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George Allen Jr.’s death still labelled as “unnatural”

George Allen Jrs death still labeled as unnatural

In other reports by the Royal Montserrat Police Service Commissioner Foster and his deputy, RMPS is presently awaiting the return of an officer from Trinidad & Tobago with exhibits and results from tests conducted on the body of George Allen Jr. who died in June earlier this year, after reportedly being left for dead in March with a bullet in his head.

Commissioner Foster said his death remains labelled as “unnatural” as there has been no evidence uncovered to declare it a homicide, denying that this was the case prior. The case has already been reviewed by the BVI Police Service who highlighted other directions in which the local police could consider in the investigation, Commissioner Foster reported.

Sexual Assault Cases

46-year-old Thomas Allen of Jamaica has been released on bail after being charged with the sexual offence of a minor. Allen is awaiting his court hearing.

Commissioner Foster said the results of evidence sent to Jamaica for forensic tests following several sexual assaults of women late in 2011 and early 2012 were negative and eliminated the suspects under consideration for the crimes.

In other police news, Commissioner of Police Steve Foster is hoping the decrease in traffic accidents continues.

He  said Friday that to date there have been 70 traffic accidents compared to 100 at this point in 2011.

He however cautioned drivers with the ongoing road works to be careful and to observe the one directional traffic flows which have been established to enable the work to continue unimpeded.

At his opportunity to speak Deputy Commissioner (DCOP) Siddell told the media that the RMPS Traffic Department would be instituting a “CheckStop” programme last week Thursday across the island. The programme will focus on “one of our Policing Plan objectives “Improve Road Safety / Safer Streets,” he said.

Every two to four weeks the Traffic Department will announce a new road safety theme. For example “Working Lights & Signals”, “Stopping Behind the Sign”, “Follow Safely Not Close”, or “Park Where Your Permitted”, etc.”

During prescribed short time periods at designated locations, the Traffic Department assisted by Beat and Patrol officers will conduct saturated traffic safety education and enforcement.

“Our goal is to influence the public’s views on the importance of safe driving,” Siddell explained.

The first “campaign” was scheduled to begin this Thursday, October 18.

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George Allen Jrs death still labeled as unnatural

In other reports by the Royal Montserrat Police Service Commissioner Foster and his deputy, RMPS is presently awaiting the return of an officer from Trinidad & Tobago with exhibits and results from tests conducted on the body of George Allen Jr. who died in June earlier this year, after reportedly being left for dead in March with a bullet in his head.

Commissioner Foster said his death remains labelled as “unnatural” as there has been no evidence uncovered to declare it a homicide, denying that this was the case prior. The case has already been reviewed by the BVI Police Service who highlighted other directions in which the local police could consider in the investigation, Commissioner Foster reported.

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Sexual Assault Cases

46-year-old Thomas Allen of Jamaica has been released on bail after being charged with the sexual offence of a minor. Allen is awaiting his court hearing.

Commissioner Foster said the results of evidence sent to Jamaica for forensic tests following several sexual assaults of women late in 2011 and early 2012 were negative and eliminated the suspects under consideration for the crimes.

In other police news, Commissioner of Police Steve Foster is hoping the decrease in traffic accidents continues.

He  said Friday that to date there have been 70 traffic accidents compared to 100 at this point in 2011.

He however cautioned drivers with the ongoing road works to be careful and to observe the one directional traffic flows which have been established to enable the work to continue unimpeded.

At his opportunity to speak Deputy Commissioner (DCOP) Siddell told the media that the RMPS Traffic Department would be instituting a “CheckStop” programme last week Thursday across the island. The programme will focus on “one of our Policing Plan objectives “Improve Road Safety / Safer Streets,” he said.

Every two to four weeks the Traffic Department will announce a new road safety theme. For example “Working Lights & Signals”, “Stopping Behind the Sign”, “Follow Safely Not Close”, or “Park Where Your Permitted”, etc.”

During prescribed short time periods at designated locations, the Traffic Department assisted by Beat and Patrol officers will conduct saturated traffic safety education and enforcement.

“Our goal is to influence the public’s views on the importance of safe driving,” Siddell explained.

The first “campaign” was scheduled to begin this Thursday, October 18.