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A 52-year-old Englishman was arrest-
ed at the Port-of-Spain State Prison on
Saturday evening for cocaine trafficking.
According to reports, officers of the
Port-of-Spain CID led by ASP Ajith Persad
were summoned to the prison, after the
man, who is serving a three-year prison
sentence for a similar offence, began com-
plaining of stomach pains, on Saturday
Police detained the man for several
hours during which he started to excrete
plastic pellets of cocaine. He was taken
to the Port-of-Spain General Hospital
where he excreted more cocaine pellets.
The total weight of the drugs in the
pellets was 115 grammes.
Police said that the man remained
warded under police guard in hospital up
to late yesterday, with doctors observing
him to see if he excreted more drugs.
Investigators believe that the man
smuggled the drugs into prison and ingest-
ed them during a routine search of his
cell, on Saturday morning.
The suspect was arrested at the Piarco
International Airport in June, after police
found cocaine in his luggage. He pleaded
guilty to cocaine trafficking when he
appeared before an Arima magistrate and
was sentenced to three years in prison
with hard labour.
Meanwhile, 21 people were arrested in
an anti-crime exercise in Port-of-Spain
over the weekend.
The exercise which was co-ordinated
by Senior Supt Wayne Boyd began at 6
am on Saturday and ended yesterday
During the exercise, the lawmen issued
more than 30 fixed penalty tickets for
traffic offences along Arapita Avenue in
Woodbrook. The exercise mainly con-
centrated on communities in Laventille,
Beetham Gardens and east Port-of-Spain.
Twelve residents were arrested for mar-
ijuana and cocaine possession with the
rest being held on robbery inquiries.
Baby escapes death
as car runs into river
An eight-month-old baby was among six peo-
ple who escaped death yesterday when the car
they were in crashed into a river along the M2
Ring Road, Golconda.
Yesterday afternoon, baby Sarah Rambarran
giggled and played with her mother Alana Henry,
25, of Gasparillo, oblivious to the danger she and
her siblings, Elissa Cedeno, six and Luke, seven,
Henry, who shivered as she held on to baby
Sarah, said she was seated in the back seat of
their car with the children.
According to Henry, she and the children, along
with her husband, Steve Rambarran, 27, and Vijay
Bickharry, were on their way to visit her aunt in
Penal around 12 pm.
The car, which was driven by Bickharry, skidded
on the road and he lost control.
The car ended up in the river at the side of the
road. It landed on its side.
The occupants had to climb out of the car to
escape. Luckily the water was low in the river.
Constructora OAS medical personnel from the
nearby Point Fortin highway project site noticed
the accident and stopped to render assistance.
OAS medic Olive Ramgoolam checked the chil-
dren and the adults for injury.
She placed Elissa on a back board in the OAS
ambulance after the child began crying and com-
plaining that her neck and back were hurting.
Luke was also placed in the back of the vehicle
until the ambulance arrived.
Bickharry, who appeared dazed, sat at the side
of the road with his head in his hands looking
helplessly at his damaged car.
Investigations are continuing.
Police are investigating an
early morning shooting in east
Port-of-Spain yesterday which
has left two elderly men warded
Investigators said around 8 am,
Leo Doyle, 60, of Mendoza Road,
Belmont, and his friend 68-year-
old Keith Lake, of Piccadilly
Street, Port-of-Spain, were liming
in front a bar located at the corner
of Duke and Piccadilly Streets.
Police said that a Nissan B13
pulled in front of the bar and three
Without warning, the gunmen
opened fire on the bar and the
After discharging more than 15
rounds, the men returned to their
vehicle and sped off.
Doyle was shot in his left
shoulder while Lake was hit on
his left ankle and right cheek. The
bar owner and other patrons
Both men were taken to the
Port-of-Spain General Hospital
where they received treatment.
They both remained warded, up
to late yesterday.
Detectives interviewed the
other patrons in the bar who were
able to give a description of the
gunmen and their getaway vehi-
cle. An arrest is imminent, police
Investigators believe that gun-
men are members of a gang from
Laventille, which is currently
engaged in a turf war with a rival
gang from east Port-of-Spain.
Detectives of the Port-of-Spain
CID are probing the shooting.
with cocaine in
Two wounded as gunmen shoot into PoS bar
Models wearing outfits designed by Peter Elias
walk the platform at "Contagious," the St Mary's
College fashion show held at the college, Pembroke
Street, Port-of-Spain, on Saturday evening. PHOTO:
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