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U-DroneBasseterre, St. Kitts, 5th December, 2017 (MyVueNews.com) - Police said they are investigating a case of invasion of privacy by drone, as reported by the wife of Mark Brantley, the deputy premier in the Nevis Island Administration.

 

According to information released by the Police, Sharon Brantley reported that an unmanned drone was hovering feet away from their family home in Montpelier.

 

Police then began an investigation and held US citizen Matthew MacMillan for questioning. MacMillan was released late Monday.

 

According to the Police, all reports of harassment and threats of harassment made by citizen and residents of Nevis will be taken seriously.

 

Police are warning operators of drones to “act responsibly so that the safety and security of all citizens and residents is maintained”.



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