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A 21-year-old man who allegedly spat in the face of a Royal Cayman Islands Police Service officer and claimed to be "infected" appeared in court Monday and was remanded in custody.
A Summary Court magistrate sentenced Courtney Wisdom Jr., 27, to one month in prison, suspended for two years, and fined $1,150 Thursday for riding a dirt bike recklessly and negligently.
Alvin Shaquille Ebanks, who was sentenced in December for a motorbike chase in which he led police on a 30-minute pursuit around West Bay, was sentenced for an unrelated case on Tuesday.
This particularly egregious case is a microcosm of the island’s serious issue of reckless motorbiking – behavior which is obnoxious, dangerous, illegal and, at its worst, a blatant display of disdain for police and disregard for the concepts of public safety and law and order.
A motorcycle rider pleaded guilty in Summary Court Wednesday to eight offenses after being arrested over the weekend. The rider had been intercepted by police after being followed by the police helicopter.
A man accused of “popping a wheelie” while riding a dirt bike has been charged with committing a reckless and negligent act.
Proposed changes to Cayman’s Traffic Law would clear the way for things like speed cameras, facilitate police seizures of illegally operated motorbikes and seek to fine drivers up to $10,000 for not using electronic license plates.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police made two more arrests and seized two more non-street legal motorbikes as part of ongoing operations since last summer that target the illegally operated vehicles.
A motorbike rider was injured Friday in an accident on Shedden Road involving his bike and two trucks.
Six months after Grand Cayman’s “Ride of the Century” that saw dozens of motorbikers storm a police roadblock and exhibit a general disregard for road rules, the man depicted in a photograph that became symbolic of the event has been arrested.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service is backing changes to local traffic laws that would make it easier to seize and destroy motorbikes that are not street legal, Police Commissioner Derek Byrne said Friday.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service investigated at least eight cases between December 2016 and April 2017 where no charges subsequently were brought against a motorbike operator following a driver arrest and/or the seizure of a vehicle.
There was another motorbike ride in Cayman last Sunday, but this one involved a small number of riders in a supervised area with police oversight.
A group of local motorbike enthusiasts and opposition MLAs were surprised to hear what Royal Cayman Islands Police Commissioner Derek Byrne told them during a private meeting Thursday night.
Police Commissioner Derek Byrne has denounced last Sunday’s disruptive motorbike ride around Grand Cayman, which he said demonstrated that the rogue bikers involved “have no regard for their safety or for the safety of anyone else.”
A pack of motorcycle riders took over the streets of Grand Cayman Sunday, terrifying motorists and taunting police as they rallied at high speed around the island.
A motorcycle rider died Sunday morning after his vehicle and a truck collided in East End.
Police arrested two men who “violently resisted” the execution of a search warrant at an East End home Monday, according to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.
A teenager arrested riding an unregistered motorbike Sunday afternoon was arrested on suspicion of stealing the vehicle, the Royal Cayman Islands Police said. The 16-year-old motorbike rider was spotted by the RCIPS helicopter crew riding the vehicle in the vicinity of Harbour House Marina.
Police arrested two teenagers Monday in connection with the theft of a motorbike from the Kimpton Seafire resort parking lot.
Police are appealing for the driver of a white bus that was traveling along South Sound Road Monday at the time of a fatal collision between a motorbike and an SUV to come forward.
When the police tell you to stop, you stop. Period. It’s not a request. It’s an order.
A coroner’s jury returned a verdict of misadventure Tuesday after hearing evidence this week about a collision on West Bay Road that resulted in the death of Daniel Mitchell Grant, 21, in 2014.
A 20-year-old motorcycle rider, seriously injured in a collision with a police car, is no longer a suspect in the robbery that led to the high-speed chase, according to police.
The family of a 20-year-old man seriously injured after being thrown from his bike in a collision during a police chase say they want to see a thorough, independent investigation into the incident.
Police Friday morning closed Prospect Road to investigate an accident the night before that involved a police car and a motorbike.
Long before you see them, you hear them: Engines gunning, tires squealing, the racket reverberating up and down our streets — the menacing motorbikers of Grand Cayman, personifications of road death and lawlessness.