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SENTENCED TO ONE YEAR AND ONE DAY IN PRISON: Jashawn Bailey CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Jashawn Bailey, 30, of St. Thomas, was sentenced today to 12 months and a day in prison for possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial number, Acting U.S. Attorney Joycelyn Hewlett said. U.S. District Court

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE  — A native of the Dominican Republic who claimed credit for masterminding the shotgun robbery at the Lockhart Gardens McDonald’s that left another teen dead has changed his plea to guilty. Betel Augusto Rosario Paulino, 18, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to one count of conspiracy to

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FBI agents escort police officers and prison guards arrested in a major anti-corruption operation across the U.S. commonwealth to the Puerto Rico Federal Court Building in San Juan, October 6, 2010. (REUTERS/Ana Martinez) SAN JUAN — Four former or current Puerto Rico police officers have been indicted on allegations they

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SAN JUAN – Some 27 people have been indicted by a grand jury leading up to the FBI raid of the narcotics division of the Puerto Rico Police Department yesterday, authorities said. FBI agents seized documents and electronic equipment Wednesday at the department in the north-coast town of Vega Baja.

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SAN JUAN — The FBI has raided the narcotics division of a local police department in Puerto Rico amid corruption allegations. Federal agents seized documents and electronic equipment Wednesday at the department in the north coast town of Vega Baja. FBI spokesman Carlos Osorio said the raid is part of

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THE CUBAN SNAKE: RONALD LABEET HAS CHANGED HIS NAME TO “ISHMAEL MUSLIM ALI” BUT THE FACT REMAINS THAT HE IS STILL RESPONSIBLE FOR THE VICIOUS MACHINE GUN MURDERS OF EIGHT INNOCENT PEOPLE ON A GOLF COURSE IN ST. CROIX IN 1972. HAVANA — For more than 30 years, Ronald Labeet

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THE DIE HAS BEEN CAST: RAHEEM “CAESAR” MILLER GETS NEARLY 10 YEARS IN PRISON CHARLOTTE AMALIE – U.S. District Court Judge Curtis Gomez on Wednesday sentenced two men for their roles in the robbery of two St. Thomas jewelry stores that involved the use of guns, the U.S. Department of

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE – A St. Croix woman responsible for a string of jewelry store robberies on St. Thomas was ordered to serve 11 years in prison by a federal judge on Monday. Aracelis N. Ayala a/k/a “Gordita” a/k/a “Fluff,” 34, of St. Croix, was also ordered by U.S. District Court

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ARRAIGNMENT SET: Shaquielle Correa CHARLOTTE AMALIE – A St. Croix man accused of being one of four men who robbed Gems and Gold Corner in St. Thomas of $161,000 worth of jewelry four years ago made his initial appearance in federal court on Tuesday. Shaquielle Correa, 21, appeared before U.S.

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WANTED FUGITIVE: Hubert Lee easily outsmarted the Virgin Islands Police Department (VIPD) by simply flying off island before local police got around to arresting the first four people wanted in connection with the widely publicized carjacking rape incident that took place on St. Croix’s East End on May 6. The

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