POLICE REPORT: DUI arrests made

Several persons were arrested for Driving Under the Influence over the holidays including a male resident who was arrested on Saturday, 25 December at 5.15pm.

The male was arrested following a report involving a Chevrolet Cavalier that was speeding and swerving on West Bay Road. Police were dispatched to the scene and the male driver was subsequently arrested.

The RCIPS would also like to advise motorists that over the New Years Eve holiday there will be several checks made on the road for DUI offenders and persons driving without their license and insurance.

In other matters, Police and Fire Officers responded to a report involving a Honda Accord that was on fire in the vicinity of Powell Smith Drive, West Bay on Wednesday, 29 December at 2.55am The fire was subsequently extinguished and the circumstances surrounding the fire are now under investigation. No persons were injured.

A 29-year old male resident sustained injuries, after being knocked off his bicycle by a Hyundai Accent on Tuesday, 28 December at 3:58p.m. on Bodden Town Road. Police Officers and Paramedics responded to the scene and the injured male, who received a cut on his eye and head, was transported to the Cayman Islands Hospital for treatment.

A female was also injured on Tuesday after falling off a scooter in the vicinity of North Church Street at 10:10a.m.

A boat and trailer were reported stolen 23 December from an open lot in Lime Tree Bay, West Bay Road.

The boat is a 17ft. white and blue coloured Mako with a 70 horse power engine and a dark blue cover. The boat had new seats, a centre console with Texas stickers and registration numbers.

Persons with any information regarding the stolen boat and trailer are asked to contact the George Town Police Station at 949-4222 or Crime Stoppers at 800-TIPS (8477).

Police said that DNA results received from the Bexar County Criminal Investigation Lab in San Antonio, Texas have positively identified the body that was discovered at an apartment complex in Randyke Gardens on 27 October as Jamaican National Patrecia Ann Marie Young. Ms Young was reported missing by relatives on Friday, 22 October. She was subsequently found along with the body of Junior Williams inside the apartment complex.

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