42-Year-Old Arrested After Attempted Break-In

December 19, 2017 | 6 Comments

A 42-year-old man was arrested after an attempted break-in at a dwelling in Paget yesterday.

A police spokesperson said, “Police responded to a report of an attempted burglary that took place on Steele Lane in Paget yesterday at around 12:50pm.

“The victim stated that she was home when she noticed a male trying to gain entry into her dwelling. She then called out, asking the man to identify himself however the suspect ran off.

“As result, Police began a search in the area, and based on the description given by the victim, they came upon a man in the area who is known to police acting suspiciously. 

“The 42-year-old man was stopped and searched, it was then noticed that he had in his possession house breaking tools. He was promptly arrested and taken to Hamilton Police Station.”

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  1. Toodle-oo says:

    Dear home occupier . Having been there myself I know what a harrowing experience that was for you but thanks to your presence of mind we all should be a bit safer for while . Thank you !
    I wish all of these burglars could be caught and put away once and for all.

  2. wahoo juice says:

    We need to create a prison environment that is less costly and really does serve as a deterrent to repeat offenders. We pay $80,000 per prisoner yearly! That is insane especially when you consider we pay only $30,000 on our students (that is another story). I bet that the Chinese would take them for a fraction of the cost and when they get back they won’t want to get locked up again.

  3. Real Deal says:

    This guy’s picture should be posted all over the news and social media. His name should be publicly shamed, and his family should shame him. He, and other like scum, are a poison to our island. They do not belong here. They destroy homes and families and privacy and safety. This man should be chained up in public for the public to see in full display.

    • PBanks says:

      I tend to agree. Bermuda should have no tolerance for crooks such as these. Once convicted, lock him up and let him be known to the public as a low-down thief.

  4. Oh,I see now says:

    The sad truth Wahoo Juice, the minute you crack down the parents and lawyers of these grown men start screaming human rights.Ask the Ombudsmen how many times she has been to Westgate this year alone.There will be NO GROWTH from these individuals until they begin to claim ownership of their actions and want to change.Some mothers are quite happy keeping them needy mamas boys as they are to play the part.Half of them only want to be men when they are lying next to a woman ,it’s to bad she finds this out after the baby is born.

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