Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has refuted claims by some that his government is taking nonchalant attitude with the recent spate of crime in the country.
Opposition member of parliament for Central Kingstown, St. Clair Leacock says the RSVG Police Force must be more practical in its analysis and tackling of crime in this country.
With 31 homicides for the year thus far, the leadership of the opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) on Thursday, called on the ruling Unity Labour Party (ULP), to demit office over what the party leaders has defined as, “Governmental Incompetence” to tackle crime in the country.
Minister of Transport & Works Julian Francis is defending the Government’s input, in the fight against crime in this country.
The Seventh-Day Adventist Church in a statement on the crime situation in the country, expressed alarm at what it says is the relative ease with which guns are available in communities and are often used to commit the most heinous crimes.
The homicide count for St. Vincent and the Grenadines is now at 31.
The RSVG Police Force is investigating the death of Irone Bascombe, and Roland Cunningham
Police are investigating the shooting deaths of 3 persons in separate incidents in this country over the weekend.
The police here are seeking the public’s assistance in locating 20 year old Xavier Lynch alias “Bounty” of Cemetery Hill in connection with last Friday’s incident in lower middle street which resulted in a homicide.
A young man of Sion Hill who received several chop wounds about his body this morning on Grenville Street in capital Kingstown passed away at the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital.
Veron Primus of Vermont has been ordered to stand trial for the murder of real estate agent Sharleen Greaves of Calliaqua at the next sitting of the criminal session of the high court.
Ulric Hanson, a 26 year old labourer of Roseau and Glenville Harry, 55 year labourer of Glen were sentenced to six (6) months behind bars
The opposition New Democratic Party in a statement issued on Wednesday expressed alarm over the recent killing of Simonia Dasilva of Fair Hall in an incident which has raised public debate on gang violence.
Three teenage girls were on Wednesday jointly charged with the murder of Simona Dasilva.
Calls for justice have been made as SVG recorded its 24th homicide of the year in the wee hours of Monday (4th September) morning.