Police Report: Two men arrested suspected break-in, Two persons arrested/Fire-arm confiscated

Two men arrested suspected break-in

On Tuesday December 29th at approximately 11.00 a.m. a unanimous report came in to the Central Police Dispatch informing them, that at least three persons were busy breaking into a house on Killebarn drive in Cul-de-Sac. 

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Immediately after receiving this information several police patrols and detectives were sent to the scene to investigate the matter, however on the arrival of the investigating officers the suspects had already left the scene in a small black vehicle with license plate P-8292. A search of the area did not have any positive results.

However at around 03.15 p.m. a unit of the 0-tolerance Team, while in the area of Madame Estate spotted the suspect vehicle in the parking lot of Fresh Market. No-one was in the vehicle at the time. The unit stood on guard for a short time and saw when two unknown men stepped into the suspect vehicle and wanted to drive away. These suspects were arrested on the spot and during a quick search of the car, a generator was found on the backseat of the car. The suspects are R. E. from Sint Maarten and G.P.C. from the Dominican Republic. Neither of the suspects could give an acceptable explanation to where the generator came from or who the owner was. The generator was confiscated for further investigation. Both suspects were transported to Philipsburg Police Station and handed over to the Detective Dept. who will continue the investigation into this matter.


Two persons arrested/Fire-arm confiscated

On Tuesday December 29th at approximately 07.25 p.m. during a control done by a unit of the 0-tolerance Team, a black vehicle with license plate P-7992 with very dark tinted windows was stopped, because of the occupants behaving very suspicious when they saw the patrol. The vehicle in question was stopped in the vicinity of Cable T.v. on the Arch road. As the officer approached the suspect vehicle, the driver stepped out and walked towards the officer. At that same time the officer noticed what looked like the handle of a revolver sticking out of the door compartment on the driver side of the vehicle. When the officers investigated the situation further, they realized that it was indeed the handle of a nickle plated revolver, cal .38. This fire-arm was confiscated for further investigation. A small amount of marijuana, a switchblade and other items which can be used to commit armed robberies were also found. Both occupants of that vehicle with initials B.G. from the Dominican republic and B.D. from Haiti were arrested in taken to the Philipsburg Police Station and handed over to the Narcotic and Fire Arm Division.