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  06/19/2017 Former BMV Director, two others arrested in REAL ID alleged scheme  
    
  ST. CROIX, V.I. – A former director of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles and two others have been arrested on multiple charges stemming from an alleged scheme to defraud the government through a...  
    
    
  06/16/2017 Man convicted of 2013 rape  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Jurors seated for the rape trial of 42-year-old Irvin Ocasio convicted him of sexually assaulting a woman while she was sleeping.  The incident occurred a little more...  
    
    
  06/05/2017 Mentally-ill man faces first-degree rape charges  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – V.I. Superior Court Magistrate Henry V. Carr III found that there was sufficient probable cause to move forward on rape and related charges against a mentally-ill man,...  
    
    
  06/02/2017 Man convicted of gun possession; faces mandatory minimum of 10 years  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Jurors empaneled to hear the trial of Akil Nibbs convicted him of weapons and assault charges in connection with an April 20, 2016 incident in the area of a Bovoni gas...  
    
    
  05/30/2017 Former police captain sentenced to 40 years for murder of his wife  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Forty years in prison – with credit for 326 days already served – was the sentence V.I. Superior Court Judge Michael Dunston handed down today on Enrique...  
    
    
  05/24/2017 Man Convicted of Shooting Woman and Leaving Her For Dead  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A 23-year-old man was remanded to the Bureau of Corrections Tuesday afternoon, minutes after a jury convicted him of shooting a woman and leaving her for...  
    
    
  05/19/2017 V.I. Parole Board Hearing Schedule  
    
  PRESS RELEASE PAROLE BOARD HEARINGS   Attorney General Claude E. Walker would like to advise the general public that the Virgin Islands Parole Board (Board) will meet on Thursday...  
    
    
  05/05/2017 Man Charged With Aggravated Rape of 5-year-old Boy Released on Unsecured Bond  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A man who was charged with aggravated rape and related offenses of a minor boy was released on an unsecured...  
    
    
  05/03/2017 AG Files Opposition to Terminix’s Motion to Dismiss  
    
  AG Files Opposition to Terminix Motion to Dismiss   ST. CROIX, V.I.. – Attorney General Claude Earl Walker announced Tuesday that the Virgin Islands Department of Justice (DOJ) has...  
    
    
  05/01/2017 Woman Who Pistol-whipped Taxi Driver Released On Unsecured Bond  
    
  Woman who pistol whipped taxi driver released on unsecured bond   ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A woman who is accused of pistol-whipping a taxi driver has been allowed to be released from...  
    
    
  04/24/2017 Federal Auditors Give High Marks to Paternity and Child Support Division  
    
  Federal auditors give high marks to Paternity and Child Support Division   ST. THOMAS, V.I. – The initiative, “Operation Support Our Children,” has contributed to the Department of...  
    
    
  04/24/2017 Seventeen Federal Law Enforcement Officers Receive Commissions As Virgin Islands Peace Officers  
    
  Seventeen federal law enforcement officers receive commissions as Virgin Islands peace officers   ST. CROIX, V.I. - Seventeen federal law enforcement officers received commissions as...  
    
    
  04/19/2017 St. Thomas Man Sentenced for Sexually Assaulting Woman  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A man who pleaded guilty to assault stemming from a rape was remanded to the Bureau of Corrections Wednesday to begin serving his two-and-a-half-year prison...  
    
    
  04/11/2017 Local Businessman Admits To Stealing More Than $1 Million From MoneyGram  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A local businessman who operated a franchise under MoneyGram Payment Systems, Inc. has admitted to embezzling more than $1.4 million from the...  
    
    
  04/11/2017 AG Walker Bars Charleswell From Government Property Auctions  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A former government employee who confessed and pleaded guilty to participating in a scheme to defraud the government through a property auction has been barred from engaging...  
    
    
  04/10/2017 Federal Law Enforcement Officers Receive Commissions as Virgin Islands Peace Officers  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Nine federal law enforcement officers received commissions as Virgin Islands Peace Officers today after attending an orientation on Virgin Islands history and culture at the...  
    
    
  04/07/2017 A Third Defendant Pleads Guilty In Government Auction Scheme  
    
  A third defendant pleads guilty in government auction scheme   ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A third man accused of participating in a scheme to defraud the government through a property...  
    
    
  03/24/2017 Former Police Captain Convicted of Wife's Murder  
    
  Former police captain convicted of wife’s murder   ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Former police captain, Enrique Saldana, was remanded to the Bureau of Corrections Friday afternoon, minutes...  
    
