Police continue to search for witnesses in Mars case

PHILIPSBURG--The Detective Department has been engaged in the investigation of the disappearance of the two men S.L. Sarante-Diaz and E. Rosario.
 
Both men were last seen inside Simpson Bay Resort in the afternoon of Monday, December 5, 2016.
In connection with this investigation led by the Prosecutor’s Office, members of the police and RST searched a home In Belvedere on Thursday. A man T.F. was arrested and several goods confiscated.
 
The investigation team has interviewed a number of witnesses and relevant information was obtained, according to police on Thursday. The investigation team still wants to get in touch with persons who were at Simpson Bay Resort or in the immediate area on December 5 in the afternoon and may have seen something or heard something that could be of great importance to help resolve this case.
 
In this regard the investigation team particularly would like to get in touch with a young woman who was at Simpson Bay Resort that afternoon. This woman was dressed in light blue jeans and a tight pink T-shirt, has brown complexion and short dark-coloured hair.
 
“This woman was with the man shown in the picture. If anyone knows who this woman is, or if this person is you, we ask you to get in urgent contact with the investigation team by calling 542-2222, ext. 211/214/215 or the anonymous tip line 9300,” stated police.

Civil Registry St. Eustatius to close in November

ST. EUSTATIUS--The Civil Registry (Census Office) of St. Eustatius will be temporarily closed in November. The Civil Registry’s client desk (klantenloket) will be moving to a new location. 

Justice Minister St. Maarten weighs in on police general controls

PHILIPSBURG--Justice Minister Rafael Boasman reassures the community that the Police Force of St. Maarten and visiting law enforcement officials on island are conducting general controls for public safety purposes, which is the norm.

Prosecutor Saint Martin: Supermarket looting day after hurricane not justified

MARIGOT--Vice-Prosecutor Yves Paillard reacted Tuesday to comments made on social media by a woman who was implicated in the looting of food from a supermarket a day after Hurricane Irma struck the island.
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