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UK Court Orders Confiscation After Conviction

UK Court Orders Confiscation After Conviction

A court in the U.K. has confiscated thousands of pounds from Marcus Weeks and Dalji Waldron after they were convicted of drug charges. The report from Lincolnshire Live said that two brothers “have had thousands of pounds confiscated after selling drugs to university students in Lincoln by taxi.” Marcus Weeks and Dalji Waldron were jailed... Read more of this article

Court: Men Charged In Connection With Collision

Court: Men Charged In Connection With Collision

Two men were charged in Magistrates Court today [July 2] in connection with the incident at a road checkpoint that resulted in two Royal Bermuda Regiment soldiers being injured. The police said, “Two men, Giovanni Saltus and Makhail Saltus, were this morning charged in Magistrate’s Court, in connection with Monday night’s serious road traffic... Read more of this article

Court: Burgess & Rogers Given Life Sentences

Court: Burgess & Rogers Given Life Sentences

Katrina Burgess and Cleveland Rogers — who were convicted in relation to the 2006 murder of Marcus Gibbings – were sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum of 25 years to be served before being eligible for parole. A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service recognises and welcomes the sentence of the courts in relation... Read more of this article

Court: Man Charged With Fatal Stabbing

Court: Man Charged With Fatal Stabbing

A Pembroke man will be tried in the Supreme Court in connection with the death of Henry Santucci. Appearing in Magistrates Court, David Grant did not have to enter a plea to the charge related to the death of Mr Santucci, who was fatally stabbed last month on Princess Street. Mr Grant was remanded into custody and will next be before the courts in July. Related... Read more of this article

Court: Two Teenagers Charged With Robbery

Court: Two Teenagers Charged With Robbery

[Written by Don Burgess] Two teenagers were charged in Magistrates Court in connection with the armed robbery of the St John’s Road Service Station. Samuel Taylor, 16, and OJ Campbell, 17, both of Pembroke, did not have to answer charges as the matter must be held in Supreme Court. They were both charged with using an imitation firearm and taking... Read more of this article

Court: Man Pleads Guilty To Breaking Curfew

Court: Man Pleads Guilty To Breaking Curfew

[Written by Don Burgess] A man pleaded guilty to breaking curfew just one month after he pleaded guilty to violating shelter-in-place regulations. David Fubler admitted the charge of breaking curfew by being outside at 10:15 pm on May 25 at a Pembroke residence, not his own. He, however, pleaded not guilty to a count of prowling. He previously faced... Read more of this article

Court: Men Charged With Firearm Offences

Court: Men Charged With Firearm Offences

[Written by Don Burgess] Two men appeared in Plea Court, via Zoom, charged in connection with the daylight shooting and robbery in Warwick last Friday, May 8. Jukai Burgess, 20, and Grayson Swan, 19, were charged with robbery and were also charged with the use of a firearm, and the handling of a firearm. Yesterday, Daneko Cann-Hayward was accused of... Read more of this article

Court: Man Charged With Firearm Offences

Court: Man Charged With Firearm Offences

[Written by Don Burgess] A man appeared in Plea Court, via Zoom, charged in connection with the daylight shooting and robbery in Warwick last Friday, May 8. Daneko Cann-Hayward, 22, was charged with robbery, and was also charged with the use of a firearm and the handling of a firearm. Mr Cann-Hayward was not required to enter a plea as the case is scheduled... Read more of this article

Court: Man Denies Breaking Curfew & Theft

Court: Man Denies Breaking Curfew & Theft

A St George’s man denied breaking curfew as well as a burglary charge in plea court on Friday. Jeshon Sullivan, 27, pleaded not guilty to taking a bottle of Chivas from a St George’s property on Thursday, April 15. He also pleaded not guilty to disobeying shelter-in-place regulations on the same date. The Crown counsel said this was the “most... Read more of this article

Court: Man Denies Coughing On Police

Court: Man Denies Coughing On Police

A Pembroke man is out on bail after pleading not guilty to coughing on police officers. Taahir Augustus, 26, was charged with two counts of assault as well as driving while impaired, and failing to give an officer a sample of breath when asked. Mr Augustus was pulled over in Paget for suspicion of being impaired. The crown’s case was he refused the... Read more of this article

Court: Two Charged With Breaching Regulations

Court: Two Charged With Breaching Regulations

Two people were charged in Court today with breaching the Stay in Shelter Curfew Regulations, with both pleading not guilty. A Government spokesperson confirmed that, “two defendants appeared in Plea Court as follows: “The Defendant Raoul Simons was charged with breaching the Stay in Shelter Curfew Regulations as well as the use of offensive... Read more of this article

Man Charged In Connection With Shooting

Man Charged In Connection With Shooting

Following a shooting on Parsons Road in Pembroke , 20-year-old Kyari Flood was arrested and charged. A police spokesperson said, “As you recall, about 11:00 p.m. on Tuesday 24th March police responded to a report of a shooting that occurred on Parsons Road, Pembroke. “Officers found that a man had been shot in his arm and transported via ambulance... Read more of this article

Court: ‘The Order Of Extradition Is Confirmed’

Court: ‘The Order Of Extradition Is Confirmed’

A Bermudian man convicted of vehicular assault following a car crash in 2006 should be extradited to the United States, the Bermuda Supreme Court has ruled, stating: “The appeal is accordingly dismissed on all grounds and the order of extradition is confirmed.” The judgment against Paul Douglas Martin says, “The Appellant is a Bermudian... Read more of this article