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BPS Response to Allegations Regarding Former Attorney General

Thu, 2018-03-29

The below is in response to allegations made in the House of Assembly that Trevor Moniz, while in his capacity as Attorney General, committed offences under the Proceeds of Crime Act. The official response from the Bermuda Police Service is as follows:

Assistant Commissioner of Police Antoine Daniels – “The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) is aware of the statements that have been made about this case. We are in the process of recording the full facts and consulting with the Director of Public Prosecutions to determine whether the circumstances may amount to any specific criminal offences.”

Appeal for Photos or Video Footage of Victoria Street Traffic Matter

Tue, 2018-03-27

The Bermuda Police Service is currently looking into a traffic matter involving a male motorcyclist and a Government vehicle, driven by Minister of National Security the Hon. Wayne Caines, which occurred along Victoria Street in the City of Hamilton on Monday, March 26th.

We will look at the evidence, with input from the Department of Public Prosecutions, to determine whether any offences are disclosed.

Any witnesses or persons with photos or video footage regarding this matter are encouraged to contact the main police telephone number 295-0011.

Injured Rider Recovering on a General Ward After Motorcycle Crash

Mon, 2018-03-26

At last check this morning (March 26th) the 23 year old Devonshire man injured in a reported single vehicle motorcycle crash at the junction of North Shore Road and Barkers Hill in Devonshire around 1:45am Sunday, March 25th was recovering in stable condition on a general ward after initially being admitted to the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.

Inquiries continue and any witnesses to this crash are still asked to contact Constable Kyle Outerbridge on the main police telephone number 295-0011.

Rider Injured in Reported Single Vehicle Motorcycle Crash [Updated]

Sun, 2018-03-25

Around 1:45am Sunday, March 25th police and first responders were dispatched to a reported single vehicle motorcycle crash at the junction of North Shore Road and Barkers Hill in Devonshire.

It appears that the motorcyclist involved, believed to be a 23 year old Devonshire man, was traveling in the westbound lane of North Shore Road when he struck the round-a-bout.

Reported Burglaries at Three Primary Schools

Fri, 2018-03-23

Detectives are currently conducting inquiries into reported burglaries at Victor Scott Primary School, Paget Primary School and West Pembroke Primary School.

Initial information suggests that the burglaries occurred sometime between Wednesday night (March 21st) and early Thursday morning (March 22nd).

At this time it is unclear what, if anything was taken from the three schools.

Autopsy Results: Investigation Into the Death of Mark Dombroski

Thu, 2018-03-22

Superintendent Sean Field Lament – Good Afternoon Ladies & Gentlemen,

Thank you for joining us once again for the latest investigative update on the death of 19 year old Mark Dombroski.

Before I begin, I would like to repeat our condolences to the Dombroski family and we empathise with them at this difficult time.

I can report that on Wednesday, March 21st 2018 an independent forensic pathologist Dr. Christopher Milroy of Ottawa, Canada arrived on island and conducted a formal autopsy of the deceased.

Motorcyclist Injured in Devonshire Collision Recovering in Hospital

Thu, 2018-03-22

Around 3:50pm Tuesday, March 20th police and first responders were dispatched to a reported two vehicle collision at the junction of Middle Road and Brighton Hill Road in Devonshire.

It appears that a motorcycle was being ridden along Middle Road in the westbound lane and a car was being driven in the opposite direction when the collision occurred, as the car driver attempted to turn on to Brighton Hill Road.



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