2008 T&T Crime Cases

Some highlighted 2008 cases out of many for the same period

Fri, 17th August, 2018 - 7:35 am GMT

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2018 Crime Stats
T&T Murders: 324 ?
T&T Kidnappings**: 1
** Ransom only

Previous Year Crime Statistics:
TT Murders: 494
TT Kidnappings: 7

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2008 Murder Cases

A Synopsis of Crime for 2008 in Trinidad & Tobago: The ones that are linked lead to actual Discussion. Most times Discussion is based on crimes that do not involve gang warfare / incidents. Highlight for 2008: Kidnappings were drastically reduced.

Paul Salandy
Duck Eggs Murder
Released on DNA Evidence
Soldiers in Crime
Girl 5, Molested by Woman
Number 8 In The World In Homicides

2008 Kidnapping Cases

Shannon Bedasie
Zalina Mohammed

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JEMMEL BAPTISTE, aka “Beak”, “Andy Williams”, “Darko”, and “Darkman”, 31, a farmer of Grand Lagoon Village, Mayaro, was charged with ‘receiving a child into Trinidad and Tobago for the purpose of exploitation’, when he appeared before Magistrate Gillian Scotland, in the Sangre Grande Magistrates’ Court, on Monday 23rd July, 2018. Source 9y.

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