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Saturday, February 22, 2020

Police & Courts

Armed Robbers Take $20 From Barren Spot Business

An Estate Barren Spot business, Parris Tees and Novelties, was held up by armed gunmen Thursday, the V.I. Police Department reported.

Lewis Pleads Guilty to Firearm Charge

Michael A. Lewis, 36, of St. Thomas pleaded guilty Wednesday in District Court to possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, U.S. Attorney Ronald W. Sharpe announced.

Police Investigate Burglary at JFK Housing

Officers of the V.I. Police Department on Sunday investigated a report that a man had broken into his girlfriend’s apartment and, after an altercation, walked out with her cell phone.

Man Arrested on Firearm Charge

Police officers conducting a vehicle search in the vicinity of West Airport Road arrested Jamal Rivera, 29, of Estate Grove Place and charged him with unauthorized possession of a firearm.

Man Arrested on Firearm Charge

Police officers conducting a vehicle search in the vicinity of West Airport Road arrested Jamal Rivera, 29, of Estate Grove Place and charged him with unauthorized possession of a firearm.

Williams Delight Man Jailed After Fleeing, Firing at Officers

Kishawn Lopez, 27, of Estate William’s Delight was arrested at 9:34 p.m. Sunday after an incident in which police said he fired at officers who had pursued him in a chase.

Four Arrested on Drug Charges

A federal grand jury indicted four St. Croix men Tuesday on a variety of drug charges. The four defendants on Wednesday made their initial appearance in District Court on St. Croix after their arrests.

Man Charged with Domestic Violence

Police arrested William A. Thelusma on Saturday and charged him with second-degree assault/domestic violence. He allegedly strangled his girlfriend and held her against her will, according to VIPD.

Gunshots Exchanged at Attempted Robbery

Two men who appeared to be trying to rob the Napoleon's Pizza in Petger's Rest Friday exchanged gunshots with a man who had been waiting outside, the V.I. Police reported Sunday.

Police Investigate Reckless Endangerment Report

The V.I. Police Department is investigating a report of first-degree reckless endangerment that occurred when gunshots were heard shortly before midnight Wednesday.

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