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Team APS at 31st Annual St. Maarten’s Day Around the Island Relay Race.

apsrelayrace14112018PHILIPSBURG:--- The Algemeen Pensioenfonds Sint Maarten (APS) was represented at the 31st Annual St. Maarten’s Day Around the Island Relay Race. Team APS has participated for 3 consecutive years. APS encourages persons of all ages (young and old) to part-take in this exciting and fun event. It isn’t about winning a medal for Team APS, however, it is accomplishing a goal together as a team, fostering teamwork and supporting one another with every stride. Team APS looks forward to participating in the 32nd Annual St. Maarten’s Day Around the Island Relay Race.


BREAKING NEWS: Second Lifeless Body found at Lucas Bay in Oyster Pond.

MARIGOT:--- Gendarmes are busy pulling out another dead body at Lucas Bay Oyster Pond.
Colonel Sebastien Monzoni confirmed that a second body has been found and law enforcement officers are busy retrieving the corps. He said the body is that of a male probably of Caribbean decent. On Tuesday during the morning hours, Gendarmes fished out the lifeless body of an unknown male from Lucas Bay Oyster Pond. An investigation is currently underway.

SMN News will bring you more information when it becomes available.

The Rotary Club of Sint Maarten adds to its Ranks.

pantophletinduction14112018RBC’s Cheryl Pantophlet is the Newest Rotarian.

PHILIPSBURG, SINT MAARTEN – November 13, 2018 – The Rotary Club of St. Maarten inducted RBC’s Country Manager, Cheryl Pantophlet, on November 7, 2018, at its regular meeting. Mrs. Pantophlet has resided on Sint Maarten since 1987.

President of the Rotary Club of Sint Maarten, John Caputo, went on to say, “It’s always a great pleasure to welcome new members to the family of Rotary. Cheryl joins our family for all the right reasons, simply because she believes in the values of making our community a better place”.

When asked why she wanted to join Rotary, Mrs. Pantophlet added, "It has always been my wish to be able to serve my community on a large scale. Rotary is the platform will help me to accomplish this achievement".

For more information about the Rotary Club of St. Maarten, please contact the Rotary Club of St. Maarten Press Officer at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit the website www.rotarysxm.org.

Teen arrested for fighting in public.

arrestedfillin26092014PHILIPSBURG:--- On Wednesday, November 14th a youngster with initials D.A.H. (17) was arrested by Detectives from the Youth and Morals Department in connection with a fight which took place on Saturday, November 9th at approximately 08.15 p.m. on Back Street. According to reports D.A.H. and three other youngsters fought with the victim causing him to suffer injuries. The victim was later treated by a doctor and did not have to be admitted to the hospital. D.A.H. was released after being questioned. The other suspects, in this case, have not yet been arrested. The investigation continues.

KPSM Press Release

Six men arrested for human trafficking/smuggling.

PHILIPSBURG:--- Five men, all nationals from India and one man from the French side were arrested by police in Philipsburg in the vicinity of former Suki Supermarket on Tuesday, November 13th at approximately 6.45 p.m.
An off-duty police officer, while driving in his private vehicle, noticed four unknown men walking on Kerkhof Straat towards former Suki Supermarket carrying backpacks. The clothing these men were wearing were soaking wet as if they have been swimming. The officer did not trust the situation and suspected that something was not right. The officer also noticed that a Hyundai Tucson with license plate 6074 AAB, in which two other unknown men were sitting, was parked in front of the supermarket. The four unknown men walked towards the SUV and stepped into the vehicle.
The officer approached the vehicle, identified himself to the driver who is resident from the French Side and asked him what was going on. The driver could not give acceptable answers to the questions he was asked and became very nervous. The officer immediately contacted the Central Dispatch, who immediately sent other officers to the scene to assist in this situation.
All six persons were arrested on the spot suspected of human trafficking/ human smuggling. They were all taken to the Philipsburg Head Quarters where they are being held for questioning and further investigation by Detectives.

KPSM Press Release.


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