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Police Report Incidents and Arrests

The St. Thomas/St. John District of the V.I. Police Department reported the following incidents and arrests that took place between Friday and Sunday.

– Friday: Alciann Enclewood, 34 of Pile Strade, was arrested and charged with simple assault and battery/domestic violence after she was positively identified as the woman who struck her boyfriend multiple times about the body and bit him in the face, leaving a visible wound, in the vicinity of Havensight. Enclewood was remanded to the Bureau of Corrections pending her advise of rights hearing.

– Saturday: At approximately 1 a.m., Akil Nibbs, 28 of Estate Lovenlund, and N’kel Morton, 21 of Mariendahl, were arrested and charged with possession with intent, after they were found in possession of marijuana and cocaine in the vicinity of Red Hook Plaza. Bail for Akil Nibbs and N’kel Morton was set at $20,000 each, and they were remanded to the Bureau of Corrections pending their advise of rights hearing.

– Sunday: Rodrigue Dupuis, 32 of Smith Bay, was arrested and charged with third-degree assault/domestic violence, at 11:25 a.m., after being positively identified by his wife as the individual responsible for assaulting her and damaging her mobile device. Dupuis was remanded to the Bureau of Corrections pending his advise of rights hearing.

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– Sunday: Ashley Roseboom, 22 of Jeppes Gade, was arrested at the Traffic Bureau and charged with driving under the influence. According to police, Roseboom failed the standardized field sobriety test with an alcohol level of .184, and was arrested for being involved in an auto collision that took place in the vicinity of Veterans Drive. Bail for Ashley Rosenboom was set at $500 and was remanded to the Bureau of Corrections pending her advise of rights hearing. 

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