Crime: Ram Goat Recovered, Drugs Found

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By Sue-Ann Wayow

A STOLEN ram goat was amongst several items recovered by police officers of the Southern Division.

Several persons were also arrested for various offences.

Police reported that on Tuesday, a woman reported that her ram goat valued at $1,200 was missing.

 PC Ramnanan conducted enquiries which resulted in the arrest of Derrick Mc Leod, 22, of Preau Village, St Mary’s. 

He was charged on Wednesday for the offence of Larceny Cattle.

Man charged for beating girlfriend 

Christian Bacchus, 22 was also charged with Attempted Murder on Wednesday following police investigations, a release from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS).

He was charged for allegedly hitting his girlfriend, 17 about her body with a cutlass when she visited his home at St Margaret’s Village, Claxton Bay in February.

Drugs found in vehicle  

Also on Wednesday, at around 5.30 pm a party of officers were on mobile patrol in the vicinity of C3 Mall, San Fernando, when PC Mathura stopped and searched the occupants of a gold-coloured Nissan Almera vehicle. 

The search resulted in officers finding three white rectangular plastic packets containing 1.5kg. of marijuana, in the rear passenger seat. 

Two men from Palo Seco were arrested and conveyed to the Marabella Police Station, to be jointly charged for the offence of Possession of Cannabis for the Purpose of Trafficking.

Two other suspects were arrested for Possession of Cocaine, while another suspect was arrested for Possession of Cannabis during anticrime exercises conducted in the San Fernando district.

A warrant exercise was also conducted in the San Fernando district, which resulted in the arrest of four persons on outstanding warrants. 

Five other suspects were arrested after an intelligence-led anti-crime operation, geared towards targeting offenders of recent crimes was conducted in the Princes Town and Barrackpore Police Districts. 

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