Police Beefs Up Security for Holiday Season --- More lighting needed on Front and Back Street --- Residents Urged to have valid Identification at all times.
December 10, 2010Philipsburg:--- Commissioner of police Carl John and police spokesman Ricardo Henson met with members of the business community and the United Task Force against Crime (UTFAC) and representatives from Chamber of Commerce on Thursday to discuss some of the measures police would be taken this holiday
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