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Police continues to arrest curfew violators.

arrestedfillin26092014PHILIPSBURG:--- As the situation begins to normalize on the island of Sint Maarten and curfews issued during the evening hours, persons continue to violate this law and venture out on the streets without a hurricane pass.
Between Wednesday, September 20th, and Thursday, September 21st a total of 10 persons were arrested for the violation of the curfew. Three females in the group are also residing illegally on the island. All persons were taken to the Philipsburg Head Quarters where they will be processed and brought before the Prosecutor who will decide on how to further deal with these cases.
The police department continues to warn the community, not to venture out on the public roads during the curfew. The department has been receiving reports of small snack bars at various locations on the island remaining open for business to the public with their doors closed during the curfew. Any business open to the public during this period is also in violation of the curfew. The owner/manager of this business caught open during this period will be held accountable for his/her actions.
Curfews should be respected and followed at all times.

KPSM Police Report

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