Stop Speeding crop

CNMI Department of Public Safety
Burglary at Kagman Elementary School Print E-mail

Crime Stoppers is seeking the public’s help for a burglary and criminal mischief incident that occurred at the Kagman Elementary School.

On Monday, April 5, 2014 at about 6:15 am, DPS Central dispatched Police Officers to a reported burglary and vandalism incident located at the Kagman Elementary School. Police learned from school employees that they first discovered traffic cones scattered throughout the parking lot. Then they noticed the bulletin board damaged, and 2 water faucets in building "C" were broken gushing water flooding the parking lot area.

The cafeteria was in disarray. Fruit juice containers, water bottles, napkins were scattered over the cafeteria floor. Cleaning agents were poured onto the cases of beverages stored in the chillers, refrigerators, and storage areas making the drinks unfit for consumption. This was the third time the school was vandalized in recent months. The crimes occurred sometime over the weekend.

DPS and Crime Stoppers need your help. Please contact the Crime Stoppers hotline at 234-7272 should you want to remain anonymous or use our website at www.nmicrimestoppers.net Crime stoppers pays up to $1,000.00 for any information leading to an arrest. It pays to call.

Anyone having information about these crimes, or any other crimes, please call the Crime Stoppers hotline at 234-7272.


Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest.
Caller ID is not used. Send web tips to www.nmicrimestoppers.net
All tips remain anonymous.
It pays to make the call.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 May 2014 23:04
 
Crime of the Week Print E-mail

September 9, 2014

Crime Stoppers is seeking the public’s help for an Arson incident that occurred at the Carolinian Utt, Beach Road, Garapan.

After midnight, 12:30 am, Monday, September, 1st, 2014, DPS Fire and Police personnel were dispatched to a reported structure fire located by the Carolinian Affairs Office. Upon arrival, Police noticed one of the Utt's was on fire with flames rising up to 20 feet in the air. Fire suppression units were able to extinguish the fire while Police canvassed the area for witnesses.

A witness did not see the actual fire being started but mentioned seeing several juvenile males a few blocks away from the crime scene shouting out loud and being rowdy. The cost to build the hut was estimated to be over $3,000.00. The cost to repair the damage is estimated at over $1,000.00.

Employees reported criminal mischief incidents at the area a few weeks earlier. This included damage to the fork lift used at the area. Someone poured water into the gas tank causing engine problems which required repair. On another date, the battery of the fork lift was stolen.

DPS and Crime Stoppers need your help. Please contact the Crime Stoppers hotline at 234-7272 should you want to remain anonymous or use our website at www.nmicrimestoppers.net Crime stoppers pays up to $1,000.00 for any information leading to an arrest. It pays to call.

 
Arrest Warrant, Search Warrant and Rule 5 Executed Print E-mail

On Friday, May 1st, 2015, the Commonwealth Bureau of Investigation (CBI)executed an arrest warrant on Syl Kaipat Teregeyo, age 31 for the charges of theft. CBI also executed a separate search warrant at a residence in Dan Dan village for the recovery of stolen items. Both warrants were signed by the Honorable Judge Teresa Kim-Tenorio.

Summary of the incidents:

On March 7, 2015, at about 7:43 am Police responded to a theft incident located at the former Roberto Auto Shop, Susupe Lake.

Police and Detectives learned that witnesses saw the suspect load and take several pieces concrete tin sheets valued at about $25.00 each. Detectives from CBI interviewed witnesses and were able to locate 34 pieces of the stolen material at the residence of the suspect in Dandan. A search warrant was issued by Judge Tenorio and 34 pieces of stolen concrete tin valued at over $850.00 were recovered. Photos of the evidence was taken and the property was returned to the owner/victim. The suspect was not arrested however charges are pending.

On Friday, April 24, 2015 Police responded to a theft incident located at the beach side of Aquarius Hotel, Susupe. The victim, a Chinese female age 43, had her personal items stolen. This includes Chanel Bag valued at $3,400.00, containing a Blue Balencia Paris purse, valued at $220.00, and a black pair Ray Ban sunglasses valued at $299.00

The victim left her bag on the beach and walked down to the shoreline to take pictures. A white 2016 Mazda 4 door sedan with dark tint bearing the license plate # AER-542 drove up to the purse. The driver's door window opened and the victim saw only the hand of the suspect reach out from the car, grab her purse and start backing up away from the beach. The suspect car drove away at a high rate of speed.
The victim shouted for help and another bystander was almost struck by the fleeing suspect car. The car drove south towards beach road from the access dirt road south of Aquarius Hotel near the Volcano Hotel. The victim chased after the White Mazda 6 on foot and used her cell phone to take a picture of the fleeing suspect car capturing the license plate.