    
  03/20/2017 Former Police Captain On Trial For Wife’s Murder  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Trial got underway Monday morning for Enrique Saldana who is accused of murdering his wife almost three years...  
    
    
  03/15/2017 St. John Man Sentenced To 25 Years For 2012 Murder  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – V.I. Superior Court Judge Michael Dunston sentenced Ralph Titre to 25 years in prison for the 2012 murder of Tiny...  
    
    
  03/15/2017 CLOSURE OF OFFICES OF PATERNITY AND CHILD SUPPORT DIVISION  
    
  The general public is advised that the Department of Justice’s Paternity and Child Support Division will be closing its offices on the following dates:   Monday and Tuesday,...  
    
    
  03/14/2017 AG Walker Weighs In On Rights Of Transgender Individuals In V.I. Public Schools  
    
  AG Walker weighs in on rights of transgender individuals in V.I. public schools   ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Education Commissioner Sharon McCollum inquired of Attorney General Claude Earl...  
    
    
  03/10/2017 Man Arrested On Weapon And Ammunition Charges Following Gun Battle  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A report of shots fired Thursday resulted in the confiscation of two weapons and the arrest of Hector Castano Estrella, Jr., on weapon and ammunition...  
    
    
  03/06/2017 Convicted Gunman Sentenced  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Fifteen years without parole was the punishment meted out to Mario Emanuel for gun possession.            ...  
    
    
  03/03/2017 Man Sentenced For Drunken Driving  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A man who pleaded guilty to drunken driving was remanded to the Bureau of Corrections on Thursday to begin serving his one-month prison...  
    
    
  03/02/2017 Man Held On Rape and Related Charges Advised Of His Rights  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – V.I. Superior Court Magistrate Carolyn Hermon-Purcell has ruled that there is sufficient evidence to move forward on rape and related charges against Shawn...  
    
    
  03/01/2017 Man Sentenced To Six Months Behind Bars For Arson  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. - A man who pleaded guilty to arson was remanded to the Bureau of Corrections on Tuesday to begin serving his six-month...  
    
    
  02/24/2017 Robbery Suspect Placed On Curfew And House Arrest  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – V.I. Superior Court Magistrate Henry Carr III ruled that there was sufficient evidence to move forward on robbery and weapons-related charges against Darwin...  
    
    
  02/21/2017 St. Thomas Woman Arrested On An Embezzlement Charge  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V. I – A 25-year-old St. Thomas woman has been advised of her rights on a single charge of embezzlement.            ...  
    
    
  02/21/2017 St. Thomas Man Arrested On False Imprisonment And Related Charges  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – V.I. Superior Court Magistrate Henry Carr III found probable cause to move forward on false imprisonment and related charges against Elijah...  
    
    
  02/17/2017 Burglary Suspect Placed on House Arrest  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – V.I. Superior Court Magistrate Carolyn Hermon Percell ruled that there was sufficient evidence to move forward on burglary and related charges against Tyshown...  
    
    
  02/17/2017 Police Confiscate Illegal Firearm During Initiative  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A police operation conducted in Bovoni Thursday led to the arrest of a 24-year-old man on gun-related...  
    
    
  02/15/2017 Man Faces Robbery and Weapons Charges in Two Incidents  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A man who faces robbery and weapons charges in two separate, unrelated incidents had his bail reduced in both...  
    
    
  02/14/2017 Man Admits To Sexually Assaulting Woman  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. - A man who was being held on suspicion of sexually assaulting a woman a little more than two years ago confessed to the crime...  
    
    
  02/13/2017 DOJ Files Suit Against Terminix  
    
  ST. CROIX, V.I. – Attorney General Claude Earl Walker announced on Monday that the Virgin Islands Department of Justice (DOJ) has filed a lawsuit against...  
    
    
  02/10/2017 Another accused conspirator in public auction scheme pleads guilty  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Another man accused of participating in a scheme to defraud the government through a property auction has admitted to his role in the...  
    
    
  02/09/2017 Sex Offender Punished For Failing To Keep Registration Current  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. - A judge sentenced Daniel Cove to two years in prison for failing to keep his sexual offender registration current. “It is a pattern that you have and it is very...  
    
    
  02/09/2017 Woman receives jail time for damaging vehicle  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A 53-year-old woman who admitted to damaging a man’s vehicle has been handed a one-year prison sentence.            ...  
    
