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VIPD: Point Pleasant Security Guard Picks A Fight With Resort Guest: STT ARREST LOG

         ARRESTED: Isaiah George

CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Virgin Islands Police Department (VIPD) said that the following arrests took place:

On Saturday, December 31, 2016, at approximately 12:54 p.m. Isaiah George, 32 of Estate Bolongo was arrested after he was identified as the individual who raped and assaulted a female on December 27, 2016 in the area of Hawk Hill.

Isaiah George was also charged with Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle after he was identified as the person who drove away the vehicle of another person without his permission and was involved in an auto collision with the vehicle after the incident. Bail for George was set $111,000.00 and he was remanded to the Bureau of Corrections after he failed to post bail.

On March 14, 2009 George and alleged accomplice Ruben George of Oswald Harris Court were accused of opening fire on police as they were followed by authorities as they left the housing project. The two Georges allegedly fired on police in an attempt to elude them, according to VIPD records.

Saturday, December 31, 2016, at approximately 12:14 a.m. a guest at the Point Pleasant Hotel stated that he was struck on his chin and upper chest with a stone.

The guest stated that he had a verbal confrontation with a security guard earlier and while walking to his room, the security guard assaulted him with the stone.  The guest also stated that he did not seek medical attention for injuries sustained during the altercation. Investigation revealed that the guest sustained a laceration on his chin and swelling on his upper chest area.

Saturday, December 31, 2016 at roughly 10:30 a.m. a guest at the Blue Beards Castle Hotel stated that she was sitting on a bench when an unknown black male walked up to her and sat next to her. She further explained that the male grabbed her shoulder purse and a struggle ensued between them. Her purse strap then burst and the male took off with her purse which contained her identifications, credit card, cell phone, and passport. The guest was not hurt during this incident.

Saturday, December 31, 2016, at approximately 6:33 p.m. investigators were requested to travel to Four Winds in reference to a robbery. The victim was interviewed and she stated that she was walking to her vehicle in the vicinity of Four Winds Plaza across the street from Veggie Plus.

She further explained that when she got to her vehicle she observed a male wearing a dark color jacket, with his face covered, walking towards her aggressively.

The victim stated she took off running and as she did that she dropped her bag which contained cash and her cell phone. The victim stated the male took her bag and she recovered her cell phone on the ground.  

Anyone having any information about these crimes may please contact the Virgin Islands Police Department at (340) 774-2211 or Criminal Investigation Bureau (340) 714-9807.

You can also contact Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477 or 911.

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John McCarthy

John McCarthy

John McCarthy has been reporting on the U.S. Virgin Islands since 1989. He is originally from Detroit, Michigan.

1 Comment

  1. Seeyoulateralligator
    January 7, 2017 at 6:15 AM — Reply

    Incredibly, he was given a second chance despite shooting at the police back in 2009 only to allegedly squander it seven years later.

    Besides, an extended stay behind bars will do its victim’s justice.

    Wow, the guests and tourists reading this story will wonder why on earth was he hired as a security guard at Point Pleasant Resorts?

    They will think that the USVI only hires criminals in the work force without conducting a criminal background check.

    This sort of mishap is possibly a reason why some visitors will decide not to return back in the near future.

    Do you really expect the criminals to protect the tourist?

    I doubt that very seriously.

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