Police: No Significant Incidents Over New Year’s

January 2, 2013

Nine people were arrested for outstanding warrants and suspicion of impaired driving over the New Year period, however there were no significant incidents of anti-social behavior, the police said.

“The Bermuda Police Service would like to thank the public for their co-operation over the New Year’s holiday period as there were no significant incidents of anti-social behavior reported,” a police spokesperson said.

“From 7am Monday, December 31st 2012 – 7am Wednesday, January 2nd 2013, police officers arrested 4 people for outstanding warrants. Officers also arrested five people on suspicion of impaired driving and conducted liquor license checks at various liquor licensed premises throughout the island.”

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  1. Grubster says:

    Only 5 arrested for impaired driving? The other several hundreds of other drunk drivers war clearly not pulled over for a breath test, as usual in Bermuda. Never understood why there isn’t a crackdown on drinking and driving/