    
  02/08/2017 Accused Co-conspirator In Scheme To Defraud Government Pleads Guilty  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – One of the men accused of participating in a scheme to defraud the government through a property auction has admitted to his role in the...  
    
    
  02/03/2017 Police Confiscate Drugs and Illegal Firearm During Traffic Stop  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A police operation conducted in the Red Hook area Thursday led to the arrests of a man and woman on drugs and weapons...  
    
    
  01/31/2017 DOJ Comes In For High Praise From Gov. Mapp  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I – Attorney General Claude Earl Walker and the Department of Justice have received high praise from the Territory’s top official. During his live broadcast of the State of...  
    
    
  01/31/2017 Woman Charged With Vehicular Homicide Released on Unsecured Bond  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A St. Thomas woman who is charged in the death of a tourist during a vehicular accident has been granted bail. On Friday, police arrested Jehrelle Warner, 27, of Tutu...  
    
    
  01/27/2017 Man sentenced for armed robbery of a police officer  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A 21-year-old St. Thomas man has begun serving a seven-year prison today for last year’s armed robbery of a police officer. On Friday, V.I. Superior Court Judge Kathleen...  
    
    
  01/25/2017 DOJ Takes Steps To Establish Forensic Facility  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – “This is the first time in the history of the Virgin Islands that the Department of Justice has a facility of this kind.”So said Attorney General Claude Earl Walker during brief...  
    
    
  01/24/2017 Man Arrested On Weapon And Drug Charges  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. - V.I. Superior Court Magistrate Henry Carr III found probable cause to sustain weapon and drug charges against Reinaldo Corneiro of Estate Fortuna.Police arrested Corneiro, 31,...  
    
    
  01/23/2017 AG Walker Announces Toyota Repair-A-Thons  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Attorney General Claude Earl Walker has said that consumers stand to benefit from Toyota’s efforts to repair and replace faulty airbags from vehicles in the Virgin Islands.This...  
    
    
  01/23/2017 V.I. Government Resolves Claims With Janssen Pharmaceutical Company  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Attorney General Claude Earl Walker has announced that the government of the Virgin Islands has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in settlement from giant pharmaceutical...  
    
    
  01/20/2017 Man Convicted Of Gun Possession  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. - Jurors empaneled to hear the trial of Mario Emanuel convicted him of weapons charges in connection with a Jan. 23, 2016 incident.Following a day of testimony and about three hours...  
    
    
  01/12/2017 St. Thomas Woman Sentenced To One Year For Embezzling Public Funds  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – V.I. Superior Court Judge Denise Francois has sentenced Riise Richards to a one-year prison term for embezzling public funds when she worked as the director of the Planning and...  
    
    
  01/10/2017 St. Thomas Man Sentenced For 2013 Coki Point Beach Murder  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A St. Thomas man who has taken responsibility for a killing on one of the island’s popular beaches three years ago has been punished for his crime. Attorney General Claude Earl...  
    
    
  01/04/2017 Man accused of shooting victim in front of victim’s mother  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – V.I. Superior Court Magistrate Carolyn Hermon-Purcell has ruled that sufficient evidence exists to sustain assault and weapons charges against Elio “Geraldo” Emilio Santana....  
    
    
  12/27/2016 Three Men Found With Handguns And AK-47 Rifle  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A police operation conducted over the weekend led to the arrests of three young men on weapons charges.Akil Smith, 24, of Estate Tutu, Kisho Atiba Gumbs, 24, of Paul M. Pearson...  
    
    
  12/23/2016 Man Charged In Machete Attack  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. - V.I. Superior Court Magistrate Carolyn Herman Purcell found probable cause to move forward on assault and related charges against Desie Henry.Henry, 46, of Estate Smith Bay, is...  
    
    
  12/23/2016 Man Charged In His Mother’s Murder Held On $1 Million Bail  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. - A suspect charged in his mother’s murder made his initial court appearance Friday morning and Attorney General Claude Earl Walker recommended a bail of $1 million dollars, which...  
    
    
  12/16/2016 St. Thomas Man Sentenced To More Than 30 Years For Raping a Woman  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A St. Thomas man has been sentenced to 40 years for raping a woman. V.I. Superior Court Judge Kathleen Mackay handed down the punishment today to Lloyd Wilkinson, 54, of no fixed...  
    
    
  12/16/2016 St. Thomas Man Sentenced To Six Months For Assaulting Police Officer  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A judge sentenced Kiplin Chalwell to six months in prison for attacking and assaulting two men – one of them a police officer – about five months ago.“It shows a lack of respect...  
    
