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CHRISTIANSTED – A St. Croix man admitted in federal court to his role in a cocaine distribution operation in the territory. Winston DeCastro, 46, of St. Croix, pled guilty on Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Golden Rock to one count of Aiding and Abetting the Distribution of Cocaine, U.S.

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE – A St. Thomian and a British Virgin Islands native were in federal custody today on charges that they tried to sell a small amount of cocaine. Dexter Harley, 32, of Road Town, Tortola, BVI, and Jose Squiabro, 44, of St. Thomas, were each detained today pending further proceedings

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FREDERIKSTED — Federal authorities said a St. Croix man convicted of gun violence crimes who escaped from prison after his second conviction has lost a lot of weight and the public needs to re-examine his current photograph. Nathaniel “Jahreek” or “Ringo” Thomas Jr., 28, left the Golden Grove Adult Correctional

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CHRISTIANSTED — The U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Virgin Islands, when asked Friday for comment about the St. Croix prison escape of Nathaniel “Jahreek” Thomas Jr. on Thursday officially said: “no comment.” Thomas was convicted by a federal jury of reckless endangerment and firearms changes on Tuesday — but two

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ON THE LOOSE: NATHANIEL “JAHREEK” THOMAS JR. FREDERIKSTED — The public is being warned to be on the lookout for a dangerous St. Croix man who was convicted of gun violence on Tuesday but apparently escaped from prison two days later, according to authorities. The Golden Grove Adult Correctional Facility

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CHRISTIANSTED – A federal jury reached a guilty verdict on Tuesday in the case of a St. Croix man involved in a 2016 shootout at a Sunny Isle gas station. After a two-day trial, the jury found Nathaniel “JahReek” Thomas, Jr., 28, of St. Croix, guilty of being a felon

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MISSING: SOKOTO CLENDINEN ON ST. THOMAS CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Thirty-five people have been reported missing in the territory and are still missing according to Virgin Islands Police Department (VIPD) records — nine on St. Thomas and 26 on St. Croix. According to an article in today’s V.I. Daily News by

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE – A native of the Dominican Republic was given two years in prison today by a federal judge for firing off his gun in a crowded downtown area of St. Thomas. Cristian Lopez-Moncion, 36, of Santo Domingo, was sentenced today for possession of a firearm by an illegal

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE – A former St. Croix postal worker was given three years in prison by a federal judge on St. Thomas today for mailing at least 308 pounds of marijuana. Stephen Bernier, 53, of St. Croix, was sentenced for conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute marijuana, U.S.

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FREDERIKSTED — A Dallas woman is free on bond today after federal authorities said she had at least 20 pounds of marijuana in her carry-on luggage. Kieantia Thomas-Okeke of Texas traveled from Dallas to Miami before taking an American Airlines flight to Henry Rohlsen Airport on Monday. A federal agent

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