POLICE REPORT

Sudden death

Police Officers and Paramedics responded to a report of a sudden death, which occurred on Friday, 28 January in the vicinity of North West Point Road, West Bay.

The Emergency Communications Centre (911) received the report at 7.32pm involving a 62-year-old Caymanian male that was unconscious inside a Toyota Crown Royal. Paramedics subsequently transported the male to the Cayman Islands Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The circumstances surrounding the death are under investigation. There are no signs of foul play.

MVA

An 18-year old male and a 17-year old male were injured following a one- vehicle accident on Saturday, 29 January at 1:41a.m. Police, Paramedics and Fire Officers responded to the report involving a Blue Honda Civic that flipped several times in the vicinity of Linford Pierson Highway. The 18-year old male was thrown from the vehicle and sustained serious head injuries. Both males were transported to the hospital for treatment. The accident is now under investigation

Illegal bikes

West Bay Police Officers decided to conduct a Special Operation to detect the juvenile offenders following increased of reports involving mini-motorbikes/pocket bikes being driven illegally on the roads.

The operation was conducted 24 January in the West Bay district between the hours of 7am and 1pm and 16 mini-motorbikes and two go-carts were recovered.

The recovered property was subsequently transported to the West Bay Police Station until the guardian of the juvenile offender attended the station. Police Officers then advised the guardians of the legal liabilities and safety concerns surrounding their juvenile’s conduct before returning the property. Traffic Offence Reports were also completed to ensure that if the juvenile committed any similar offences in the future they would be prosecuted.

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service also plans to conduct similar operations in other districts in order to ensure that the roads are safe for motorists and pedestrians.

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