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Three men arrested during police exercise

Police arrested three men during a police exercise when a pistol was discovered under the seat of the vehicle they were travelling in.

The following is a press release from the TTPS:

Three men were held and a pistol and a quantity of ammunition were seized by officers of the Cunupia Police Station, during an anti-crime exercise in the district, yesterday.

Miami border patrol seize over 100 guns destined for Jamaica

US Customs and Border Protection seized a shipment of over 100 firearms and several rounds of ammunition destined for Montego Bay from Miami. 

The shipment contained two blue shipping barrels said to contain personal effects.

During routine physical inspection officers of border protection discovered various food items, cat litter, a cardboard box labeled as a four-drawer dresser, and one cardboard box labeled as a television stand. 

Police seize 6 guns, ammunition, and drugs during anti-crime exercise

Police have recovered over 500 rounds of assorted ammunition and 6 firearms.

8 magazines and 1 silencer following an exercise in south Trinidad today.

Officers made the discovery at an abandoned structure located at Purcell St, Mt Moriah, Vistabella.

Investigators say the bullets are for a number of guns including 9mms, 5.56 guns, 380, and 12 gauge shotguns.

Officers also discovered 12.5 kilos of marijuana during a search of the premise

Police seize guns, ammunition, and drugs during anti-crime exercise

Police have recovered over 500 rounds of assorted ammunition and 6 firearms.

8 magazines and 1 silencer following an exercise in south Trinidad today.

Officers made the discovery at an abandoned structure located at Purcell St, Mt Moriah, Vistabella.

Investigators say the bullets are for a number of guns including 9mms , 5.56 guns , 380, and 12 gauge shotguns.

Officers also discovered a 12.5 kilos of marijuana during a search of the premise

 

17-year-old boy in viral video now in police custody

A 17-year-old male suspect, who is depicted brandishing two objects which appear to be firearms in a video which has gone viral on social media, has been arrested by police.

He was held by officers of the Chaguanas CID around 11.00am, on Friday 3rd November, as he appeared at the Chaguanas Police Station to have his supervised book signed, police said in a statement.

In the video, the suspect is seated in the back seat of a car and is urged by the driver of the vehicle to show the objects to the camera.

Two arrested as police seize Taurus pistol & shotgun

Two men were arrested and a Taurus pistol and a shotgun were seized by officers of the Northern Division Task Force, during an anticrime exercise in the Division, yesterday.

Officers conducted the exercise in the Area West of the Northern Division, between 1:00am and 2:00pm, on Tuesday 10th October, 2017, during which they had cause to stop a vehicle with two male occupants along Centenary Street Extension, Tunapuna.

A search of the vehicle resulted in the pistol and five rounds of .38mm ammunition being discovered.

Laventille man held with pistol, ammunition

A 19-year-old man was arrested and one pistol and a quantity of ammunition seized, by officers of the Inter-Agency Task Force, during an anti-crime exercise in the Laventille area, on Friday 15th September, 2017, police said in a media statement issued Monday.

The statement said that officers conducted the exercise between 5:30am and 8:30am, during which they executed a search warrant for firearms and ammunition at the Mentor Alley, Laventille, home of the suspect.

Barbados police seize guns, ammunition shipped among car parts from Trinidad

Barbados police have seized a significant cache of guns and ammunition that arrived by sea from Trinidad, hidden among vehicle parts.

A total of 16 firearms and 593 rounds of assorted ammunition were found in four separate operations.

Police say that over 400 rounds of ammunition and six firearms were seized at the Bridgetown Port as a result of an intelligence-led operation involving Customs Enforcement Officers and Members of the Anti-Gun Unit.

Police have detained several people for questioning.

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