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ARRESTED ON ST. CROIX FOR RECKLESS ENDANGERMENT: ALLAN BRADY III FREDERIKSTED — A St. Croix man who fired gunshots at a moving vehicle in Mon Bijou and shot out the rear side window earlier this year is now in police custody. Allan Brady III, 32, turned himself in to police

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ACCUSED OF HOSPITAL GROUND MURDER: AUBREY FRETT, 29, OF ST. THOMAS CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Police arrested a St. Thomas man today and charged him with the Saturday murder of Jerome Turnbull in Hospital Ground. Aubrey Frett, 29, was arrested at 10:45 a.m. today based on an arrest warrant issued by a Magistrate

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DIED SATURDAY: JEROME TURNBULL CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Police said they are investigating the shooting death of a St. Thomas man late Saturday afternoon. Jerome Turnbull, 44, was shot multiple times in Hospital Ground and died from the gunshots he sustained, the Virgin Islands Police Department said. The 911 Emergency Call

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CHRISTIANSTED — Attorney General Claude Walker says Allison DeGazon is indeed qualified to run for the Senate. Walker wrote to Elections Supervisor Caroline Fawkes after she asked the AG on August 16 to make a ruling on DeGazon’s residency. “Yes, … candidate DeGazon is a bona fide resident of the Virgin

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MAKING FRIENDS: Marla Matthew, Principal of St. Joseph High School on St. Croix, congratulates the school’s English teacher, Wayne James, upon his election as a Senator in the Virgin Islands Legislature in November 2008. FREDERISTED — On March 10, 2008, Wayne James, 57, was deposed in a Superior Court Civil

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By HARRIET MERCER/ SPECIAL TO THE VIRGIN ISLANDS FREE PRESS Good day, Senator Nelson. This communication is in reference to your July 23, 2018 hearing re: the reinstatement of your candidacy for Governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands. Because Chairman (Arturo) Watlington (Jr.) mistakenly prevented my second round of discussion

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RE-DEFINING THE LIMITS OF VEGETARIANISM: St. Croix Sen. Terrence Nelson FREDERIKSTED — On the first day that early primary elections voting begins on St. Croix and St. Thomas, the Supervisor of Elections will not be able to supervise voting — because Caroline Fawkes is scheduled to appear in Superior Court that

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ARRESTED ON ST. THOMAS AND RELEASED: CHRISTOPHER RICE CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A St. Thomas man faces up to 75 years in prison after allegedly harassing and threatening an interracial couple living on Water Island. According to an affidavit issued by the Virgin Islands Justice Department, Christopher Rice, 66, faces six

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CHRISTIANSTED — Virgin Islands Attorney General Claude Earl Walker issued a binding legal opinion Monday after Board of Elections Minority Leader Jevon O.A. Williams requested an emergency legal opinion ahead of its first meeting this morning. Walker’s legal opinion clarified the new, territory-wide Board of Elections must “revisit all decisions”

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — There is only one Virgin Islands Board of Elections, the V.I. Supreme Court has ruled. In an opinion released Friday, Chief Justice Rhys Hodge and Associate Justices Ive Swan and Maria Cabret upheld a May 10 ruling by V.I. Superior Court Judge Denise Francois dealing with the

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