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POINTE BLANCHE — One inmate is being treated for several cuts after he was “seriously ill-treated” during a fight with another inmate at the Pointe Blanche prison in Sint Maarten on Thursday afternoon. Police detectives were called in to investigate after receiving the report from the prison management. Two Ambulance

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SAN JUAN — Puerto Rico’s Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Purdue Pharma accusing the drugmaker of causing an opioid crisis in the U.S. commonwealth. Officials said Wednesday that they are seeking to hold the company responsible for all government costs incurred as a result of the damage opioids

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SECRET OPERATION DINGLEBERRY: Headed up by Attorney General Claude Walker personally. CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A team of special agents with the Department of Justice’s Bureau of Investigation, along with local and federal law enforcement officers, recently conducted a territory-wide operation to verify important information of registered sexual offenders. The initiative,

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  CHARLOTTE AMALIE – A Dominican Republic native admitted in federal court that he filed fraudulent mail loss claims with the post office totaling nearly $50,000. Shaquan Brodie, 21, formerly of St. John, pleaded guilty today in U.S. District Court before Magistrate Judge Ruth Miller, to making fraudulent insurance claims

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — In a two-line press release, Government House said that “U.S. Virgin Islands Governor Kenneth Mapp will be traveling out of the territory from today, April 2 to Tuesday, April 3.” The press release said that Mapp will attend the Clinton Global Initiative Action Network on Post-Disaster Recovery

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — If it had been a student doing the rape, at least there would not have been a security breach. But UVI President David Hall admitted today that someone from outside the university got into a dorm room and raped a teen-age student. There was a security breach.

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FREDERIKSTED — A young bearded dead man who police investigators could not identify has been identified by his mother on St. Croix. Robert Bascus, 23, was found dead of multiple gunshot wounds in Estate Hogensborg about 12:42 p.m. Thursday. Police had asked for the public’s help in identifying Bascus by

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A man riding a bicycle died when the bike he was riding collided with a vehicle early Sunday, according to police sources. Curtis Brathwaite, no age given, died at Schneider Regional Medical Center about 4 a.m. Sunday. The driver of the vehicle that killed Brathwaite, Deron Casmir,

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — An unidentified man entered a University of the Virgin Islands student’s dorm room on St. Thomas and raped her. The 19-year-old victim told police that between midnight and 1 a.m. on Saturday the man entered her room and raped her. Police did not say if the woman

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CHRISTIANSTED — A man was found shot to death near the Water Gut section of St. Croix early Saturday morning, according to police sources. Alex Gonzalez, 24, was seen lying dead in the parking lot of the Ruby M. Rouss Apartments with multiple gunshot wounds about 12:10 a.m. Residents called

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