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Tractor Trailer With Tank Carrying Thousands Of Gallons of Liquified Gas Flips Near Cool Out Bar; Driver Injured But Alive

Credit and Debit Card Hack Through WAPA Appears to be Widespread in Virgin Islands; WAPA Says Support Services Will be Made Available to Affected Customers

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Boy Assaults Mother For Blocking Him From Using Internet

Crime / News / Virgin Islands / February 25, 2016

ST. THOMAS — A minor assaulted his mother after she blocked his use of the Internet, V.I.P.D. Media Specialist Sakeeda Freeman recently announced.

According to Ms. Freeman, on Monday, February 22 at 10:47 a.m., a minor was arrested at Princesse Gade and charged with simple assault after he repeatedly pulled his mother off of her bed because she refused to give him access to the internet.

The minor was later released to the custody of his parents.

Elsewhere in St. Thomas, on Monday, February 22, Leonaldo Greene, 20 of Vester Gade, was arrested at roughly 12:25 p.m. and charged with violation of a restraining order after he went into his sister’s room and violated a restraining order that prohibits him from making contact with his sister.

Mr. Green was remanded to the Bureau of Corrections pending his advise-of-rights hearing.

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