Two pistols and a quantity of ammunition have been found in Diego Martin, by officers attached to the Western Division Task Force, police say in a statement.
The discoveries were made during an anti-crime exercise between the hours 12:00 pm and 3:00 pm on Wednesday 10th May, 2017.
The officers first went to Farm Road, Diego Martin, where they searched an abandoned structure and found one black Colt .9mm pistol, with five rounds of .9mm ammunition.
A Claxton Bay man and a Navet woman are due to appear before a San Fernando Magistrate, charged with the murder of Sherrin Alleyne, which occurred in June 2014.
Kamal Khan, 26, a truck driver, of Solidad Road, Claxton Bay, and Gloria Chin, 27, of Hackette Extension Road, Navet, were charged with the murder, after advice was received from the Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions, Joan Honore-Paul, today, Thursday 11th May, 2017.
An Austria Glock pistol and a quantity of marijuana were found by officers during an anti-crime exercise in the Central Division yesterday a statement by the Police Service said.
The officers of the Central Special Crime and Canine Units, conducted the exercise coordinated by ASP (Ag.), Richard Smith, between 7:00am and 9:00pm on Wednesday 10th May, 2017.
The officers went to Mano Street, Enterprise, Chaguanas, around 7:30pm, where they conducted a search behind a shed situated along the roadway.
Police are probing two murders in East Trinidad, one in Lopinot and the other in Arima.
Around 11:50 pm 25-year-old Lleron Alexander was at his business place, LA Mini Mart, at East Main Road, Lopinot when a man approached him and a struggle ensued.
Two loud explosions were heard and persons around intervened and subdued the suspect.
Officers of the Northern Division Task Force (NDTF) arrived and conveyed both to the Arima Hospital.
Alexander succumbed around 1 am.
The 24-year-old suspect is still at hospital.
A 33-year-old Chase Village man, will appear before an Arima Magistrate today, charged with possession of a Glock 22 pistol along with two magazines containing a total of 26 rounds of .40mm ammunition.
Clevon Francis was arrested and later charged following anticrime exercises carried out by officers of the Northern Division Area Central Task Force, in the Charlieville area, on Friday 5th May, 2017.
The accused of Orange Field Road, Chase Village, was arrested along Pierre Road, Charlieville, around 11:30 pm.
A snub nose revolver was discovered by officers of the Tobago Division Task Force, in a forested area, at Mt. St. George, Tobago over the weekend.
A statement by the Police Service says that officers, acting on information, went to Castara Road, around 7:45 am on Saturday 6th May, 2017, where they found a black plastic bag containing the revolver loaded with two rounds of .38mm ammunition.
No one was arrested in connection with the find.
Police have detained two people in connection with the murder of a Barataria man on Friday. The man’s death has taken the murder toll to 176.
The man, 40-year-old Rasheed Khan, was killed while in on the Caura Valley Road after being shot in his chest.
He was taken to hospital but was pronounced dead shortly after he arrived.
According to witnesses, around 9 pm, loud explosions were heard.
The witnesses called the police who held two people while they were attempting to escape.
Gasping for breath with a plastic bag over his head, an off-duty police officer, who was the victim of robbers, wiggled his way to the edge of the Solomon Hochoy Highway yesterday, before he was rescued by some of his colleagues.
PC Omar Ramroop, 33, was found around 3:30 am. His limbs were tied with straps and he was sweating profusely because of the bag over his head.
A shooting incident has left one man fighting for his life at hospital.
Around 7.20 pm on Wednesday Kyle Collins was sitting in a white Nissan Laurel at Matthew Street in Marabella, when a lone gunman approached him and opened fire.
Residents notified the police and the man was rushed to the San Fernando General Hospital where he is warded in a critical condition.
Investigations are ongoing.