in Diego Martin,
while four other customers, including an off-
duty police officer, who engaged two gunmen
who came to rob.
Ali, 35, of Diego Martin man died on Monday
after being declared brain dead. He had on life
support for three days.
Mourners flocked the Farfan Street, Diego
Martin home of Ali yesterday to pay their final
There were no sermon or eulogy recited at
the funeral, however, the casket was remained
open for at least 35 minutes to all the mourners
to have their final viewing.
Mourners spilled unto the roadway and nearby
Four Roads Recreational Grounds and lined up
to have a last viewing.
According to police reports, around 12.30 pm
two men barged into Specs Cuts barbershop
along La Puerta Road, Diego Martin, corralled
the two barbers and five customers, including
Ali and off-duty police officer Insp Kenneth
Morgan, into a back room and demanded tickets
for a party that took place on Sunday in
Sometime later Morgan is reported to have
left the back room and confronted the bandits.
There was a shootout and Ali was shot in the
head. In the end, one of the bandits, Shaquille
John, 23, of El Dorado, Tunapuna, was killed,
Morgan was shot in the groin, Antonio Coelho
in the right eye and left leg, Azbab Khan in the
right arm and stomach and Jonathan Vincent
was shot in the buttocks.
Vincent was treated and discharged while
Coelho, who lost his eye, along with Khan are
both warded at the Port of Spain General Hos-
pital. Morgan is warded at WestShore Medical.
Relatives of Coelho said Khan on Tuesday said
disputed the police version of the incident which
described him as a hero.
They said Morgan refused to comply with the
their pleas not to engage the bandits as they
Morgan, Khan, Coelho and Jonathan Vincent
were shot in the incident.
Two St Joseph men are now in
police custody after being arrested
in connection with murder of a 25-
year-old man following a confronta-
tion on Tuesday.
According to police reports the
deceased, Ronald La Croix, was at the
home of a friend at Wharf Trace, St
Joseph when he got into an argument
with two men at the house around
The men and La Croix, police said
had a dispute sometime before. The
two men, police said, armed them-
selves with hammer and knife and
attacked La Croix, who was stabbed
in the chest and thrown over a
La Croix was taken to the Eric
Williams Medical Sciences Complex
where he died late Tuesday.
The men ages 24 and 34, relatives
of La Croix s friend, were arrested
shortly after the incident.
2 in custody for stabbing death
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