Two arrested for the latest shooting death of a young man

Miguel Robinson

ZIZ News…Feb 18 2012 — Quick work by the Criminal Investigation Department has resulted in the arrest of two persons within twenty four hours for the latest homicide.

In a release issued on Saturday it said in accordance with its mission of preventing crime and bringing to justice those who break the law The Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force have laid formal charges on both Sylvester Crossley and Vance Thomas of Fort Thomas Road for the Murder of Miguel Robinson of Trafalgar Village.

Inspector Smithen in his quest to maintain the confidence of the General Public within the Criminal Investigation was able to ensure that such charges were preferred within 20 hours of this tragic event.

The Commissioner of Police acknowledges the hard work of the officers involved in the investigation but would like to publicly acknowledge you the general public for your support as without such support that you have given to us in our philosophy to regain the streets of the Federation our success would not become a reality.

Vedel K. Browne

As we continue to be united on our success we urge you the public to remain cognizant of the personal safety and security tips previously published and we do look forward to your continued support in other matters under investigation within the Federation at this time.

Meanwhile the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force has identified and is actively seeking a person of interest for questioning in connection with the reported incident which occurred at Justice Breyer’s Home in Golden Rock, Nevis, on Thursday, February 9, 2012.

The individual is identified as one Vedel K. Browne of Webbes Ground in Gingerland, Nevis. He is a male, height 5′ 11″ and a gardener by occupation. If you have any information about the whereabouts of the subject or that which may be of assistance in this case, please contact Sgt. Alonzo Carty of the Nevis CID at 469-5391.

According to a Police release, any person found assisting, comforting, receiving or otherwise relieving this person of interest will be prosecuted in accordance with the law.

Investigations into this incident are ongoing. Further information will be provided as it becomes available.

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