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gun in car
Three men were held and a revolver and ammu-
nition were seized by officers of the Northern
Division, during an operation to recover a stolen
vehicle in the Sangre Grande district on Monday.
Officers, who conducted the exercise between
11.30 am and 6 pm, stopped and searched a silver
Nissan Note motor vehicle with three male occu-
pants, near Boys Town, Sangre Grande.
A chrome and brown wooden handle revolver,
loaded with six rounds of .38 mm ammunition,
was found hidden in the centre console of the ve-
hicle. The three suspects; a 29-year-old, 25-year-
old and 29-year-old of Morvant, Petit Valley and
Diego Martin respectively, were arrested.
In a separate incident, officers recovered a
white Hyundai H100 vehicle abandoned near Boys
Town, which was reported as stolen on Saturday.
The exercise, was led by acting ACP McDonald
Jacob and field operations were supervised by
acting Snr Supt Michael Daniel, included a party
of officers from the Northern Division Special In-
telligence Unit, St Joseph Criminal Investigations
Department and St Joseph Crime Investigations
Campers leave clean scene
after Easter vacation
It seems the Keep It Clean campaign has
begun to reap rewards as hundreds of
people who trekked to the scenic north-
east coast for rest and relaxation over the
Easter long weekend left only footprints
after their mini-vacation.
Chairman of the Sangre Grande Re-
gional Corporation Terry Rondon yes-
terday thanked the vacationers and
corporation workers who worked to-
gether to make the occasion memorable.
Rondon said campers occupied several
locations between Matura to Matelot for
the four-day weekend.
He singled out Dianna Lakhan, Chief
Executive Officer of the corporation, and
her team of workers for the services they
provided during the Easter holidays.
Rondon said they ensured the water
trucks were operational and portable
toilets were in place. He said municipal
police officers and Eastern Division Po-
lice were on hand to ensure a safe and
crime free zone.
He also praised Eastern Regional
Health Authority for having the health
centres along the northeast coast opened
and staffed by doctors, nurses and other
medical staff to attend to any emergen-
“Your presence and professionalism
displayed was a comfort for everyone,”
Rondon said the lifeguards were ef-
fective and efficient and their regular
patrols along the shores ensured that no
lives were lost. To the Cepep teams who
made sure the environment was cleaned
before and after the campers left, Ron-
don thanked them for their service.
Rondon told the T&T Guardian that,
from the reports he received, there were
more people camping along the north-
east coast than the east coast, which
stretches from Manzanilla to Guaygua-
yare. The increase in the number of
campers and visitors has been linked to
the problems on the seabridge where no
passenger fast ferry was in operation.
Rondon said he was satisfied campers
placed their garbage in bags and secured
them away from stray dogs.
Chairman of the Sangre Grande Regional Corporation Terry Rondon, left, with Cepep workers on the field yesterday.
Cause of fire
at army camp
No official cause has been ascertained for the fire
at the army camp in La Romaine on Easter Mon-
According to reports, around 6.30 pm soldiers
on duty at the camp observed smoke coming from
one of the buildings.
When the soldiers checked they discovered the
office where computer and communication equip-
ment were kept was on fire.
Fire fighters of the Mon Repos Fire Service re-
sponded and managed to extinguish the blaze
thus preventing it from spreading to the rest of
When contacted for a comment via WhatsApp
Messenger, Flight Lieutenant Monique Sprott re-
plied, “The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service
and the Trinidad and Tobago Fire Service are
working together to ascertain the cause of the fire.
No further information was forthcoming. A party
of officers from the San Fernando CID led by ASP
Ali Mohammed visited the scene. Investigations
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