Police Execute A Firearms Warrant In Pembroke

January 17, 2020 | 1 Comment

The police executed a firearms warrant this afternoon [Jan 17] at a residence in Pembroke, with the police confirming that the warrant was in relation to the firearms incident at the Ambiance Night Club earlier this month.

Acting Detective Inspector Jason Smith said, “The Bermuda Police Service executed a firearms warrant this afternoon at the residence off of Factory Lane in Pembroke.

“Our inquiries into this matter are still ongoing, and the warrant is in relation to the firearms incident that occurred at the Ambiance Night Club on the 4th of January 2020.”

In a previous statement, the police said, “One of the firearms incidents occurred about 3:45 a.m. on Saturday 4th January, 2020.

“This firearms incident occurred on Angle Street, Pembroke, near to the Ambiance Night Club where a man is seen pointing what appears to be a firearm in the direction of a group of men that were talking in a parking lot adjacent to the Ambiance Night Club. Fortunately, the firearm did not discharge.”

“The B.P.S. has video footage of the firearms incident that occurred near to the Ambiance Night Club on Angle Street that we are showing to the public and ask that if you can recognise the firearms suspect to make contact with investigating officers.”

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  1. Kathy says:

    The BPS need to, in conjunction with a motion in Parliament, implement a firearms collection. No questions asked…turn in your guns. After a certain period of time, anyone caught with a firearm gets an automatic 10 years in jail. We need to take the guns off our streets. It is becoming the norm and this is not America. There should be NO guns on our streets and if there are, our penalties are not high enough.

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