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Mother And Son Convicted In Supreme Court

Mother And Son Convicted In Supreme Court

On Friday, a 55-year-old mother and her 26-year-old son were convicted in the Supreme Court, with the pair set to be sentenced at a later date. “Damon Morris [26 years old] and Denise Morris [55 years old] both of Paget Parish, were put on trial on 21st November 2016, and the trial finished with the verdicts on Friday 13th January 2016 after 7... Read more of this article

Several Bikes Stolen From Motorcycle Dealership

Several Bikes Stolen From Motorcycle Dealership

Police are advising the public “to be wary of anyone attempting to sell a new motorcycle or motorcycle parts quickly” following a burglary at a local motorcycle dealership in which several motorcycles were stolen. A police spokesperson said, “Detectives from the Criminal Investigation Department are currently investigating a reported... Read more of this article

Police Investigating Report Of Gunshots Fired

Police Investigating Report Of Gunshots Fired

The Police have confirmed they responded to a report of gunshots in the Court Street area last night, and that there were no reported injuries. A police spokesperson said, “Around 8:30pm on Sunday, January 15th police received a report of gunshots in the Court Street, Pembroke area. “Officers immediately responded to that location and conducted... Read more of this article

Court: 58-Year-Old Charged With Sexual Assault

Court: 58-Year-Old Charged With Sexual Assault

Appearing in Magistrates Court today [Jan 16], a 58-year-old man was charged with a series of sexual assaults on a young male with the actions alleged to have occurred between 1975 and 1979. The charges alleged four acts of indecent assaults and three of gross indecency. The matter was indictable and will go to the Supreme Court with the man ordered... Read more of this article

Court: 82-Year-Old Fined For Threatening Words

Court: 82-Year-Old Fined For Threatening Words

Appearing in Magistrates Court, an 82-year-old man was fined $300 after admitting that he had uttered threatening words to a Traffic Warden. The Crown’s evidence was that, in St George’s in July 2016, Leon Tacklyn had told the Traffic Warden, “I’ve been watching you. Better watch your back. I’m going to get you. Better watch your back.” Related... Read more of this article

Court: Men Plead Guilty Taking Part In A Fight

Court: Men Plead Guilty Taking Part In A Fight

Appearing in Magistrates Court, 25-year-old Clarke Fox and 25-year-old Alzado Minks-Cole pleaded guilty to taking part in a fight on Parliament Street in Hamilton. The Crown’s evidence was that the two men had been seen fighting on Front Street with their activity moving on to Parliament Street. Police intervened, separated them, and arrested both. Magistrate... Read more of this article

Court: 52-Year-Old Asks For Supreme Court Trial

Court: 52-Year-Old Asks For Supreme Court Trial

52-year-old Edmund Smith appeared in Magistrate’s Court for the third time and asked that the two charges against him be sent for trial in the Supreme Court. Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo acceded to Mr Smith’s request and ordered him to attend the February Arraignments. Smith had originally been charged with assaulting a police officer and... Read more of this article

Police Investigating Firearm Incident In Pembroke

Police Investigating Firearm Incident In Pembroke

Police are investigating a ‘firearms incident’ that took place on Tuesday night in the St. Monica’s Road, Mission Lane Pembroke area, saying that  it was “forensically confirmed that a firearm had been discharged” and “there have been no injuries reported.” A police spokesperson said, “Witnesses are being... Read more of this article

Police Continue Investigation Into Graffiti

Police Continue Investigation Into Graffiti

The Bermuda Police Service said they are “aware of the latest incidents of graffiti and as stated previously, there is every reason to suggest that this is the act of a lone individual.” This follows after graffiti with offensive messages has repeatedly been seen at various locations islandwide over the last few months, with more graffiti... Read more of this article

BPS Arrive In Cayman For Shooting Investigation

BPS Arrive In Cayman For Shooting Investigation

Officers from the Bermuda Police Service have arrived in the Cayman Islands to assist in an investigation following a man being shot and killed by Cayman police on Friday morning. The Cayman News Service said “Two officers from the Bermuda Police Service have arrived on island and assumed control of the investigation into the circumstances of the... Read more of this article

Court: Woman Charged With Wounding A Man

Court: Woman Charged With Wounding A Man

Appearing in Magistrates Court this morning [Jan 10], a 25-year-old woman was charged with wounding a man. Ms Janea Lowe did not have to plead as her case will be dealt with in the Supreme Court. The first charge against her was that in Devonshire, on 9th January 2017, she unlawfully wounded a man. The second was that on Loyal Hill in Devonshire, without... Read more of this article

Bermuda Police To Assist In Cayman Islands

Bermuda Police To Assist In Cayman Islands

The Bermuda Police Service will be assisting an investigation in the Cayman Islands after a man was shot and killed by the police. The Cayman News Service reported, “The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has confirmed that a man was shot and killed by police officers in the Windsor Park area of George Town. “Police said the incident occurred... Read more of this article

Court: Two Charged With Importing Fentanyl

Court: Two Charged With Importing Fentanyl

Appearing in Magistrates Court today [Jan 5], two people from Canada were remanded into custody after facing indictable charges relating to allegedly importing the drug Fentanyl. 25-year-old Ms Jacqueline Robinson and 35-year-old Craig Lawrence, both of Ontario Canada, were not required to plead. They were charged with, between a date unknown and December... Read more of this article