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      Coconut Coast Villas in Turner Bay CRUZ BAY – A woman walking alone along the side of the road at night said when four men drove up alongside her in St. John and displayed a gun, she offered them $50 to go away and they did, according to the

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                        Alvery Smith in his office      FREDERIKSTED – The Economic Crimes Unit of the Virgin Islands Police Department executed search warrants at the six MoneyGram outlets throughout the territory: three on St. Thomas, one on St. John and two on St. Croix. The execution of the Search Warrants stems

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   Kingshill Cemetery on St. Croix CHRISTIANSTED – Cemetary workers preparing a tomb for burial were robbed at gunpoint at the Kingshill Cemetery this morning, according to the Virgin Islands Police Department. Police were dispatched to Estate Peter’s Rest at 10:45 a.m. Friday where one of the workers had returned

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FREDERIKSTED – Business owners in the territory should be on the lookout for counterfeit bills. That’s the word from the Economic Crime Unit (ECU) of the Virgin Islands Police Department said counterfeit currency in the denominations of $10, $20, $50, and $100 notes have turned up so far. Banking institutions

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Vincent J. Bazemore, Jr. of St. Thomas DALLAS – Raymond Croteau, a 77-year-old retired salesman of modest means, has an insurance policy on his life totaling $4.5 million. But none of his family members will get a dime from that policy whenever Croteau dies. That’s because Croteau and several other

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE – An early morning argument in the Sanchez Town part of Nadir led one man to grab a rock and strike the other man in the head with it, leaving the injured man dead Tuesday, according to the Virgin Islands Police Department. Police were dispatched to that area

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Mug shot photo of Dysart Christopher (above) and Facebook profile picture of Christopher Dysart (below police mug shot) CHARLOTTE AMALIE – A cunning St. Thomas chef pulled the wool over the eyes of local police when he got arrested for driving while intoxicated on Sunday. First 29-year-old Dysart Christopher was

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    Super Tank Gas Station at Sunny Isle CHRISTIANSTED – Police on St. Croix said they received a report of kidnapping for attempted robbery and rape at 1:14 a.m. Friday September 18 and were dispatched to meet with one of the victims at the Super Tank Gas Station in Sunny

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         Michael Morton of St. Thomas TALLAHASSEE – Before Dante Martin, Caleb Jackson and Robert Champion became household names, there was Michael Morton of St. Thomas. In the spring of 2006, Morton had it all. Weeks from graduating from Florida A&M University with a degree in engineering on a full-ride

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                  Amari Stroy of Union City, Georgia CHARLOTTE AMALIE – A federal judge sentenced a 23-year-old Georgia woman to less than a year in prison for marijuana possession, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. U.S. District Court Judge Curtis V. Gomez sentenced Amari Stroy of Union City, Ga.

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