CBI detectives followed up on the registered owner of the car. This led to the identification of the driver of the suspect car as Syl Kaipat Teregeyo. The suspect was questioned admitted to operating the suspect car during that time but was not involved in any crime. Further investigation led Detectives to the recovery of the stolen purse which was hidden by the suspect inside a broken refrigerator near the suspects residence. Police recovered the stolen purse and identified it along with the wallet and sunglass as matching the description of the victim's stolen property. This resulted in an arrest warrant signed by Judge Tenorio for Syl K. Teregeyo.

On Friday, May 01, 2015 at 9:55 PM, Police responded to a domestic violence incident in Fina Sisu village along Tun Appa road by the Northern Marianas College Gymnasium. A Gold 2007 Toyota Yaris 4 door sedan was parked on the highway with the doors open. A witness notice the a local male, Faunny Kelulau, age 41 arguing with his common law wife. A witness saw the victim slap the face of his girlfriend. The victim admitted she was also punched on her face, and pushed by Faunny who was arrested and charged with the of 6CMC-3101 Disturbing the Peace, 6CMC-1202 Assault & Battery-Domestic Violence under the Commonwealth Code. He was served a Rule-5 on Saturday, May 2, 2015, at about 5:30 pm for the above charges by Detective Maverick Saures

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 May 2015 13:21
 
Certification and Adoption of Regulations of the DPS Fire Division Print E-mail

ACTION TO ADOPT PROPOSED REGULATIONS: The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Department of Public Safety ("DPS"), Fire Division ("FD"), Fire Prevention and Arson Investigation ("FPAI") Unit, HEREBYADOPTS AS PERMANENT regulations the Proposed Regulations which were published in the Commonwealth Register at the abovereferenced pages, pursuant to the procedures of the Administrative procedure Act, 1 CMC § 9104(a). The DPS-FD, FPAI Unit announced that it intended to adopt them as permanent, and now does so. It is also certified that:

as published, such adopted regulations are true, complete and correct copy of the referenced Proposed Regulations,

and that they are being adopted without modification or amendment.

PRIOR PUBLICATION: The prior publication was as stated above. 

MODIFICATIONS FROM PROPOSED REGULATIONS, IF ANY: [NONE].

AUTHORITY: The DPS-FD, FPAI Unit is required by the Legislature to adopt rules and regulations regarding those matters over which the DPS-FD, FPAI Unit has jurisdiction, including its regulation of the Fire Code Rules and Regulations. PL 11-56, the "Commonwealth Fire Safety Code Act of 1998."

To read the full regulation, please download it pdfhere

Last Updated on Friday, 31 October 2014 12:46
 
Four Individuals arrested for trafficking of methamphetamines Print E-mail

 On Tuesday, January 28, 2020, the CNMI Drug Enforcement Task Force (DETF) executed four (4) arrest warrants for Sharleen Arriola, Ling Wei Meng, Shuihua Qi, and Ruchun Xu. 

Sharleen Arriola is charged with I-count of Possession, and I-count of Trafficking. 

Lingwei Meng a.k.a. “Brother” is charged with one count of Possession, and one count of Trafficking. 

Shuihua Qi a.k.a “Mindy” is charged with II-counts of Possession, and II-counts of Trafficking and I-count of Conspiracy charges.

Ruchun Xu is charged with  I-count of Possession, and I-count Trafficking of a Controlled Substance. 

These arrests were made pursuant to an Arrest Warrant issued by the CNMI superior court with bail set at $100,000.00 for each.

If you or someone you know want to report any drug related activity in your village, we encourage you to call 911. If you would like to remain anonymous please call the CNMI Crime Stoppers hotline at 234-7272.

 

SharleenArriola ShuihuaQi
RuchunXu LingweiMeng
Last Updated on Thursday, 30 January 2020 10:36
 
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>

Page 1 of 42
 Kamagra jel php shell indir php bypass shell shell indir tempobetescort ataky deutsche pornobuca escort1xbetshort haircutskurtky escortfullfilmizlesin1tempobettempobettempobetsex hikayeleri evden eve nakliyat jigolo caddecilingir elektrikciii jigolo ajansi evden eve nakliyattempobettempobettempobetbuca escort
http://www.dps.gov.mp/index.php?option=com_user&view=login">afety - All Rights Reserved