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Clarendon curfew reaps success

Published: Friday August 20, 2010 | 5:08 pm with audio | Comments 0

The commanding officer for the Clarendon police division Superintendent Dathan Henry says the curfew now underway in Rocky Point Clarendon is reaping success.

According to Superintendent Henry, eight people including men who were wanted for serious crimes have so far been arrested.

Superintendent Henry says several people have been arrested for stealing electricity.

The curfew began yesterday in Palmetto Pen, Berbie and Rocky Point.

It will be lifted at 5 o clock tomorrow morning.

Its boundaries are as follows:

NORTH Along the Twin Palm Estate, from the Water Pump to the National Water Commission, NWC, Pumping Station

SOUTH Along the Sandy Bay main road, from the intersection of the Palmetto Pen main road to the New Testament Church

EAST From Berbie Commons to the NWC Pumping Station at Berbie; and

WEST Along the Twin Palm Estate, from the Water Pump to Board Villa, Palmetto Pen.

During the hours of the curfew, persons within its boundaries are required to remain within their premises unless otherwise authorized in writing by a member of the security forces, who is in charge of enforcing the curfew.

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Superintendent Dathan Henry
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