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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Jeffrey Epstein’s estate was sued today by the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Justice which claimed that the late convicted sex offender raped and trafficked in dozens of young women and girls on a private island he owned in the territory. Attorney General for the U.S. Virgin

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A St. Thomas man turned himself in voluntarily to police after learning he was wanted for an alleged assault last year. Shekil Berthier, 19, of Frydenhoj was arrested about 5:30 p.m. on Friday and charged with third-degree assault, the Virgin Islands Police Department said.. “Berthier was identified

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FREDERIKSTED — The second of two St. Croix women charged with stealing $4,000 from an elderly woman’s credit card was arrested recently, authorities said. Detectives of the VIPD Economic Crimes Unit arrested Marjorie Harry, 46, on a bench warrant for aggravated identity theft, forgery, obtaining money by false pretense, grand

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CHRISTIANSTED — Attorney General Denise George announced that Augustus Abraham “Gus” Martin was arraigned today in the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands on the formal criminal charges filed by the Attorney General against him in the death of Jeremie Ed St. Rose on November 10. In the early morning

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — St. Thomas jurors took less than a day to find three former Schneider Hospital executives guilty of 44 criminal charges, including racketeering and embezzlement of more than $3 million. In the long-awaited retrial of Rodney Miller, Sr., Amos Carty, Jr. and Peter Najawicz were found guilty of

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KINGSHILL — Attorney General Denise George announced that Kyle Christopher and Delicia Daniel were arraigned Wednesday in the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands on the formal criminal charges in the death of four-year old Aaron Benjamin. The Criminal Information, which is the formal charging document filed by the Attorney

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KINGSHILL — Two men and two women are charged with attempted murder in the Cool Out Bar shooting in July, authorities said today. Ana M. Magras, Melanie Adames, Jamarie K. Grigg, and Flavel Magras were arraigned today in the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands on formal criminal charges of

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The New York Times Company was forced to sue the U.S. Virgin Islands government in order to get needed documents about one of the late Jeffrey Epstein’s businesses in the territory, the Virgin Islands Free Press has learned. The fourth-largest newspaper in America sued USVI Lieutenant Governor

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CHRISTIANSTED — Alert police on patrol in the Gallows Bay area arrested a wanted 20-year-old St. Croix man who allegedly had two illegal guns in his possession — one of them the same type of semi-automatic weapon used by the U.S. Secret Service to protect President Trump. Jiovoni Smith of

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CHRISTIANSTED — Senator Kenneth Gittens said that a local program to aggressively fight white collar crime would most likely pay for itself. “When we go after crimes like fraud, corruption and tax evasion it often means we also curtail losses to the Government or even gain new revenue,” Senator Gittens

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