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Police Respond To Incident In St David’s

Police Respond To Incident In St David’s

[Updated] Police are currently on scene responding to an incident at St David’s Cricket Club this evening [April 14] and an ambulance was also seen in the area, however it did not appear to leave with a patient. Unofficial reports indicate it was some form of an altercation, and further details are limited at this time, however we will update... Read more of this article

BPS Appeal For Info: Death Of Jevon Daniels

BPS Appeal For Info: Death Of Jevon Daniels

The police are renewing their appeal to the public to help their investigation into the death of Jevon Daniels, asking anyone with information to contact them at 717-0864 or the independent and anonymous Crime Stoppers hotline on 800-8477. Mr Daniels, 35, went missing in May 2016, and his body was found in June 2016. To date three males have been arrested... Read more of this article

Court: Four More People Deny Dec 2nd Charges

Court: Four More People Deny Dec 2nd Charges

[Updated] Police can be seen outside the Court building again this morning [April 12], and additional people are expected to be charged with alleged offences at the December 2nd protest. There have already been eleven people charged including BIU President Chris Furbert, BPSU President Jason Hayward, Reverend Nicholas Tweed, BIU 1st Vice President Glen... Read more of this article

Court: Man Denies Electricity, Cannabis Charges

Court: Man Denies Electricity, Cannabis Charges

Appearing in Magistrates Court, a 61-year-old man did not enter pleas to the charges he faced, so not guilty pleas entered on his behalf. Stuart Bean did not reply to any of the charges that he faced, with Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo interpreting his silence by recording not guilty pleas. The charges were that he had allegedly cultivated cannabis plants,... Read more of this article

Court: 33-Year-Old Admits Stealing Money

Court: 33-Year-Old Admits Stealing Money

Appearing in Magistrates Court, a 33-year-old man pleaded guilty to stealing cash from a staff member’s handbag at school. Hamilton Parish resident Andre Castle  pleaded guilty, with the Court hearing that the teacher had the money in her handbag which was in a desk drawer in her primary school classroom. After school ended, she collected her... Read more of this article

Money Stolen From Ten Buses In St George’s

Money Stolen From Ten Buses In St George’s

[Updated] Police are investigating  theft from buses at the St. George’s bus terminal, with cash having been stolen from ten public buses at that location overnight. A police spokesperson said, “Around 6:30am Monday, April 10th police officers attended a reported theft from buses at the St. George’s bus terminal on Old Military Road... Read more of this article

Taxi Drivers Robbed By Suspect With Firearm

Taxi Drivers Robbed By Suspect With Firearm

Over the weekend, there were two robberies and an attempted robbery involving taxi drivers in St. George’s, with two of the incidents involving the suspect “brandishing a firearm,” while two of the incidents resulting in the taxi drivers sustaining lacerations. Armed Robbery In Mid Ocean Drive, St. George’s Area, Driver Injured A... Read more of this article

Court: Hayward, Furbert, Tweed, Bulford Charged

Court: Hayward, Furbert, Tweed, Bulford Charged

Six people — including BIU President Chris Furbert, BPSU President Jason Hayward and Reverend Nicholas Tweed — appeared in Magistrates Court this morning [April 7], where they were charged in connection with alleged offences at the December 2nd protest. BIU 1st Vice President Glen Simmons, Lilymay Bulford and Neville Goddard were also charged,... Read more of this article

Court: Man Charged With Threatening Woman

Court: Man Charged With Threatening Woman

Appearing in Magistrates Court today [April 5], a 29-year-old man was charged with sending a threatening message to a woman. Chae Foggo was not required to enter a plea, as the matter will be heard in the Supreme Court. He was charged with threatening to kill a woman and with using telecommunications to send a message that was threatening or offensive. Foggo... Read more of this article

Court: Men Deny Preventing Entry To Parliament

Court: Men Deny Preventing Entry To Parliament

Appearing in Magistrates Court this morning, three people denied charges involving preventing entry to the House of Assembly on December 2, 2016, with all three granted bail. Arnold Smith, Alafia Henry, and David Saltus all pleaded not guilty to charges alleging they prevented a Minister’s entry at the House of Assembly on December 2, 2016. David... Read more of this article

Police Officers Outside Magistrates Court

Police Officers Outside Magistrates Court

[Updating] A few police officers can be seen outside the Magistrates Court building this morning [April 5], as the first defendants charged with alleged offences in relation to the protests on December 2, 2016 are expected to appear in Court. Yesterday the police said, “Summonses have been issued in relation to the protests at the House of Assembly... Read more of this article

BPS: Policing Plans for Court Appearances

BPS: Policing Plans for Court Appearances

People who have been charged with alleged offences in relation to the protests on December 2, 2016 are expected to appear in Magistrates’ Court on April 5th, 7th, 10th and 12th, and the police said they “are putting plans in place in the event that large numbers of people attend on the days mentioned.” A police spokesperson said, “The... Read more of this article

Court: Foreign National Facing Deportation

Court: Foreign National Facing Deportation

Appearing in Magistrates Court today [March 31], a 54-year-old Filipino national who was found working without a work permit was remanded into custody, with the Magistrate recommending that he be deported. The Court heard that Ernesto Vandong remained in Bermuda after his permissions had expired, and engaged in gainful employment during that time. As... Read more of this article