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Wanted person - Chancelaire Baptiste
Submitted by RBPF   
Tuesday, 03 July 2012 15:56

Chancelaire Baptiste

Age: 52 Years
Sand Bank, Treasure Cay, Abaco

Description

Height: 5’ 10” Hair: Bald

Build: Medium Complexion: Brown

Is Wanted By The Police Department, Abaco District For Ques- Tioning In Connection With A Boating Incident Which Occurred At North Abaco On Sunday 10th, June 2012. Should You Have Any Information Regarding The

Whereabouts Of This Individual Please Contact:

MARSH HARBOUR POLICE @ 242-367-2560, 242-367-3437 or
Your nearest Police Station

 
Wanted person - William Omar
Submitted by RBPF   
Tuesday, 03 July 2012 14:35

Wanted For Grievous Harm

William Omar Lightfoot
Age: 24 Yrs
Dob: October 9, 1987
#21 Malibu Reef, Freeport, Grand Bahama

Description

Build: Slim Nationality: Bahamian Height: 6’0” Hair Style: Low Hair Cut Weight: 145 Lbs Hair Colour: Black Complexion: Dark Brown

Subject Is Wanted For Questioning By The Grand Bahama Police Department Reference To Causing Grievous Harm.

Anyone With Information On The Whereabouts Of This Individual Please Contact The Nearest Police Station Or Call 911 Or 919.

SUBJECT IS ARMED AND EXTREMELY DANGEROUS. DO NOT APPROACH IF SEEN. CALL 911 OR 919 OR THE NEAREST POLICE STATION!

 
Wanted person - Stanley Marseille
Submitted by BIS   
Tuesday, 03 July 2012 14:24

For Grievous Harm

Stanley Marseille
Age: 20 Yrs
Dob: April 1, 1992
#90 Tamarind Street, Freeport, Grand Bahama

Description

Build: Average
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 160 Lbs
Complexion: Medium Brown

Nationality: Bahamian Hair Style: Low Hair Cut Hair Colour: Black

Subject Is Wanted For Questioning By The Grand Bahama Police Department Reference To Causing Grievous Harm.

Anyone With Information On The Whereabouts Of This Individual Please Contact The Nearest Police Station Or Call 911 Or 919.

SUBJECT IS ARMED AND EXTREMELY DANGEROUS. DO NOT APPROACH IF SEEN. CALL 911 OR 919 OR THE NEAREST POLICE STATION!

 
Wanted person - Garrin Lucken Gibson
Submitted by RBPF   
Tuesday, 03 July 2012 13:44

Wanted for Murder

Garrin Lucken Gibson
A.K.A “Dog”
Age: 33yrs 
Dob: February 28, 1978 Batelco Corner, Jones Town, Emr

Description

Build: Muscular
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 190 Lbs
Complexion: Medium Brown

Nationality: Bahamian Hair Style: Low Hair Cut Hair Colour: Black

Subject Is Wanted For Questioning By The Grand Bahama Police Department Reference To Murder.

Anyone With Information On The Whereabouts Of This Individual Please Contact The Nearest Police Station Or Call 911 Or 919.

SUBJECT IS ARMED AND EXTREMELY DANGEROUS. DO NOT APPROACH IF SEEN. CALL 911 OR 919 OR THE NEAREST POLICE STATION!

 
Wanted person - Jermaine Moss
Submitted by RBPF   
Tuesday, 03 July 2012 13:39

Wanted for armed robbery

Jermaine Moss
A.K.A ‘J.B’ Or ‘Bubbles’
Age: 28yrs
Dob: January 14, 1984
 Jack Smith Corner, Hanna Hill, Emr

Description
Build: Thick Nationality: Bahamian

Height: 5’11” Hair Style: Afro Weight: 200 - 250 Lbs Hair Colour: Black Complexion: Dark Brown

Subject Is Wanted For Questioning By The Grand Bahama Police Department Reference To Armed Robbery.

Subject Is Armed And Extremely Dangerous.

Do Not Approach If Seen!

Anyone With Information On The Whereabouts Of This Individual Please Contact The Nearest Police Station Or Call 911 Or 919.

