Halloween: About 20 Reports Of Object Throwing

November 1, 2012

The police said they proactively patrolled the island over Halloween and there were no significant occurrences of anti-social behavior, however they responded to approximately 20 reports of objects being thrown – with eggs being thrown the majority of the time.

A police statement said: “During Wednesday, October 31st police officers including Bermuda Reserve Police personnel proactively patrolled the island, particularly throughout the afternoon and into the night, responding to approximately 20 reports of objects being thrown – with eggs apparently being thrown in the majority of reported incidents.

“However, there were no significant occurrences of anti-social behavior reported during the day or overnight. As a result, the Bermuda Police Service would like to thank the public for their cooperation during Halloween.”

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  1. Y-Gurl says:

    Given the ” high profile” and zero tolerance the Police had on that night, how many of the 20 incidents did the cops the perp? I’ll guess…NONE, time to change the management we thinks

  2. Formidable Deviant says:

    Makes a change to be talking about kids throwing eggs and not firing guns. I think this is how the news used to read.

  3. cool... says:

    there were only TWENTY tricks..WOW thats great!!!!!happy halloween!!!all the little ones got treated, thanks forcoming by the house this year kids!!!remember lights on outside means you are welcome!

  4. Know it all says:

    Y-Gurl….who cares, they all little kids…doesn’t make sense to drag them through court. They dragged three kids away in police cars after they threw eggs at the bus terminal, so how’s that for your stats.