    
  12/13/2016 Murder Suspect Held On $1 Million Bail  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A suspect charged in a two-year-old murder made his initial court appearance Monday afternoon and Attorney General Claude Earl Walker recommended a bail of $1 million dollars,...  
    
    
  12/09/2016 St. John Man Sentenced To 25 Years For 2014 Murder  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – V.I. Superior Court Judge Denise Francois sentenced Adisa Bertrand to 25 years in prison, with credit for time served, for the murder of Shantee Sievenwright.Bertrand, 45, of...  
    
    
  12/03/2016 Man Accused Of First-Degree Rape Granted Bail  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – V.I. Superior Court Magistrate Carolyn Hermon-Purcell has ruled that there is sufficient evidence to move forward on rape and related charges against Isaiah “Iva” George.Following...  
    
    
  12/01/2016 St. John Man Convicted Of 2012 Murder  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A young man has lost his freedom after a V.I. Superior Court jury unanimously convicted him of a 2012 murder that occurred on St. John.Following two days of testimony and after a...  
    
    
  11/23/2016 Two Former DOH Employees Arrested On Embezzlement And Related Charges  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V. I – Two former government employees at the Department of Health Community Health Clinic have been advised of their rights on multiple embezzlement-related charges.Lou Hermon, 47, of...  
    
    
  11/18/2016 Man Sentenced to 10 Years for Armed Robbery at Pizza Restaurant  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A St. Thomas man was sentenced Friday for last October’s armed robbery of Domino’s Pizza restaurant located at Tutu Park Mall.Tyrone Thomas, 30, of no known address, was arrested...  
    
    
  11/18/2016 Man Confesses to Wife’s Murder  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A man who is being held on suspicion of killing his wife almost two years ago has confessed to the crime.John James Natta, 57, of Estate Mandahl has pleaded guilty to the Jan. 23,...  
    
    
  11/17/2016 DHS Employee Arrested on Embezzlement and Related Charges  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V. I – A government employee at the Department of Human Services (DHS) has been advised of her rights on multiple embezzlement-related charges.Shea Smith-Halliday, 44, of Estate Bordeaux...  
    
    
  11/04/2016 DOJ Teams Up With VIPD To Tackle Public Corruption  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Attorney General Claude Earl Walker has announced that the Department of Justice is putting resources into tackling public corruption, white collar crimes and fraud-related...  
    
    
  10/19/2016 Jury Convicts St. Thomas Man Of Rape In Second Trial  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Jurors empaneled to hear the rape trial of Lloyd Wilkinson convicted him of first-degree rape and related charges in connection with a Feb. 11, 2015 incident.Following two days of...  
    
    
  10/17/2016 Second Suspect Arrested And Charged With 2005 Murder  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – The second suspect who is charged in an 11-year-old murder made his initial court appearance Monday morning and Attorney General Claude Earl Walker recommended a bail of $1 million...  
    
    
  10/07/2016 Woman Sentenced For Severely Wounding Young Girl  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A woman who admitted to beating and severely wounding a young girl has been sentenced to three years’ imprisonment.LaToya Nicole Smith, who pleaded guilty to third-degree assault...  
    
    
  10/05/2016 DOJ Captures Another Wanted Sex Offender  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A second sex offender who was wanted by authorities has been taken into custody.Daniel Cove, 33, walked into the St. Croix office of the Department of Justice (DOJ) Wednesday...  
    
    
  10/04/2016 DOJ Apprehends Sex Offender  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Following an announcement from Attorney General Claude Earl Walker that two sex offenders are being sought on St. Thomas for failure to update their registration, one of the men...  
    
    
  10/03/2016 Attorney General Seeks Public Help In Locating Two Sex Offenders  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – The Department of Justice (DOJ) is seeking the public’s assistance in locating two men who are wanted in connection with failure to comply with the registration requirements for...  
    
    
  09/29/2016 Judge Increases Bail For Man Accused Of Murder  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – V.I. Superior Court Judge Kathleen Mackay granted a motion from Attorney General Claude Earl Walker to increase the bail amount for K’Moi Corraspe. Corraspe, 22, is...  
    
    
  09/28/2016 AG Walker: AG’s Office Tackling Problem Of Crime In Many Ways  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Attorney General Claude Earl Walker said his office is assiduously dealing with the problem of crime and violence that is plaguing our society. AG Walker made these...  
    
    
  09/26/2016 Woman Arrested And Charged With Husband's Murder Granted Bail  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – V.I. Superior Court Judge Michael Dunston granted bail to a 58-year-old woman who is accused of killing her husband a little more than 11 years ago. Vivian Stuart of...  
    
