Court: Curley, Adderley And Clarke Appear

April 1, 2021

[Written by Don Burgess]

A former commander of the Royal Bermuda Regiment did not have to enter a plea in Supreme Court today [April 1].

Lieutenant-Colonel David Curley — who was commander of the RBR between 2016 and 2020 — faces three counts of corruption in connection with allegedly trying to arrange for a nomination for a Queen’s Certificate and Badge of Honour.

Also facing charges are Gareath Adderley, a former commissioner of St John Ambulance, and Christopher Clarke, a former police inspector. Mr Clarke is facing one charge of allegedly compounding a felony and, along with Mr Adderley, is facing a count of allegedly conspiring to pervert the course of justice.

They remain on $5,000 bail and one like surety each. The next court date is May.

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