PHILIPSBURG:— On Saturday, December 30th, 2017 the Sint Maarten Police Force received a donation from the Art Café Gallery and art school in the form of two paintings that were created by art students of various ages attending the school. Gallery manager and instructor Tess Verheij said the kids wanted to show their appreciation to the police force by creating these eye-catching works of art. Accepting the artwork on behalf of KPSM was acting police spokesman Inspector Rensley Henson.
Suspect wanted by Anguilla Police arrested in Sint Maarten.
PHILIPSBURG:— The Sint Maarten police force started 2018 on a very high note after a suspect wanted by the Anguilla Police was arrested here on the island. During a routine check at a local adult entertainment establishment, police noticed a gentleman fitting the description of a wanted suspect. Upon attempting to establish his identity, the suspect gave the officers a false name. When asked for his identification the suspect then admitted to officers as being sought by Anguilla Police and even went as far as to compliment the officers for being able to recognize him in a crowded place. The suspect was arrested and taken to police headquarters where he will be handed over to immigration for deportation. The Sint Maarten Police Force praises its officers for a tremendous job done in this case.
KPSM Police Report
Source: St. Martin News Network http://www.smn-news.com/st-maarten-st-martin-news/28031-art-school-donates-to-sint-maarten-police-force.html