Trinis Who Embarass The Country Abroad

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Written by: Pandora - 29th Oct, 2017 - 12:50pm Trinidad Safety Reply
Another one embarrassing the country abroad along with other two Trinidadians. Pictures included in the link below.

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A Trinidadian man is in Police custody in Georgetown after he allegedly faked his own kidnapping, with the help of two other Trinidadians.

The Trinidadian man, who has been identified as 33-year-old Sawak Maraj, arrived in Guyana on Friday morning and claimed that he was here for a job interview.

He was picked up at the Airport by two other Trinidadian nationals, who had arrived in Guyana on Wednesday and Thursday, according to police sources.

The man’s relatives in Trinidad received a call from an unknown person who claimed that Maraj had been kidnapped just after his arrival at Guyana’s Cheddi Jagan International Airport.

The person reportedly demanded money for his release. Source 9r
Written by: JB - 27th Nov, 2015 - 11:21pm TT Crime Reply
According to TV6 News a Trini living in New York, who wore a Trini flag around his face while committing multiple robberies, was finally nabbed while he had the same mask (Flag) in his pocket. NYPD has commented the stupidity of his act by carrying his 'evidence' with him everywhere he went.
Written by: Pandora - 24th Jul, 2013 - 2:44pm Trinidad Safety Reply
Two Trinidadians who are currently investing millions in Trinidad and Tobago were charged in Orange Country, Florida with trafficking some 3,000 pounds (1,360 kg) of marijuana.

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According to the Orlando Sentinel newspaper, police found 1,230 pounds (558 kg) of marijuana inside an RV (Recreational vehicle) owned by Mukesh and Shamila Ram­per­sad-815 pounds (370 kg) in a storage compartment below the vehicle and roughly 415 pounds (188 kg) inside the bed in the bedroom of the RV.

The Rampersads were two of five people arrested by the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation in the incident.

Larry Zwieg, director of the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation, was quoted in an online report by RTT News: "That might be the most I"ve ever seen here in Orlando. We are looking further into the organisation. We are looking further into this couple who were driving the RV."

Zwieg had told RTT News the marijuana was being trans­ported by a Jamaican drug-trafficking organisation and was to be distributed throughout the state of Florida.

Rampersad, 51, was accompanied by his wife on the tour bus owned by the couple, valued at US$400,000. They were charged with trafficking in cannabis greater than 2,000 pounds with a firearm and conspiracy to traffic cannabis greater than 2,000 pounds. According to the county records, Rampersad was released the same day on a US$100,300 surety bond while his wife was released on a US$100,150 cash bond. Source 1
Written by: News - 31st May, 2013 - 11:59pm TT Crime Reply
Trinidadian: Prabttie Maraj Green Card Scam

Green card applicants have been scammed by a Trinidadian woman in Queens, New York. At least $6,000 were taken from the green card applicants, who thought they were submitting a green card application fee. Ref. Source 3
Written by: Politico - 22nd Apr, 2013 - 7:21pm Trinidad Safety Reply
You could add to this list: Jack Warner. He is known world wide already. Not only embarrassing the country but its like what one of the integrity committee members said, he is just a white-collar criminal.
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