'SONNA PUCKHOO' SHOT DEAD - Son of MoBay tycoon killed at his gate

No. 133 Friday, August 27, 2010
Shakeel Lincoln, Krystal Lincoln and stepson Lorenzo Stephens were left motherless and fatherless respectively on Wednesday morning of
this week after gunmen snuffed out the life of Radcliff Lincoln, Jr., otherwise called ‘Sonna Puckhoo’, 41 year-old Cornwall College past student and son of deceased popular businessman Radcliff ‘Sonna Puckhoo’ Lincoln Snr.

Two more corrupt cops nabbed

No. 133 Friday, August 27, 2010
The reputation of the St. James Traffic Department received yet another body blow within the past four days after another two police officers were taken into custody by members of the Anti-Corruption Branch on reasonable suspicion.

ACCUSED RAPIST SHOT DEAD....Man reportedly raped and buggered mother

No. 133 Friday, August 27, 2010
By Volney Barrett
A 38 year-old St. Elizabeth man who was accused of sexually abusing his more than 80 year- old mother, was shot dead by the police on Wednesday night in as Top Hill in that parish. The police had gone there to execute an arrest warrant.

Cambridge teen missing

No. 133 Friday, August 27, 2010
Fourteen-year-old Shyann Leemock of Cambridge, St. James has been reported missing from home since Tuesday, August 4.

Crime rate falls in St. James - say police

No. 133 Friday, August 27, 2010
By Okoye Henry
Strategies toward effectively fighting crime have long been a longstanding problem for Jamaica, and especially St. James, which for sometime was labelled the crime capital of Jamaica, with its overbearing crime issues.

Robbers on the run....Man shot after $100,000 heist

No. 133 Friday, August 27, 2010
The police in Sandy Bay, Hanover and Montego Bay, St. James have since embarked on a massive manhunt to apprehend the two armed robbers who are said to be behind a $100,000 heist which occurred in Hanover on Wednesday morning.

Caretaker Sleeps While Thieves Enter House....Two caught by cops, others escape

No. 133 Friday, August 27, 2010
Two of four robbers who broke into a house at Bogue Hill were caught red-handed by the police, when they responded to an emergency alarm triggered by the would-be thieves.

Back-to-school blues for Westmoreland unemployed

No. 133 Friday, August 27, 2010
By Paul Clarke
The advent of a new school year always results in untold stress on the pocket books and wallets of parents, who have to find a tremendous amount of money to purchase books, shoes, uniforms and bags for September morning.


No. 13 Friday, August 27, 2010
By Western Mirror
The arrests of three policemen in Montego Bay for allegedly taking bribes in the execution of their duties are further evidence that a remolding of the Jamaica Constabulary Force is needed.

[OPINIONS]:::Going after rogue cops

No. 133 Friday, August 27, 2010
By Robert Dailey
The Bruce Golding led administration has finally established the Independent Commission of Police Investigations which was long overdue frankly speaking. Former Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions in Jamaica and Attorney- at-law Mr. Terrence F. Williams was officially sworn in as Commissioner of the newly formed Independent Commission of Investigations by Governor General Sir Patrick Allen on Thursday, July 29, 2010.

[OPINIONS]:::Remedy Bogue Road Dualisation now

No. 133 Friday, August 27, 2010
By Martin Watson
I am a frequent reader of your newspaper, and I must say thanks for highlighting some of the ills that beset us as a people. However, I want to use this space Sir, to ask those with the obvious power to quickly do something to remedy the situation with the dualisation of the Bogue Road.

[OPINIONS]:::You can do better, Summerfest

No. 133 Friday, August 27, 2010
By Shauna Grey
Every year, people from all over congregate In Montego Bay to attend the ‘Greatest Reggae Show on Earth’, Reggae Sumfest. Some of these people spend their last dime to come and see their favourite artistes in action.

[SAV SUSS]:::The Undertaker

No. 133 Friday, August 27, 2010
By Savannah Joe
It is usually us as parents that at times send our children unknowingly to whoredom, but as the Lord called the prophet Hosea and told him to take a prostitute for his wife, then, all is not lost.

[MARINE PARK]:::Too Quite....Where did all the storms go?

No. 133 Friday, August 27, 2010
The updated hurricane outlooks still forecast a very active Atlantic storm season -- about twice the “normal” level of activity.

Trelawny Custos gets temporary office

No. 133 Friday, August 27, 2010
By Shamir Brown
Custos of Trelawny, Paul Muschett, will soon be engaging persons from the comfort of his new office space, albeit temporarily, after he was allowed the use of the Falmouth Information Centre at 1 Trelawny Street.