Police Station for Crooked Tree Village Print E-mail
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Thursday, 23 August 2012 00:00

Residents of Crooked Tree Village are in great spirits after a visit from Area Representative, Hon. Edmund Castro, on Wednesday, August 22nd. Residents have been complaining about a recent spike in crime and violence in the area. Many have called for an increase in police presence in the village to deter criminal elements from acting at will. On Wednesday, Hon. Castro visited the village along with the Commissioner of Police, David Henderson. After meeting with residents and hearing their concerns, it was concluded that police presence must increase in the village. The plan is to deploy more officers to the village. To facilitate that process immediately, a house will be rented to act as a police station and residence for officers. The long-term plan is to build a police station in the village. Residents welcomed the news. It brought great hope that their once peaceful village may once again be a tranquil haven.