AZP News

Tags : Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS)

TTPS: GG was Invited not Summoned by PM

    SUMMON and invite are two words that are very different in meaning and incorrect use can result in miscommunication. This is according to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) who sought to clarify information what was posted on Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s Facebook page. The post that was made public on […]Read More

32 Police Recruits Test Positive for Covid-19

    THIRTY-TWO police recruits attached to the Police Academy, St James have been tested positive for Covid-19. And 143 other recruits as well as instructors and other persons are expected to undergo testing soon and as a result, the proposed graduation of September 16 and the passing out of this batch seven days later […]Read More

More Illegal Venezuelans Quarantined at Chaguaramas

    TWELVE more illegal Venezuelans are being quarantined at the Chaguaramas Heliport. The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) stated that officers responded to a report of a vessel carrying immigrants approaching Beach Road in Palo Seco, on Tuesday. They intercepted a blue Cube vehicle in which they found ten Venezuelans, the TTPS release […]Read More

‘Pookie’ on 4 Murder Charges

  A 24-year-old Princes Town man has been slapped with four murder charges. Anthony Mitchell, also known as Pookie, was charged after advice from Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard on Wednesday. He is accused of killing Guimar Jose Rausseo Marcano, Darnel Mitchell, Jose Serrano and Aaron George on May 25, at Daly Road, […]Read More

Police Recover Pistol in Anti-Crime Exercise in POS

      A firearm was recovered by officers of the Inter-Agency Task Force during an anti-crime exercise in the Port-of-Spain district. The exercise took place from 8 pm on Saturday to 12.30 am on Sunday. Police paid special attention to Sogren Trace, Chocolate Alley, Gonzales, Fatima Trace, St Barbs, Trou Macaque and Block 22. […]Read More

27 Held for Bathing in Sea Lots: Police Explain Dangers

AFTER using obscene language in a video to say that they do not care about the novel coronavirus, 27 people from Sea Lots were held by police. A release from the TTPS stated that the video went viral on Sunday showed breaches of the Public Health Ordinance Regulations. It stated that Commissioner of Police Gary […]Read More

Half Kilo of Weed Seized in Sangre Grande

POLICE have seized about half a kilo of marijuana during searches in drug blocks in Sangre Grande on Sunday. According to a release from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS), Sergeants  Katwaroo, Leon and Harper and officers of the Sangre Grande Criminal Investigations Department (CID), Special Operations Unit, Eastern Division Task Force (EDTF) and […]Read More

Sangre Grande Corporation Chairman Helping Police with Covid-19 Protest

  THE Chairman of the Sangre Grande Regional Corporation Anil Juteram is assisting police in their investigation of a protest on Friday evening. The protest that included burning tyres was to show disapproval for reports that Covid-19 patients are to be placed in a refurbished home for the aged on Bridge Road in Sangre Grande. […]Read More

It’s a Crime To Spread Fake News

  It’s a crime to spread fake news. The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) in a release on Saturday stated that there were legal consequences for spreading fake news after some began circulating on social media after Trinidad and Tobago recorded its first confirmed case of the Covid-1 virus. The TTPS stated, the Summary […]Read More

Police Seize Gun with Automatic Firing Selector

    SEA LOTS – POLICE have arrested a 22-year-old Sea Lots man for the possession of a Glock pistol and ammunition. Police said the gun had an automatic firing selector fitted with a magazine containing 17 rounds of 9mm ammunition According to a release from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS), officers of […]Read More