Police clean up Cupecoy and find stolen car as well

POSTED: 09/3/12 10:39 PM

CUPECOY, St. Maarten – Last Saturday community police officer Major E. Josepha and Michael Kanaby Chief Security of the Medical School organized a clean-up campaign on the Jordan road in the Lowlands area. The objective was to clear the area of overgrown bushes and trees that obscured street lights. In this area many medical students and tourists have become victims of robberies in the past. Robbers were able to hide in the bushes near a concrete building on that street. By removing these bushes and trimming the trees threats of being robbed have diminished.

The police expressed its gratitude in a police report towards Sindo Davis of JAZZ General Contracting for cutting the bushes and trimming the trees and to James Richardson of All Waist in Place N.V. for placing the garbage bins. Taking part in the clean-up were police recruits Angelo Blijden, Jeward Martis, Nikita van Heyningen, CPO sergeant S. Crispulo, officer R. Henson and Commissioner Carl John who is spearheading the CPO-project. During the clean-up a vehicle that was reported stolen the day before was found. The car was confiscated for further investigation.

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