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U.S. Attorney Ronald Sharpe CHARLOTTE AMALIE – Two men were sentenced to five years and 2.8 years in prison respectively by a federal judge in St. Thomas on Thursday after pleading guilty to conspiring to get and sell 4.5 kilos of cocaine, according to authorities. U.S. District Court Judge Curtis

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CHRISTIANSTED – A 40-year-old St. Croix man pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to holding up a food wholesale company at gunpoint in June 2014 and making off with at least $24,000, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Daniel Ramos, 40, of Estate Clifton Hill pleaded guilty in U.S. District

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CHRISTIANSTED – Police say a decomposed body was discovered in a water well in Estate Contentment. The 911 Emergency Call Center received a report from a concerned citizen about 2:50 p.m. today with details about where the body was spotted. Police responded to the report and when they arrived in

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          ARRESTED: Dominik Weekes CHARLOTTE AMALIE – Police said Thursday that they made an arrest in the broad daylight home invasion case that took place in Estate Wintberg Monday afternoon in which a safe was taken from a home at gunpoint by two men. Dominik Weekes,

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BVI Customs Commissioner Wade Smith ROAD TOWN, Tortola, BVI – At least $250,000 has been recovered by British Virgin Islands customs officials within the last few months for failing to properly declare the funds at the territory’s sea and air ports, according to Commissioner of Customs Wade Smith. Smith told

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KINGSTON – Three people were injured and one person killed when a tour bus cruise ship passengers were on was involved in a four-vehicle collision near Falmouth on Thursday. Some 21 passengers were headed to the Dunns River Falls attraction “when the Toyota Coaster tour bus they were traveling in

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PONTA DELGADA – Alex has become a hurricane near the Azores in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. It marks the first Atlantic hurricane to form in the month of January since 1938 and is the first Atlantic hurricane to exist during January since Alice in 1955. Alex formed in

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Federal health officials are expected to make a decision either today or tomorrow on whether to warn pregnant women against travel to Caribbean and Latin American countries where the Zika virus has been confirmed. According to the New York Times, they’re considering the warning because of the

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        Jason Lawson of Toledo, Ohio FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – A man from Ohio is facing multiple charges after he helped another man attack a boy on board Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas last year, authorities said. According to an arrest report, Jason Lawson, 32, and

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           Jamila Russell of the ADA FREDERIKSTED – The Office of the Governor in conjunction with the Americans with Disabilities Act said it valued participating in the “Cultivating Inclusion Fun Troupe” in the St. Croix Festival Children’s Parade this holiday season. The troupe was made possible

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