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first_imgRelatedJamaicans urged to Expose Lotto Scammers FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Devon Watkis, is imploring Jamaicans to expose lotto scammers, as they are detrimental to the country’s image, and are affecting persons at home and abroad. “To take away, or trick someone to relieve them of their assets is an issue. It is time for us as a people to be satisfied with what we earn in a productive way,” Mr. Watkis said, while addressing a Jamaica Information Service (JIS) Think Tank, held on June 27, at the Montego Bay Regional Office, in St. James. “What we have found, is that the persons engaged in the illegal lotto scam are willing to acquire and possess firearms and ammunition. Even if the initial intention is not to use them, situations always force persons to use them. If your sons or your daughters are involved, I want to implore them to stop this activity. It is dangerous for them, because somewhere down the line, the law will catch them,” he warned. The ACP disclosed that the recent drive to rid the country of lotto scammers has resulted in the seizure of 82 vehicles, J$7 million and US$152,000, with 175 persons taken into custody. “Some 43 of those persons have been charged and are before the court,” he informed. “This is an example of what persons engaged in the lotto scam must face; also those involved in gang activities,” he said. The Senior Police Officer stressed that the possibility of the owners retrieving the seized properties is minute, as although they are in the names of other persons, they too will be unable to provide their source of funds used to acquire the assets. “Claiming those assets is really a challenge, because if they come forward to say they are the owners, they can’t support it. Those taken under the law will go through the process and will become the property of the State. We have had a lot of those,” Mr. Watkis said. In order to prevent unauthorised persons using premises left unoccupied for long periods for criminal purposes, he is advising that owners should inform the local police when they are leaving. “You can also ask relatives or some good citizens to occupy it in your absence. You can also equip your premises with technology, if you can afford it,” the ACP advised. By Garfield L. Angus, JIS Reporter Advertisements Jamaicans urged to Expose Lotto Scammers National SecurityJune 28, 2012 RelatedJamaicans urged to Expose Lotto Scammers RelatedJamaicans urged to Expose Lotto Scammerslast_img read more

first_img Keep in mind, the neighborhoods of Santa Monica are teeming with individuals like this running around high on narcotics. When you decriminalize criminal behavior, this is what you get. Santa Monica monitoring Coronavirus informationAnother case of coronavirus confirmed in Northern CaliforniaYou Might Also LikeFeaturedNewsBobadilla rejects Santa Monica City Manager positionMatthew Hall6 hours agoBriefsLos Angeles Sheriff’s deputy accused of destroying evidence of 2019 assaultAssociated Press10 hours agoNewsWedding boom is on in the US as vendors scramble to keep upAssociated Press17 hours agoNewsCouncil picks new City ManagerBrennon Dixson17 hours agoFeaturedNewsProtesting parents and Snapchat remain in disagreement over child protection policiesClara Harter17 hours agoFeaturedNewsDowntown grocery to become mixed use developmenteditor17 hours ago February 29, 2020 at 3:59 PM Comments are closed. 1 Comment James Bell says: HomeBad BehaviorCrime Watch – Peeping Bill Feb. 28, 2020 at 6:00 amBad BehaviorCrimeCRIME WATCHFeaturedNewsCrime Watch – Peeping Billeditor1 year agocrimeCrime Watchsmdp On February 15 at approximately 3:15 p.m.Officers responded to a “suspicious person call” in the 1100 block of Ocean Park Boulevard. Comments to the call indicated a community member was driving southbound on 11th Street approaching Ocean Park Boulevard when they observed a person peering into the window of an apartment. The motorist called the police and followed the person who fled the location on foot. The motorist directed officers to the person’s current location, where he was detained without incident. Follow up was conducted at apartment. The unit was an occupied dwelling. The suspect was also found to be in possession of a small quantity of methamphetamine, and narcotics paraphernalia. William Joseph Igbo, 24, was booked for peeping in to inhabited dwelling, possession of controlled substance and possession of narcotic paraphernalia.Tags :crimeCrime Watchsmdpshare on Facebookshare on Twittershow 1 commentlast_img read more