CRIME AND COURTS
Two people were arrested and at least 97 vehicles were stopped by police on Wednesday and Thursday as they enforced Cayman’s 24-hour curfew.
Police are seeking the public’s help in locating Manuel Carter-Ramirez, who is wanted in connection with a series of burglaries.
Four men accused of money laundering more than $6 million worth of gold were acquitted by a Grand Court jury on Friday.
Cayman’s courts have ramped up their emergency contingency plan to meet additional problems presented by COVID-19.
Island-wide coronavirus-containment measures have forced Cayman’s court system to enter ‘level 3 procedures’ of its emergency continuity plan.
The prison service is implementing a ban on visits in an effort to protect local prisoners from COVID-19.
Cayman police are at full capacity and on high alert to deal with any and all offences as the island prepares to go on lockdown amid the global coronavirus crisis.
A volunteer force of 40 special constables is on standby if police numbers are reduced during the coronavirus crisis.
Police have named the man who was stabbed to death in North Side on Sunday as 27-year-old Marvin Xavier Conolly Armendarez.
Two nineteen-year-olds are in police custody after being arrested in relation to a stabbing incident, which took place at The Strand, West Bay Road on Saturday morning.