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 Crime Stoppers Needs Your Help

Crime Stoppers V.I. offers cash rewards for information leading to the arrest of individuals responsible for past homicides on St. Thomas, St. Croix, or St. John, involvement in government corruption, manufacturing and/or distributing drugs and trafficking guns.

Aug. 17, 2020

The V.I. Police Department reported that on the night of Aug. 17, 2020, 16-year-old Tintawee Christian and an unidentified friend were walking in the Estate Sion Farm near the Mill, when they were approached by an unfamiliar vehicle and were shot at. At around 10 p.m. the 911 Emergency Call Center received several calls reporting a barrage of gunfire in the Estate Sion Farm area and upon police arrival, Tintawee Tammir Issat Christian, also known as “Tawee,” was found dead and his friend was seriously injured.

Nov. 18, 2020

The V.I. Police Department reported that on Nov.18, 2020, at approximately 12:05 a.m., the 911 Call Center received a call of shots fired in the area of Contant Enighed, St. John. Units from the Leander Jurgen Command traveled to the scene and made contact with a male who appeared to have sustained multiple gunshot wounds to his body. Emergency Medical Technicians who were on scene concluded that the male did not have any vital signs. Next of kin identified the male as 20-year-old A’Jahnie Bramble.

Anyone having information regarding either incident can contact Crime Stoppers V.I.  at (800) 222-8477, or submit an anonymous tip online at www.p3tips.com or www.crimestoppersvi.org.

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