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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Attorney General Denise George advises the public that the Sex Offender Registry, a division of the V.I. Department of Justice will be closed to the public due to COVID-19 (coronavirus). However, registration requirements remain in place. Sex offenders who are residing, employed, or attending school in the

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KINGSHILL — USVI Attorney General Denise George today announced the filing of formal criminal charges against 55-year-old Avery Monsanto in the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands. Monsanto of Harbor View Housing Community is a registered sex offender and was arrested and charged with failure to register as a sex offender.

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KINGSHILL — After seven years and one hung jury, former police sergeant Ronald Hatcher will not be re-tried on voluntary manslaughter charges in the 2013 shooting death of a Christiansted man. At a status conference today in Superior Court to determine a trial date, Superior Court Judge Jomo Meade asked

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CHRISTIANSTED — Attorney General Denise George announced Monday that the Virgin Islands Department of Justice has arrested a man who misrepresented himself as a licensed contractor to perform work repairs to the homes of five St. Croix families. V.I. Department of Justice Special Agent, Leonardo Carrion, Sr. conducted a fraud

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CHRISTIANSTED — Attorney General Denise George said tonight that the Virgin Islands Department of Justice (VIDOJ) arrested a St. Croix resident who misrepresented himself as a licensed contractor to perform work repairs to a someone’s home. V.I. Department of Justice Special Agent Gisselle Quinones conducted a fraud investigation and executed

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NEW YORK — A lawyer for Jeffrey Epstein’s estate on Tuesday blamed the attorney general of the U.S. Virgin Islands for its inability to begin payouts to victims of the late financier’s sexual abuse. At a hearing in federal court in Manhattan, the lawyer Bennet Moskowitz said Virgin Islands Attorney

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The U.S. Virgin Islands opened up a new and explosive front in the battle over Jeffery Epstein’s $600 million estate last week when it included one of the sex offender’s companies, Southern Trust, as a co-defendant in the case. With that late amendment, the attorney general’s office

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CHRISTIANSTED — Attorney General Denise George announced that a St. Croix Superior Court jury found Kenson Barley guilty of first-degree unlawful sexual contact stemming from his sexual assault of a nine-year-old girl in St. Croix. Barley, 45, of Estate Glynn, now faces up to 15 years in prison. Virgin Islands

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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 — Staff of the Virgin Islands Department of Justice demonstrated the spirit of giving this holiday season by donating to the less fortunate in our community. Virgin Islands Attorney General Denise George said she is pleased to announce that the Department has adopted two families for the holiday

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