ONLY EMPLOYABLE AT UVI: Alleged Deadbeat UVI Professor Chenzira Davis-Kahina FREDERIKSTED — St. Croix Sovereigns! The director of the “Caribbean Cultural Center at the University of the Virgin Islands,” facing foreclosure of her home by 1Firstbank Puerto Rico, decided she was not really “Chenzira Davis-Kahina” but actually “Royal Daughter Sat
Chivalrous Guy Who Tried To Protect Woman From The Attack Of Her Boyfriend Is Stabbed For His Trouble
ARRESTED: Akil Felix Gumbs CRUZ BAY — A 35-year-old St. John man who was arrested on crack cocaine charges in 2012 was arresting for allegedly assaulting a man who tried to prevent him from beating his girlfriend. On Wednesday, about 3:07 p.m. a male with a stab wound
Accused St. Croix Killer Roams The Streets Of Florida For Five Years Before Being Returned To The Territory To Face Charges
STYLIN’ IN TAMPA: Mario A. Daniels Jr. FREDERIKSTED — A St. Croix man wanted for a meat market murder in early 2011 has been returned to the territory after alert police on the U.S. mainland captured him. On November 4, Mario Daniels Jr., 24, was arrested on a bench warrant
FREDERIKSTED — Eight people were arrested by police — and one person is still wanted by authorities — for economic crimes, according to the Virgin Islands Police Department (VIPD). Three of the recent arrests involved falsifying information and accepting or soliciting bribes at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles on St.
SAI GON DELI IN GALLOWS BAY (340) 713-1111 CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Committed to community outreach and the enhancement of the tourism product in the territory, the United States Virgin Islands Department of Tourism is supporting young culinary talent during the second annual Restaurant Week with the launch of its “Dine
SAN JUAN — U.S. authorities in Puerto Rico announced today the largest onshore seizure of illegal drugs in the history of the island: 3,933 lbs. of cocaine. “We have made large seizures at sea, but never on land,” Ricardo Mayoral, acting special agent in charge of U.S. Immigration and Customs
CHARLOTTE AMALIE — On November 2, 2016 at approximately 3:42 p.m., officers from the Richard Callwood Command responded to conduct an inspection of the Estate Thomas area after several citizens reported that several shots had been fired. While conducting the inspection, officers were notified by the 911 Emergency Call Center
WHAT’S THE FREQUENCY, KENNETH? Police Commissioner Repels, Then Arrests Homeless Man Who Attacked Him
ARRESTED: Julian Christopher Williams CHRISTIANSTED — An early morning donut run for the police commissioner gave him a chance to flex his crime-fighting muscle as he was able to repel and then track down a homeless man who allegedly attacked him in a convenience store. On Monday about 7:15 a.m.
THE FIX IS IN FOR VIGL: Gov. Kenneth Mapp FREDERIKSTED — Horse racing has a storied history in the territory, but has fallen on hard times there as in other parts of the world. However, a new deal between the private company VIGL and the local government was announced recently,
WILLEMSTAD — Commodity trader Guangdong Zhenrong Energy Co. Ltd is in talks to secure funding for a $5.5 billion plan to upgrade an oil refinery and build a natural gas terminal in Curacao, giving China a foothold in a strategic oil hub in the region, the Virgin Islands Free Press