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Suspected marijuana found - Bimini
Submitted by the RBPF   
Monday, 11 February 2013 07:45

DANGEROUS DRUGS FOUND- BIMINI

On Sunday 10th February 2013 around 6:30pm, police in Bimini acting on information received went to an area in Bailey Town, Bimini and discovered a black plastic bag with suspected marijuana.

The suspected marijuana is estimated to weight (3) three pounds and is valued at $3,000.00.

Police are investigating.

 


 
Traffic fatality reported in Abaco
Submitted by the RBPF   
Sunday, 10 February 2013 16:46

TRAFFIC FATALITY - ABACO

On Sunday 10th February 2013, around 3:20am, police received information of a traffic fatality on Forest Drive, Southside Road, Murphy Town, Abaco.

Reports are that upon arrival to the scene, police discovered a gray 1990 Ford Mustang that had collided into a Bahamas Electricity Corporation light pole with a male driver still inside the vehicle who was unresponsive. EMS and the local doctor were called to the scene where the driver was pronounced dead.

This is Abaco's second traffic fatality for the year 2013. Police are actively investigating this matter.

ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS- GRAND BAHAMA

On Saturday 9th February 2013, around 6:00am, police along with U.S counterparts arrested and detained (7) illegal immigrants and (2) two crew members of a 35 ft power cat boat with a Florida register.

All of the arrested persons were handed over to Bahamas Immigration authorities who along with police are continuing investigation into this matter.

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Police report traffic offenses on Abaco and Grand Bahama
Submitted by the RBPF   
Thursday, 07 February 2013 10:23

OPERATION SAFE MODE II - ABACO

In keeping with the Commissioner’ s Policing plan to reducing crime and in enforcing the rules of the road, police in Abaco conducted a number of traffic checks in the area of Bustick Bight, Marsh Harbour, Abaco.

During this check (18) eighteen persons were cited for various traffic offences and (2) two persons were arrested for breach of the Immigration Act.

Motorists were also sensitized on road safety and security measures in Abaco.

TRAFFIC FATALITY – GRAND BAHAMA

On Wednesday 6th February 2013, around 7:40pm, police received a report of a traffic accident that occurred on Grenfell Avenue.

Reports are that officers while conducting a traffic stop, observed a grey 1993 Mercury Tracer which was suspected to be stolen and they attempted to stop this vehicle. The occupant of this vehicle attempted to elude the police and upon doing so collided into a black Nissan Altima which was travelling west on Grenfell Avenue and at the same time struck a male cyclist who was on the southern side of Grenfell Avenue.

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Daylight robberies on Grand Bahama
Submitted by the RBPF   
Wednesday, 06 February 2013 08:29

ROBBERY REPORT- GRAND BAHAMA

On Tuesday 5th February 2013 around 5:30pm, police received a report of a robbery in the East Sunrise Highway area.

Reports are that around 4:45pm, a female while walking in the area of East Sunrise Highway, was robbed by an unknown male. The male had allegedly approached her from behind and repeatedly hit her about the head, while snatching her chain from around her neck which is valued at $1,200.00

STEALING – GRAND BAHAMA

On Tuesday 5th February 2013, around 6:00pm, police received a report of stealing at the Cool 96 radio tower located on Settlers Way.

Reports are that around 3:30pm on Tuesday 5th February 2013, it was discovered that person or persons had entered the Cool 96 radio tower located on Settlers Way and stole an undetermined amount of copper wire, value unknown.

STEALING – GRAND BAHAMA

On Tuesday 5th February 2013, around 5:00pm, police received a report of stealing at the Fortune Cay Opal BTC site located on Fortune Bay Drive.

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Wanted suspect arraigned on numerous counts
Submitted by the RBPF   
Tuesday, 05 February 2013 07:16

WANTED SUSPECT ARRAIGNED – GRAND BAHAMA

On Monday, 4th February 2013, around 11:30am, wanted suspect Larry Dorelus was arraigned before Magistrate Helen Jones in Magistrate Court #3 for (3) three counts of Housebreaking and Stealing,(2) counts of Causing Damage, Escape from lawful custody, (2) two counts of Assault with a deadly weapon and Possession of Dangerous Drugs.

