U.S. Virgin Islands- Today V.I. Attorney General, Denise N. George released the official identities, manner and cause of death of 4 crash victims who died in a helicopter crash at the Preserve at Botany Bay on St.Thomas, Monday, February 15, 2021.
Attorney General Denise N. George is pleased to announce an out of court settlement with automaker Honda arising from a 2016 enforcement lawsuit the V.I. Government filed against Honda for engaging in a pattern of unlawful practices in connection with the manufacturing, marketing, and sale of the dangerous Takata airbags installed in vehicles sold to Virgin Islands consumers, in violation of local consumer laws.
U.S. Virgin Islands- The bodies of the 4 people who died in a helicopter crash at the Preserve at Botany Bay on St. Thomas on Monday have been recovered by the Dept. of Justice’s Office of the Medical Examiner and secured in the morgue, V.I. Attorney General, Denise N. George announced.
U.S. Virgin Islands – V.I. Attorney General Denise N. George announced today that 22-year Avondale A. George, Jr. was sentenced to 35 years for his conviction of murder, assault, and robbery charges for the brutal 2015 murder of 73-year-old Augustus Bannis in the vicinity of David Hamilton Jackson Park, St. Croix.
U.S. Virgin Islands – Today, Attorney General for the U.S. Virgin Islands Denise N. George filed an amended complaint in the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands Division of St. Thomas and St. John detailing newly-obtained evidence that reveals facts pertaining to the alleged scope of Jeffrey Epstein and his criminal enterprise in the Virgin Islands.