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Investigation Regarding the Murder of 30 Year Old Morlan Steede

Mon, 2017-11-06

Detective Sergeant Jason Smith - Approximately 9:40 p.m. on Friday the 3rd day of November, 2017, police officers responded to several 911 calls reporting that gun shots were heard in the area of Two Way Deepdale and Parsons Road junction, Pembroke.

Upon the arrival of police officers they were directed to the Parsons Road area at the junction of Parsons Road and Two Way Deepdale and discovered that a man had been shot several times and was unresponsive. The officers administered C.P.R. to the victim on the scene.

Thirteenth Road Fatality for 2017: Ionel Bejan

Sun, 2017-11-05

The Bermuda Police Service can now confirm the death of 39 year old Ionel Bejan and extends sincere condolences to his family and friends.

Mr. Bejan, said to be a Romanian guest worker, was seriously injured around 3:45am Sunday‎, November 5th when the motorcycle he was riding struck a shipping container on Church Street in the City of Hamilton.

He was rushed to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ‎ambulance but sadly, later pronounced dead.

Reported Serious Collision Outside of MarketPlace [Updated]

Sun, 2017-11-05

Police and first responders attended a report of a single vehicle road traffic collision that took place at 3:45am on Church Street.

Details are still developing but it appears that a 39 year old man was traveling east on Church Street on a motorcycle when he lost control and collided with a shipping container parked on the right hand side of the road just past MarketPlace.

The man was taken to the hospital via ambulance and his condition appears to be serious.

Murder of 30 Year Old Morlan Steede

Sat, 2017-11-04

The Bermuda Police Service can now confirm the death of 30 year old Morlan Steede, who died as a result of a firearms incident that took place at One-Way Deepdale, at 9:40pm on Friday evening.

Details are still emerging but it appears that the deceased was on One-Way Deepdale when a male on a motorcycle discharged his firearm resulting in the Mr. Steede being shot. He was taken via ambulance to the hospital where he was pronounced dead at 10:32pm.

Murder at One Way Deep Dale [Updated]

Fri, 2017-11-03

Police and other first responders attended a report of a firearms incident that took place at approximately 9:40pm tonight (Friday) in the area of One Way Deep Dale. It appears that a male traveling on a motorcycle discharged his firearm resulting in a 30 year old male being taken to the hospital with gunshot wounds. 

The 30 year old man was later pronounced dead by a doctor at the hospital.

Residents Advised to be Vigilant Regarding Burglary Suspects

Fri, 2017-11-03

Over the last two weeks there have been 23 reports of burglaries around the island. Two in the City of Hamilton, two in Devonshire, one in Hamilton parish, four in Paget, four in Pembroke, three in Sandys parish, one in Smith’s parish, four in Southampton and two in St. George’s.

This represents roughly two burglaries per day, with most taking place during working hours (8am to 5pm).

In a number of these incidents suspects have been identified and police are actively pursuing leads.

29 Year Old Woman Hurt in Fatal Car Crash Stable on General Ward

Thu, 2017-11-02

At last check earlier this morning (November 2nd) the injured 29 year old woman said to be from Warwick and believed to be the driver in the fatal car crash that claimed the life of 30 year old Rakai Augustus had been transferred from the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit to a general ward in stable condition.

The investigation continues and any witnesses that have not yet come forward regarding the fatal crash around 11:40pm Saturday‎, October 28th in the Wellington Street, York Street St. George's area between Rose Hill Street and Fort George Hill are urged to contact the Roads Policing Unit on 247-1788.

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