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4 more get detention orders
Four more detention orders were served yesterday by the State, bringing the total number of people to be detained to 16. The orders were made by the National Security Minister Brigadier John Sandy, in accordance with paragraph two of the second schedule to the Emergency Powers Regulations, 2011.
The four were identified as:
• Ashmeed Mohammed, of 21 Claude Street, La Romaine. Other addresses included Lightpole 64, Charles Street, La Romaine, and 353 Southern Main Road, La Romaine.
• Jason Brown ,also called “Abdool Kareem”, of 10 William Trace, El Socorro Road, San Juan.
• Zaid Abdul Hamid, of corner Richard Lane and Aping Streets, Longdenville.
• Dominic Pitilal, also called “Jamal”, of 196 Western Main Road, Cocorite.
According to the order, they were ordered to be sent to the Eastern Detention Correctional and Rehabilitation Centre, Santa Rosa. However, prisons sources said they were absorbed within the prisons system and not housed at the Santa Rosa facility. Three of the four were identified as allegedly being behind a plot to destabilise Trinidad and Tobago and cause major panic. The fourth was named as the person involved in a conspiracy to assassinate Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, Attorney General Anand Ramlogan, Minister of Housing and the Environment Dr Roodal Moonilal and Local Government Minister Chandresh Sharma. These latest detention orders have brought to 16 the number of people held under the Emergency Powers Regulations.
The others are:
• Selwyn Alexis, also known as “Robocop”, a businessman of Francois Street, Enerprise, Chaguanas.
• Yohann Cruickshank, also called “Wally”, of Mayers Lane, Chrissie Terrace, Longdenville, Chaguanas.
• David Millard, also known as “Buffy”, of 64, La Baja Road, Maracas, St Joseph.
• Andy Brown, also called “Sudan”, of Green and King Streets, Plymouth, Tobago.
• Police Sergeant Earl Elie, of Sampson Trace, off Cunupia Road, Cunupia. He was last assigned to the St Clair Police Station.
• William Taylor, also known as “Billy”, of Cumuto Main Road, Wallerfield, Cumuto.
• Bryan Barrington, also called “Soldier Barry”, of 20, Partap Trace, South Oropouche. Barrington is a former member of the Defence Force and was dishonourably discharged from the service.
• Khalil Karamath. of 30, Palm Road, Valsayn North, Valsayn. Karamath is the son of late contractor Hafeez Karamath.
• Shane Crawford, also called “Asadullah”, of
349 Dass Branch Trance, Enterprise.
• Milton Algernon, also called Fareed Mustapha ,of 34, Hibiscus Arc Road, Rio Claro. Algernon is a member of the T&T Sheep and Goat Farmers’ Association.
• Chionesu Luqman, also called Asim Cuffie, and also called Salim Luqman, of Mon Repos, Upper Malick, Morvant, and of Thomas Trace, East Dry River, Port-of-Spain ,and of St Margaret’s Lane, Belmont.
• Ashmeed Choate, an Islamic scholar, of Craignish Road, Princes Town.
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