Monthly Archives: May 2018

Two policemen in custody after allegedly sexually assaulting woman 

A file is now being prepared to be sent to the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) for a ruling following the arrest of two St Ann police officers, who allegedly sexually assaulted a woman on Monday night.

Jamaican Indicted In The US For Violating Federal Firearm Laws 

A Jamaican man has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on charges of violating various federal firearm laws.

Harry and Meghan shake up royal tradition in star-studded wedding

WINDSOR, United Kingdom (AFP) — Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot at Windsor Castle on Saturday in a royal wedding like no other, mixing British pomp and African American culture in front of a celebrity congregation and cheering crowds.

6-month-old boy among three shot, injured

THE Kingston Western Police have theorised that yesterday’s shooting of three people, including a six-month-old boy and his grandmother on Ramsay Road in Kingston, was the result of a gang feud in the area.

Capleton still among ‘Best’

Organisers of Best of the Best concert are confirming that embattled deejay Capleton is still booked for the event.

Lion-hearted

Jamaica’s double Olympic champion Elaine Thompson is still battling the Achilles heel problem that has hindered her performances, but she soldiers on.