Kevino Smith missing person case stretches to 10 weeks

first_img TCI Police Commissioner says absolute focus is reducing crime, gives some insight into the decreases recorded Related Items:breezy brea, crimestoppers, grand turk, kevino smith Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 13 May 2015 – Ten weeks now since Kevino Smith of Grand Turk went missing; and a report to Magnetic Media yesterday revealed that Police have still not given the family any update on the remains found in an area of Breezy Brae on April 16. Police told media a day after the find, they would not be rushed, that the forensics might be sourced outside of the TCI, that they would not divulge the condition of the body discovered and that potential suspects would be kept under surveillance. The Crime Stoppers reward is still being offered for information in this case; it was last announced at $2,000… again it has been ten weeks since Kevino Smith went missing after an armed confrontation at a home in Breezy Brae, Grand Turk. Recommended for you Minister of Works puts government buildings reconstruction post hurricanes at $8.6m Woman helps beat up Grand Turk senior citizen, police hunting suspectslast_img read more


Navy Utility Reach Deal to Build Solar Array at Georgia Marine Corps

first_img Dan Cohen AUTHOR The Navy signed a real estate outgrant with Georgia Power to develop a 31-megawatt (alternating current) solar generation facility on 150 acres at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, officials announced this week.The $75 million project, which will consist of ground-mounted solar photovoltaic panels, will deliver energy to the utility’s grid. Groundbreaking is expected this spring; the company plans to bring the facility online in less than a year, according to a news release.The array underscores the southwestern Georgia installation’s commitment to energy security, said Marine Corps Col. James Carroll III, commanding officer of MCLB Albany. The installation currently is slated to become a net zero energy installation with the construction of a biomass plant expected to start this summer.“Through our recent adoption of cutting-edge technologies, to include landfill gas-to-electric generators and ground source heat pumps, and our current effort to construct a biomass steam-fed electric generator, we are on track to achieve ‘net zero’ status well ahead of the secretary of the Navy mandate,” Carroll said. “This project with Georgia Power will add to the base’s energy security and diversify the area’s power supply, making the grid and all who rely on it more resilient,” he said.The project represents Georgia Power’s second at a Navy base; the utility broke ground last year on a 30-megawatt solar plant at Submarine Base Kings Bay.last_img read more