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Police & Courts

VIPD Announces 5 Arrests

Five people have been arrested in separate incidents by officers in the St. Thomas-St. John district, the V.I. Police Department announced Monday.

Officers Injured, Vehicle Damaged in Hit and Run

V.I. Police officers on patrol in Nadir called in at 1:04 a.m. Saturday to the 911 emergency call center and reported that a truck had struck their police unit and fled the scene.

Woman Arrested in Stabbing Incident

V.I. Police arrested Sikizi Casimir, a-24-year-old Bovoni resident, in a stabbing incident that occurred early Saturday morning.

Man Robbed in his Estate Thomas Home

A resident of Estate Thomas told police Saturday morning that an unknown man entered his porch where he’d been sitting and robbed him, according to the V.I. Police Department.

Car Hit by Gunfire, Overturns in Bergs Home Area

A St. Thomas man was injured Wednesday night when the vehicle he was driving was hit by gunfire and turned over in the area of Bergs Home, the V.I. Police Department reported.

Judge Sentences Man to 33 Months on Ammo Charge

District Court Judge Curtis V. Gomez on Monday sentenced Rudy Bridges to 33 months in prison for possession of ammunition by a convicted felon, U.S. Attorney Ronald W. Sharpe announced.

Man Arrested in Sanchez Town Assault

Police arrested Fredericks Bedminister and charged him with assault in a Thursday assault that resulted in a women receiving a knife wound.

Estate Tutu Man Charged with 2014 Grand Larceny

Police officers on Wednesday morning arrested Jeff Davis, 31, of Estate Tutu and charged him with grand larceny in connection with an incident that occurred June 12, 2014, in Red Hook.

False Imprisonment Leads to Domestic Violence Arrest

According to the V.I. Police Department, officers arrested 47-year-old Osbert Grant of Liefte Gade and charged him with false imprisonment, domestic violence.

VIPD Warns of ‘Mystery Shopper’ Scam

VIPD warned Monday that residents of the territory are getting preyed on by scam artists using the "Mystery Shopper" game, which can cost the individuals money and even make them criminally liable.

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