Two men detained in Bonaire with materials for skimming

KRALENDIJK - On Saturday, February 2, two men (K.B.P. 33 years of age born in Bulgaria and A.I. 19 years of age born in Ireland) were arrested at Flamingo Airport on suspicion of having objects with which debit cards can be skimmed.
 
With the aid of such material, payment data of the card can be obtained and copied in an unlawful way.
 
The suspects were transferred by the Customs to the KMar for further investigation.
 
The judge has decided that the suspects will remain available to the police longer in the interest of the investigation.

Top hotels sued for 'industry-wide failures' to prevent sex trafficking

NEW YORK--Landmark U.S. legal action was filed on Monday accusing several major hotel groups of profiting from sex trafficking on behalf of 13 women who claimed they were sold for sex in hotel rooms.

Agreement signed for renovation Courthouse Sint Maarten

PHILIPSBURG--Last week the Joint Court of Justice signed a construction agreement with Leeward Island Construction Company LICCOM for repairs and renovation of the historical Courthouse in the heart of Philipsburg.

Hotel art wall exceeded height allowed in building regulations

MARIGOT--The colourful murals on the perimeter wall fronting Hotel Mercure in Baie Nettle may be in jeopardy since a court ruling in Marigot deemed the height of the wall exceeds that permitted in the building regulations.