|Police briefs: Man charged in stabbing|
|Friday, 21 October 2011 11:00|
A 27-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder for stabbing another man in the neck Oct. 16 during an altercation in Five Cays.
Moses Gibson was charged with attempted murder and has been remanded in custody until Dec. 7 for a sufficiency hearing in the Grand Turk Supreme Court.
“The victim, believed to be a Turks Islander, was given immediate life-saving treatment by members of the emergency department team (at the Cheshire Hall Medical Centre),” an InterHealth Canada spokesman said. “Once stable, he was then flown out of the country for further specialised treatment.”
Police officer suspected in forged lottery ticket crimes
Police on Providenciales are investigating one of their own officers in the alleged passing of forged lottery tickets.
Tickets which had been altered to show a greater winning amount had been passed at different establishments on Providenciales.
The investigation is ongoing, and the police Professional Integrity Unit is also involved in the investigation.
Police said the integrity of the police force is paramount, and all allegations of misconduct will be thoroughly investigated and persons will be held accountable for their actions.
Man’s body found on Sandpiper Beach
A 41-year-old Canadian man that was found dead in the water off Sandpiper Beach in the Leeward area of Providenciales died of natural causes, according to police.
The body of Mark Glusing was discovered around 6:35 a.m. Oct. 17.
Results of the autopsy have shown that Glusing died of natural causes, and foul play has been ruled out, police said.
Two suspects in custody for Kew Town shooting Oct. 7
Two Bahamian/Turks and Caicos Islanders are in custody charged with multiple offenses involving the Oct. 7 shooting of a man in Kew Town on Providenciales.
A young man sustained a gunshot wound to his left shoulder during the incident, police said. He was treated at the Cheshire Hall Medical Centre for non-life threatening injuries.
Delano Ferguson, 26, and Levelle Williams, 21, are charged with attempted murder, possession of an unlicensed firearm, possession of a firearm with intent to commit a serious offence, possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life, and possession of ammunition with intent to enable endangerment of life.
Both were remanded in custody until Dec. 7 for a sufficiency hearing in the Supreme Court on Grand Turk.
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