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Crime

Passport theft frightens woman

Monday February 23, 2015

Police are still looking for leads in a burglary which has left a local woman scared as well as drastically changing her overseas travel plans.

Cook Islands Police will not re-investigate the actions of a New Zealand sex offender who was allowed to live in the Cook Islands more than a decade ago, and was finally jailed in New Zealand in December. 

Burglary cases adjourned

Friday February 20, 2015

Two men facing charges of burglary and theft appeared before Justice of the Peace Bernice Manarangi in the High Court last week. 

Calls to speed up law changes as they apply to marital rape have intensified following a story in CI News last week.

Police attend two accidents

Tuesday February 07, 2017

It WAS a positive weekend for the police on Rarotonga as no serious crimes was reported. Senior Sergeant Tuaine Charlie said police attended two motor vehicle crashes,

There are fears of date rape drugs being used to spike the drinks of female patrons at local bars.

A man described as a recidivist offender was given the benefit of the doubt and released on bail by Justice of Peace Georgina Williams at the Cook Islands High Court on February 9.

A man who broke in and entered the sealed container of the escaped prisoner and killer Chris Rimamotu of Titikaveka will be sentenced on April 19.

Thieves target night market vendor

Tuesday February 14, 2017

A Muri night market vendor has been left disappointed after thieves broke into his stall and stole some of his vital cooking utensils.

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