Three Jamaicans arrested in Trinidad for working without permits
Port of Spain, Trinidad — The Police Service on Wednesday reported the arrest of three Jamaican nationals, suspected of working in Trinidad and Tobago without work permits.
The following is the statement from the TTPS:
Between the hours of 11:20 p.m. on Tuesday January, 2015 and 12:20 a.m. today, Wednesday January 21st, 2015 Officers from the St. Clair Police Station together with Officers of the Immigration Division conducted an exercise at Federation Villas, Jamaica Boulevard, Federation Park.
Officers held three (3) persons in relation to immigration violations; two (2) female Jamaican nationals, ages forty-six (46) and fifty-two (52) years and one (1) male Jamaican national aged nineteen (19) years. The said persons were arrested for working without work permits and detained at the Belmont Station pending further enquiries.
Around 9:00 p.m. on Monday January 19th, 2015 Officers from the Princes Town Police Station were on mobile patrol along Madslot Road, St Julien Village, Princes Town, when they had cause to stop and search a twenty-three (23) year old man of Post Office Street, St Julien Village, Princes Town. Officers found and seized four (04) twelve (12) gauge cartridges and eight (8) grams of marijuana from his person.