Say Aripo or Heights of Aripo and, immediately, frightening images of murder and bodies dumped in the bushes come to mind, especially the horrendous murder of young Andrea Bharatt.
However, newly-elected president of the Aripo Village Council Harold Diaz says Aripo is not going to sit idly by and wait on the State to fix things. “Aripo is fed up of getting a bad name. Things are about to change. Somebody will be prosecuted for the murders,” he said in an interview with the Sunday Express last week.
He said Aripo will be employing technology to ensure the perpetrators are caught and prosecuted for their heinous acts. He said they are awaiting a main camera at Aripo’s entrance, but another camera, which was placed alongside the street, is being tested.
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