    
  09/23/2016 AG Walker Commends Fathers For Participating In Fatherhood Initiative  
    
  Attorney General Claude Earl Walker publicly commended a group of fathers for completing a 22-week program aimed at helping them to become better parents. AG Walker made those comments during...  
    
    
  09/19/2016 Young Man Sentenced To 20 Years For Murder  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A 24-year-old man who pleaded guilty to a murder in October 2015, was sentenced today to 20 years in prison by V.I. Superior Court Judge Michael Dunston.Jibri K. Roberts of...  
    
    
  09/16/2016 DOJ Victim Services Unit Gearing Up For National Day Of Remembrance For Homicide Victims  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – The Victim Services Unit of the Department of Justice is teaming up with the Family Resource Center to host this year’s National Day of Remembrance for Homicide...  
    
    
  09/14/2016 Second Man Sentenced For Breaking Into “My Brother’s Workshop”  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – The second man who admitted to breaking into “My Brother’s Workshop” and stealing a television monitor and other items has been sentenced for the crime. V.I. Superior...  
    
    
  09/12/2016 AG Walker Urges Honda Owners To Take Advantage Of Honda Repair-A-Thons  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Attorney General Claude Earl Walker is urging owners of Honda and Acura vehicles to take advantage of the Honda Repair-A-Thon, which involves removing Takata airbags from their...  
    
    
  09/12/2016 Child Rapist Sentenced To 13 Years  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A man who raped a 13-year-old child a little more than a year ago received a 13-year jail sentence has been sentenced to 13 years behind bars. In accordance with a plea...  
    
    
  08/30/2016 Man Sentenced For Robbery At Hooter’s Restaurant  
    
  ST. THOMAS – A young man who robbed several patrons at gunpoint at Hooter’s restaurant will be spending the next three years at the Bureau of Corrections. Marc Thomas, 33, who accepted...  
    
    
  08/30/2016 Young Man Receives Probation For Firearm Violation  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Jaheil Francis was on Monday sentenced to a two-year suspended sentence for having pleaded guilty to a gun crime in connection with a shooting death that occurred earlier this...  
    
    
  08/30/2016 Young Man Sentenced To Six Months For Armed Robberies  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A young man was handed a six-month prison sentence Tuesday for his role in an armed robbery at Raad Grocery in Savan three years ago.Tyrone Halliday, 20, who faced nine...  
    
    
  08/25/2016 Judge Denies Terminix Motion To Quash Attorney General’s Subpoena  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – V.I. Superior Court Judge Harold Willocks has denied a request by Terminix to quash a subpoena from Attorney General Claude Earl Walker ordering the pest control company to...  
    
    
  08/25/2016 St. Thomas Man Sentenced For Killing Another Man With A Rock  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A 52-year-old father of four learned of his fate today for fatally wounding another man with a rock, over a cigarette lighter.  Having pleading guilty to smashing in...  
    
    
  08/25/2016 St. Thomas Woman Pleads Guilty To Lesser Charge In Wounding Young Girl  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A 27-year-old woman accused of beating and severely injuring a young girl has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.  Latoya Nicole Smith pleaded guilty Thursday morning...  
    
    
  08/25/2016 Woman Sentenced For Box Cutter Attack  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – V.I. Superior Court Judge Michael Dunston handed Nicaise Steele a one-year suspended sentence for wounding Wendell Nibbs, Jr., with a box cutter.  Steele, 47, was charged...  
    
    
  08/25/2016 Man Pleads Not Guilty To Murder Charges  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Tahira Charles has pleaded not guilty to murder and related charges. The 32-year-old Bovoni man appeared before V.I. Superior Court Judge Michael Dunston on Thursday...  
    
    
  08/22/2016 Two Men Plead Guilty To Breaking Into “My Brother’s Workshop”  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Two men who were accused of breaking and entering into My Brother’s Workshop have both admitted to the...  
    
    
  08/22/2016 Attorney General Asks For $1 Million Bail For Man Accused Of Murder  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A man accused of murder remains behind bars unable to post a $750,000 bail while a judge considers a defense motion for bail reduction and a prosecution motion for his...  
    
    
  08/22/2016 St. Thomas Man Sentenced For Firearm Possession  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – V.I. Superior Court Judge James Carroll III on Friday sentenced Desi Henry to one year in prison for possession of a firearm. Henry, 22, of Anna’s Retreat who accepted...  
    
