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Police raided a forested area of
Santa Cruz on Sunday and found
two illegal guns they believe may
be linked to two sets of murders
which took place last week and over
The guns, along with a sizeable
haul of marijuana with a street value
of almost $3 million, were found by
members of the North Eastern Divi-
sion Task Force (NEDTF) during an
anti-crime exercise from 2 pm-10
pm on Sunday.
Police said the exercise was in
response to a double murder last
Thursday, in which Gregory "Jam-
down" Charles, 36, and his 37-year-
old friend Sherwin "Dan" Cole were
killed when two gunmen raided
Charles Pipiol Street, home.
Police led by Insp Roger Alexander
and Sgt Cornelius Samuel went into
the Pipiol forest, where they found
the items hidden in a dense under-
growth within walking distance from
where the two men were killed.
The illegal items included a .38
revolver and a high-powered MP 40
The guns were taken to the Foren-
sic Science Centre in St James, where
ballistic testing is expected to be
done to determine if they were used
in the murders.
Police also found 178 kilos of com-
pressed marijuana hidden nearby.
They said the marijuana was of high
quality and potency and was most
likely smuggled into Trinidad from
Jamaica or St Vincent.
Similar exercises are scheduled
for the next couple of weeks.
Homicide detectives are working
on the theory that Thursday s double
murder was linked to the triple mur-
der at Desperlie Crescent, Laventille,
on Saturday morning. Around 4 am
on Saturday, police responded to
reports of a shooting and discovered
the bodies of three men in a house.
The victims were later identified as
Michael Fox, 24, his 21-year-old
cousin Jamal Fox and their friend
Shaquille Bishop, 21.
Police sources said two of the men
were originally from Santa Cruz and
had recently moved to Laventille.
Investigators believe the triple
murder may have been a reprisal for
last week s double killing.
They had not made any arrests
in relation to either set of murders
up to late yesterday.
CHARLES KONG SOO
T&T will host its first ever international
Panorama competition in August 2014.
Pan Trinbago president Keith Diaz said
the International Panorama Competition
will be held at the Queen s Park Savannah,
Port-of-Spain on August 2, 2014, the day
after Emancipation Day, a holiday that is
historically associated with drums and pan.
He said he expects representation from
Japan and Africa, as well as bands from
T&T, Antigua, St Vincent, Grenada and St
There is a restriction of 60 players per
side for the one-off performance.
There will also be an international pan
conference carded for July 30-31, 2014, in
which delegates from Australia, France, Eng-
land and the USA have already expressed
Panyards can help reduce rising crime in
the country, Diaz said.
He was speaking at Pan Trinbago s inter-
faith church service and procession at the
St Joseph s Convent Chapel, Abercromby
Street, on Sunday.
"Our organisation has developed strategies
we don t want to divulge at this time. How-
ever, we re willing to work with the powers
that be to eradicate crime using our pro-
"We started to work with the former
National Security Minister Brig John Sandy
with solutions about crime when they moved
him and all those plans were shut down.
"It was a programme for not only one
panyard or one community, but for imple-
mentation across the board."
He said anywhere the steelband went
across the world, the instrument brought
"peace and love" with it. In other countries
the pan has helped in alleviating crime, Diaz
said, citing international examples of reha-
bilitation programmes that gave juvenile
offenders the chance to participate in the
programmes involving steelpan in lieu of
serving custodial sentences.
He said another benefit was when young
people got involved with pan, they developed
discipline, character and achieved higher
marks in education.
Diaz said he would ask the executive of
the national pan body to consider Fr Clyde
Harvey s suggestion of a competition for
panyards which came up with the best pro-
gramme to deal with the rehabilitation of
During his homily, Harvey said the con-
gregation should not wait for the government
to help with the crime situation, but should
start to help themselves.
Diaz said too many young people and
young fathers were dying and leaving
Pan Trinbago will hold a March For Peace
on August 10 from 1 pm, to highlight this
disturbing trend. The march will go from
Morvant Junction, along the Eastern Main
Road, up Abercromby Street, across Duke
Street West, then to Victoria Square, oppo-
site Pan Trinbago headquarters.
Panyards plan to fight crime
Police find guns, marijuana in forested area
Uni Stars member Michael Green, left, and Pan Trinbago's Trustee, Allan "Pablo"
Augustus pull Uni Stars at the corner of Oxford and Abercromby Streets after Pan
Trinbago's Interfaith service at St Joseph's Convent Chapel, Abercromby Street, Port-of-
Spain, Sunday. PHOTO: ANDY HYPOLITE
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