RAPF issues warnings for Summer Festival behaviour

ANGUILLA–The Royal Anguilla Police Force (RAPF) has informed the public of steps that will be enforced during the Summer Festival.

All persons from a jam or any carnival venue, who engage in fights or who are involved in any altercation or skirmishes, will be removed and dealt with according to the law. Anyone found with weapons of any nature will also be removed.

The release from the RAPF also states that persons arrested or charged with any offence during the Summer Festival will be remanded until after the Festival finishes.

“When attending functions, you are asked to desist from all criminal activities, and do not carry weapons, be it a knife, blade or gun. If you are found with any weapons, you will be dealt with accordingly,” the release stated.

On August Monday, the traffic will flow west to Sandy Ground and exit around the pond at the junction by the Sandy Ground playing field. On August Thursday, the traffic will flow west to Meads Bay and exit at the Long Bay West End Road junction traffic light.

“The Royal Anguilla Police Force wishes everyone a safe and enjoyable Summer Festival 2016, and advises that motorists adhere to all traffic signs and signals.”

Source: Daily Herald
RAPF issues warnings for Summer Festival behaviour