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Five Persons Arrested For Breaching Regulations

Mon, 2020-04-06

Around 4:18pm on Sunday 5-Apr-2020 police attended Middle Road, near the junction with Overplus Lane, Sandys to a report of a man on a farm stealing produce. Police quickly located and apprehended a 44-yr-old Sandys man, after he was observed placing stolen vegetables into a bag. He was also arrested after being in breach of COVID-19 Shelter in Place regulations.

Meantime, on Sunday 05-Apr-2020, police were dispatched to a Southampton residence to a report of a male stealing boat parts. The suspect was seen riding off on a motorcycle and was eventually apprehended by officers who were patrolling in the area. He was arrested for several offences including being in breach of COVID-19 Shelter in Place regulations.

Enquiries into both incidents are ongoing.

Three other men were also arrested over the weekend for being in breach of COVID-19 Shelter in Place regulations.

Three men have been put before the courts this morning, one man was bailed pending enquires and one was taken to the Berkeley shelter.

 

CURFEW BREACHES

Mon, 2020-04-06

Three individuals were last night stopped by police for being in breach of the current curfew regulations.

One individual, a female, was stopped twice. She was taken into custody and detained at the Hamilton Police Station after being stopped on the second occasion at around 10:15pm in Flatts Village.

At 10:36p.m another individual, a male was seen walking along Front St. He was stopped by police officers who advised them that he will be issued with a summons to appear before the courts.

Then at 3:09am today another male was approached by officer for breach of curfew, after he was found at Fort Scaur inside his car. He too was advised that he will be issued with a summons to appear before the courts. Tucker.

A summons is also to be issued to the individual who stopped for breach of curfew earlier this week.

Missing Person Robert Douglas

Mon, 2020-03-30

The Bermuda Police Service is still seeking the public’s assistance in locating 71 year old Robert Douglas.

The My Lord’s Bay Lane Hamilton Parish resident was last seen at around 4:00 p.m. on, Tuesday 24th March, near his home.

He is described as being between 6’ 2” and 6’ 3” tall, of slim build and dark complexion.

When last seen he was wearing a faded blue hat, blue sweat top with a dark long sleeve shirt underneath, black long sweatpants, long red socks

and black sneakers with a white trim.

Mr. Douglas usually walks between his residence and the Crawl Hill Esso service station and the Shelly Bay Market Place.

There have been several reported sightings of Mr. Douglas by members of the public. Officers have been conducting extensive searches in areas of reported sightings as well in the areas of parks trails and nature reserves near his residence.

The whereabouts of Mr. Douglas is a matter of priority to the BPS and anyone with information on the whereabouts of Robert Douglas, is asked to contact the main police number, 247-1624.

We would also ask, that if you come into contact with Mr. Douglas, please remain with him until the arrival of police.

 

Arrests Made After Burglary At Coconut Rock

Mon, 2020-03-30

Around 5:15 this morning, Monday 30th March, it was discovered that unlawful entry had been gained to Coconut Rock restaurant. 

Enquiries were made and it was discovered that culprits had forced entry in to the premises

It is unknown exactly what had been taken. 

The Investigation led police officers to Queen Elizabeth Park in the City of Hamilton where a number of persons were arrested as well as items relating to the burglary were recovered.

The suspects remain in police custody whilst the enquiries in to this crime continues.


Southside Police Station was not closed due to COVID-19.

Sun, 2020-03-29

The Bermuda Police Service wishes to clarify erroneous information recently published, suggesting the Southside Police Station was closed as a result of a police officer being diagnosed with Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

An officer was diagnosed with COVID-19. However, the officer’s last working day with the BPS was on March 11th.

That officer then proceeded on a period of leave.

The officer did not show symptoms and was not diagnosed with COVID-19, until fifteen days after leaving the service.

Resources were shifted at the Southside Police Station and staff from Central Division were brought in.

The facility is not manned on a twenty four hour basis and was sanitised during regular hours of closure between the hours of 8:00pm and 8:00am.

At no time was the South Side Police Station closed as a result of an officer being diagnosed with COVID-19.

Secret Shopper Scam

Thu, 2020-03-26

It appears the so called “mystery shopper” scam has resurfaced and the Bermuda Police Service would like to remind the public to be on the look-out.

CONFIRMED FIREARMS INCIDENT

Tue, 2020-03-24

 

A thirty-five year old man was taken to hospital with a gunshot wound to his left arm, following a firearms incident in Pembroke Parish.

The incident occurred at around 11:00pm on Tuesday 24th March, at the junction of Two Way Deepdale and Parsons Road.

The victim was conveyed to the King Edward the Seventh Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment to his injuries which are not considered to be life threatening.

Quick action by police officers resulted in a person of interest in connection with this incident being taken into custody. That person is now assisting police with their inquiries.

Anyone with information on this latest firearms incident is asked to contact Detective Chief Inspector Arthur Glasford, or Detective Sergeant Jason Smith, of the Serious Crime Unit, on 247-1174 or 247-1128 respectively.

Alternatively, persons wishing to provide information anonymously, may do so by calling the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers number, 800-8477.

 

 

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