    
  08/12/2016 Judge Denies Bail To Man Accused Of Murder  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Tahira Charles will remain behind bars pending trial, V.I. Superior Court Judge James Carroll III ruled Wednesday.Charles, 32, of Bovoni, is charged with one count each of...  
    
    
  08/12/2016 Jury Deadlocked In Arson Trial  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Prosecutors will be refiling charges against James E. Nibbs, Jr after his trial ended in a hung jury late Friday morning. After hearing two days of testimony and after...  
    
    
  08/11/2016 St. Thomas Man Faces Arson Trial  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – The trial of James Nibbs, Jr. got underway Wednesday morning before V.I. Superior Court Judge Denise Francois. Nibbs, 40, is facing one count of second-degree arson,...  
    
    
  08/11/2016 Jury Selected To Hear Case Of Young Man Who Allegedly Pointed Gun At Police Officer  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A jury has been seated to hear the trial of a St. Thomas man who is accused of pointing a gun at a police officer during a foot chase.  During jury selection on...  
    
    
  08/10/2016 St. Thomas Man Pleads Guilty To Murder  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – A 24-year-old St. Thomas man has pleaded guilty to fatally shooting an innocent bystander outside a nightclub in October 2015.  Jibri K. Roberts, 24, of...  
    
    
  08/04/2016 Rouse's Sentencing Delayed  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Sentencing has been delayed for Cecil Rouse who was convicted of attempting to murder his wife. The incident occurred a little more than four years ago. At Rouse’s sentencing...  
    
    
  08/03/2016 Murder Suspect Advised Of His Rights; Bail Hearing Set  
    
  Murder suspect advised of his rights; bail hearing set for Friday  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – V.I. Superior Court Judge James Carroll III found probable cause to move forward on murder and related...  
    
    
  08/02/2016 Justice Staff Say Their Goodbyes To Former Deputy Attorney General  
    
  Justice staff say their goodbyes to former deputy attorney general  ST. THOMAS, V.I. – Staff at the Department of Justice on Monday bade farewell to former Deputy Attorney General Renee...  
    
    
  08/01/2016 St. Thomas Man Sentenced to Life for Raping and Impregnating a Minor  
    
  ST. THOMAS, VI – V.I. Superior Court Judge James Carroll III today sentenced Alan Archibald to a term of life imprisonment for raping and impregnating a minor. On April 7, Allen, 44, was...  
    
    
  07/05/2016 Takata Airbag Recall - Replacing Takata Airbags in the U.S. Virgin Islands  
    
   
    
    
  05/26/2016 Takata Airbag Recall - Frequently Asked Questions  
    
  Vehicles made by 14 different automakers have been recalled to replace frontal airbags on the driver’s side or passenger’s side, or both in what NHTSA has called "the largest and most complex...  
    
    
  05/26/2016 AG Walker Takes Enforcement Action Against Takata and Honda  
    
  The Government of the U.S. Virgin Islands has filed this complaint against TK Holdings, Inc. ("TKH"), its Japanese parent, the Takata Corporation, collectively "Takata," and the automaker,...  
    
    
  09/30/2015 Attorney General’s Office Conducts Massive Verification Operation of V.I. Sexual Offenders  
    
  ST. THOMAS, V.I. - A team of at least six Special Agents with the Department of Justice Bureau of Investigation conducted an operation last week in the St. Thomas/St. John district to verify...  
    
    
  09/13/2015 COMPLAINT : GVI vs. HESS CORPORATION  
    
  The Government of the Virgin Islands files this complaint alleging a pattern of misconduct by Hess Corporation ("Hess Corp"), approved and undertaken at the highest levels of the company and carried...  
    
    
  09/09/2015 Civil Rights Commission Questionnaire for Employment Complaints  
    
  Technical Assistance Questionnaire for Employment Complaints  
    
    
  09/09/2015 Civil Rights Commission Questionnaire for Public Accomodation Complaints  
    
  Technical Assistance Questionnaire for Public Accomodation Complaints  
    
    
  09/09/2015 Civil Rights Commission Questionnaire for Housing Complaints  
    
  Technical Assistance Questionnaire for Housing Complaints  
    
    
  03/03/2015 About the Civil Rights Commission  
    
  About the Civil Rights Commission.  
    
    
  03/03/2015 Civil Rights Commission Questionnaire for Whistleblower Retaliation Complaints  
    
  Technical Assistance Questionnaire for Whistleblower Retaliation Complaints.