He pleaded guilty to the offences and was sentenced to (7) seven years at Her Majesty’s Prison.

He was also arraigned before Magistrate Debbie Ferguson in Magistrate Court #1for (2) counts of Causing Damage; He pleaded guilty to one count and was fined $40 or six months imprisonment. The other matter was adjourned to the 13th March, 2013 for trial.

He also was arraigned for Causing Harm, he pleaded not guilty and was granted bail in the sum of one thousand dollars with (2) sureties. This matter was also adjourned to the 13th March 2013 for trial.

STEALING REPORTED – GRAND BAHAMA

On Monday, 4th February 2013, around 12:35pm, police received information of a stealing report at the Love 97FM tower site located on Settlers Way, Grand Bahama.

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Police report from Northern Bahamas - More copper wire stolen
Submitted by the RBPF   
Monday, 04 February 2013 07:39

poWANTED SUSPECT CAPTURED IN ABACO

On Thursday 31st January 2013, shortly after 2:00pm, police in Abaco acting on information received went to an area at Southside Road, Abaco where they re-captured wanted suspect Larry Dorelus.

Police also discovered a .40 caliber firearm with (1) live round of ammunition, a bullet proof vest and a number of stolen properties at that location.  He is expected to be charged and arraigned before the Magistrate's Court for numerous offences both in Abaco and Grand Bahama.

TRAFFIC FATALITY – GRAND BAHAMA

On Saturday 2nd February 2013, around 4:30am, police received information of a traffic accident at the intersection of Poinciana Drive and East Atlantic Drive, Grand Bahama.

Reports are that two vehicles a 1999 maroon Buick Century which was driven by a male driver, was heading west along Poinciana Drive and a white 2004 Ford F250 truck driven by a male driver with a male passenger, was heading north along east Atlantic Drive. Both vehicles collided and burst into flames. Police officers inclusive of fire personnel, EMS and the Grand Bahama power company all attended the scene.

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Drug arrests in Bimini
Submitted by the RBPF   
Saturday, 26 January 2013 08:29

POSSESSION OF DANGEROUS DRUG WITH INTENT TO SUPPLY ARREST - BIMINI

On Thursday 24th January 2013, around 9:30am, Officers of the Drug Enforcement Unit and the Bimini Division, acting on information executed a search warrant on a resident in Porgy Bay, Bimini and discovered (2) two clear packages of suspected marijuana.

The suspected marijuana weighed (10) lbs and has an estimated value of ten thousand dollars.

POSSESSION OF DANGEROUS DRUGS WITH INTENT TO SUPPLY ARREST - BIMINI

On Thursday 24th January 2013, around 10:30am, Officers of the Drug Enforcement Unit and the Bimini Division, acting on information executed a search warrant on a second resident in Porgy Bay, Bimini and discovered (2) clear packages of suspected marijuana.

The suspected marijuana weighed 7.0 oz Police are investigating all matters.

 
Grand Bahama homicide victim identified
Submitted by the RBPF   
Thursday, 24 January 2013 13:58

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama -- Police have released the name of the victim who was killed on Saturday, 19th January, 2013, as Christopher Outten, age 51 years, of Deadmans Reef, Grand Bahama.

 
Police involved shooting in the Mudd, Abaco, and armed offences on Grand Bahama
Submitted by the RBPF   
Thursday, 24 January 2013 08:30

ABACO -- On Wednesday 23rd January 2013, around 7:45pm, there was a report of a police shooting incident in the Mudd Community, Abaco.

Reports are that officers while on special police operation were involved in a shooting incident with a 35 year old male resident of Abaco, which resulted in the death of the individual.  The victim was pronounced dead on the scene by the local doctor in Abaco.

This matter is under active police investigation.

ARMED ROBBERY

GRAND BAHAMA -- On Wednesday 23rd January 2013, around 10:00am, police received information of an armed robbery in the Arden Forrest area.

Reports are that around 9:00am, a male reported that while in the Arden Forrest area, he was approached by two males who he described were about 6’1” tall, clad in all black wearing black cloth tied around their faces, who spoke in Bahamian accent, armed with a firearm robbed him of $10,000 (ten thousand dollars). Both males left in a black G6 Pontiac SD.

A male is in police custody assisting with investigation into this matter.

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