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Haiti - News : Zapping...
Due to the multiple cases of kidnapping recorded in recent days, the Haitian National Police are crisscrossing the metropolitan area. Checks are carried out on vehicles at frequent checkpoints and patrols are increased in the most sensitive areas. For all information concerning the reporting of an act of kidnapping, the PNH asks citizens to call the number 122 in order to allow the police authorities to better articulate this grid plan aimed at fighting against kidnappings.
260 Haitians intercepted at sea
Friday, September 24, the American coast guard announced the repatriation of 260 Haitians intercepted during two separate operations at sea concerning a 35-foot sailing boat with 77 Haitians on board about 20 miles south of Cuba and a second boat from 55 feet with 183 Haitians on board approximately 36 miles off Cap du Môle, Haiti.
Mackenley Mogene, an employee of the Directorate General of the Budget and his brother, were kidnapped on the evening of Thursday, September 23, at the Turgeau gas station by unidentified individuals. In the same evening, heavily armed individuals kidnapped at Avenue Christophe, Rue 3 near Pacot, journalist Frantzie Siméon from the National Television of Haiti.
3 alleged kindnappers arrested
Friday, September 24, following cases of kidnapping recorded in Gros-Morne, police operations were carried out in this region in concert with the Departmental Service of Judicial Police (SDPJ) Jovens Etienne (32), Julner Elisée (36), Jean Papy (19) and Etienne Wilfrid (26), all active members of the Hangman gang, were arrested.
Arrival of 245,000 barrels of fuel
Fils-Aimé Ignace Saint Fleur, Director General of the Office for the Monetization of Development Assistance Programs (BMPAD) confirmed that the oil tanker "M/T ALPINE MISTERY" docked Thursday, September 23 at the Thor oil terminal with a cargo of 200,000 barrels of gasoline and 45,000 barrels of kerosene.
New President at CSC/CA
Fritz Robert Saint Paul was elected this week as the new President of the Superior Court of Accounts and Administrative Litigation (CSC/CA). He replaces Rogavil Boisguéné, who has become the vice-chairman of the board.