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DON’T LOOK AT ME! Gov. Kenneth Mapp admits that he is enemy No. 1 when it comes to evading tax laws in the U.S. Virgin Islands, but as governor, no one would dare bringing charges against him, including his hand-picked patsy Attorney General Claude Walker — the fourth attorney general

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ACCUSED MURDERER: Francis “Ducky” Vanterpool ADVERTORIAL: To learn more about how you can help someone with a gambling addiction, press play below: MID-ISLAND ST. CROIX — A man told police when someone hit him over the head with a wooden plank near the Farmer’s market in La Reine he reacted

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GOT MARRIED NOV. 19: Joseph Recio Feliz ADVERTORIAL: If you know someone with a gambling addiction, there is help for them. Please press play below for more information about problem gaming.   CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Three teenagers — all Charlotte Amalie High School students — have been accused in the

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LOVING WIFE: Jeanette Magras-Saldana in happier times on St. Thomas. ADVERTORIAL: To hear more about how you can help someone who has problem with gambling during problem gaming awareness month of March, please click on the following message below:   CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The murder trial of former Virgin Islands

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SMUG LIKE A LUG: STX Funeral Director James Powers CHRISTIANSTED — A prominent St. Croix funeral director allegedly “went postal” on his wife at the Divi Carina Bay Resort — wreaking mayhem on her face and arm visibly — and had to be subdued by police after savagely beating her

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MORE ‘BUSY WORK’: The Mapp-Potter Administration has appointed more commissioners, directors and attorneys general in its first two years than any other gubernatorial administration in Virgin Islands history. Many of Mapp’s appointees have quit or been fired and then need to be replaced. CHARLOTTE AMALIE – Three justices of the Supreme

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CHRISTIANSTED — A St. Croix man told police that his credit card was being used by someone who does not have his permission to do so. On January 8, 2017, a man reported to the desk officer at the Ancilmo D. Marshall Police Command that he had lost his wallet

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ARRESTED: CHAVEZ ALI CHRISTIANSTED — On February 24, 2017 at approximately 11:20 p.m., officers made contact with an adult female at the Ancilmo Marshal Command Station Christiansted. The woman stated that she was at her boyfriend’s residence with their one-year-old child. The child fell off the couch and cut his

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GUILTY PLEA: Shawn McIntosh CHRISTIANSTED – A 24-year-old St. Croix man admitted in federal court that he was a criminal in possession of a firearm, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Shawn McIntosh pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Golden Rock today to being a felon in possession

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PHILADELPHIA — The federal appeals court in Philadelphia will soon begin posting video recordings of oral arguments on the court’s website — a decision that directly affects the territory, the Virgin Islands Free Press has learned. Chief Judge D. Brooks Smith of the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said

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