The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service is warning party-goers in West Bay that if they break the law they will be arrested and dealt with accordingly.
The warning comes following a number of complaints which have been made to police regarding late night parties taking place in Garvin Road, near Morgan’s Harbour.
‘Recently, we have seen a large number of people gathering in this area at the weekend after the bars have closed,’ said Area Commander Chief Inspector Angelique Howell. ‘We have had complaints about ganja use and loud music carrying on until the early hours of the morning.’
The area in question has clear signs stating that no loitering and no loud music is permitted.
‘We don’t want to spoil people’s fun,’ commented Ms Howell. ‘But people must conduct themselves lawfully. If illegal drugs are being sold or consumed or if people are being a nuisance to the community, we will take action.’
The RCIPS encourages residents to contact the police if they have any concerns about what is happening in their community. People can contact their local police station, the main switchboard on 949-4222 or Crime Stoppers on 800-8477 (TIPS). All persons calling crime stoppers remain anonymous, and are eligible for a reward of up to $1000, should their information lead to an arrest or recovery of property/drugs.