 
Officers in Grand Bahama and Bimini are being applauded for their effort in the removal of three firearms and a quantity and ammunitions from the streets in the Northern Bahamas.
Submitted by RBPF   
Tuesday, 26 June 2012 09:23

Firstly:

Suspects arrested for possession of unlicensed firearm, ammunitions and dangerous drugs by police in Bimini

At 12:30pm this afternoon, Monday 25th June, 2012, a team of police officers on the island of Bimini were armed with a search warrant which was executed on a residence in North Bimini that resulted in the arrest of four Bahamian males ages: 23, 24, 25 and 34 years; three are residents of Bimini and the fourth is a resident of Freeport, Grand Bahama.

The officers were conducting a search of the residence when they discovered a handgun, a magazine and a quantity of ammunitions along with a small quantity of suspected marijuana. The suspects along with the firearm, ammunitions and drugs were taken into police custody. Investigations are continuing in this matter and relevant

charges are expected to be filed against the accused persons in the Firearm’s Court in New Providence (Magistrate’s Court No.9) by mid- week.

Secondly:

Gb Police Arrested Suspects For Possession Of Firearm & Ammunitions

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Large marijuana cultivation disrupted in east Grand Bahama
Submitted by BIS   
Tuesday, 26 June 2012 08:55

Large marijuana cultivation disrupted in east Grand Bahama

A discovery of approximately thirty plots of marijuana fields averaging in size of 50X50 were made during an early afternoon routine patrol in East Grand Bahama on Friday 22nd June, 2012, in the pine forest on north side of Grand Bahama Highway a few miles east of the High Rock Community.

This morning, Saturday 23rd June, 2012, a team of officers led by Assistant Commissioner of Police, Mr. Emrick Seymour along with our law enforcement counterparts from the DEA, returned to the area where they were engaged in the uprooting of marijuana trees that ranged from 1-11ft in height.

Investigations are continuing by officers from the Drug Enforcement Unit and although no arrest was made at the time of this release, the team is following several leads into this matter.

Grand Bahama & Northern Bahamas engaged in Regional Walkabout

This Friday, 22nd June, 2012 at 5pm officers in Grand Bahama and the Northern Bahamas were led by Assistant Commissioner of Police,

Mr. Emrick Seymour as they engaged in a community walk about in an effort to:

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Eastern divison on late evening operation in Grand Bahama 

Submitted by RBPF   
Tuesday, 26 June 2012 08:39

Despite the rainy weather last evening, Wednesday 20th June, 2012, officers from the Eastern Division led by Superintendent David Deveaux accompanied by colleagues from the Drug Enforcement Unit and the Police Traffic Division were visible in the West Beach Drive area between 9:00pm and 10:30pm.

This operation was in keeping with the Commissioners Policing Plan for 2012 to reduce crime, the fear of crime and to enforce the laws of the Road Traffic Act. The main purpose was to sensitize the residents of Grand Bahama to be more safety conscious when attending the weekly event that take place in the Smith’s Point area, ‘Fish-fry’ where persons seize the opportunity to break into the cars of the patrons to steal personal items, cash, electronic devices, etc.

Members of the community are reminded to:

Secure their property into the trunk of their vehicle before the 
arrival of their destination in the event persons are watching

Park in well-lit areas and

Always travel with two or more persons.

The team also issued thirteen (13) Fixed Penalty Notices to drivers for various traffic offences that included: no head/rear lamp burning, unlicensed vehicle, and failing to wear seat-beat. All drivers are accountable for the condition of the vehicle they are operating on the streets of Grand Bahama, therefore, it is incumbent them to ensure that the condition of the vehicle is in accordance with the Road Traffic Laws. 
It’s the weekend, and again, we (the Police) are encouraging the motoring public to buckle-up, adhere to the rules of the road, and drive within the speed limit.

 

 
GB Police investigating the discovery of a body found in a trailer
Submitted by RBPF   
Tuesday, 19 June 2012 15:26

The Police were called to Adventurers Way opposite Murchinson Drive in Freeport where the badly decomposed body of a male was discovered in a 40ft white trailer at 9:45am this morning, Tuesday 19th June, 2012. Officers at the Central Detective Unit are continuing their investigations into this incident and seeking the assistance of relatives or other members of the Grand Bahama Community regarding the deceased man who appeared to be in his late sixties. Foul play is not suspected in this incident and an autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death.

 

 
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