Task Force officers seize Black Glock pistol, ammunition & cocaine; arrests 12

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Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago: The Task Force officers conducted an anti-crime exercise in the Central and North Central Divisions, which led to the arrest and seizure of one Black Glock pistol and ammunition. 

As per reports, the officers of the St Joseph Criminal Investigations Department and Major Crime Unit conducted enquiries in multiple districts of the country on Wednesday. 

While operating in Claxton Bay, the police officers discovered one black Glock firearm loaded with a magazine and contained 17 rounds of ammunition. They arrested one male suspect in connection to the findings. 

In due course of time, the ranks of North Central Division executed their exercises on Tuesday at around 11 pm in the St Joseph district. They were accompanied by the officials of the St Joseph Criminal Investigations Department and Major Crime Unit. 

During the anti-crime activity, the investigating officers responded to several reports of motor vehicle larceny and drug trafficking. The ranks managed to arrest a total of 12 persons aged 15 to 41. They were arrested for the possession of Cocaine for the purpose of trafficking, motor vehicle larceny and robbery with violence. 

The investigations of the matter are ongoing and police urged people with any information to come forward and assist them with their enquiries. 

The people around the nation took to their social media handles (Facebook) and lauded the untiring efforts and dedication of Trinidad and Tobago Police Service for executing such operations to combat the increase of criminal activities. 

“Excellent work, officers! Keep up the great work,” quoted one user. 

“Commendable work continue”, commented another. 

Additionally, the Glock firearm is made with only 34 component parts and chambered in 9mm Luger and manufactured with a Slimline frame with a black slide. It has a capacity of 10-round magazine, which made it ideal for concealed carry. 

Moreover, such stances of criminal activities are not in the country as people are experiencing similar crimes on every alternate day. With rising crimes in the nation, people are now asking authorities to take serious actions and implement strict laws to reduce the flow of criminal activities. 

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