Around 7:30 p.m. on Thursday 17th March 2022, police received reports of gunshots in the Deepdale, Pembroke area. Callers to the 911 emergency number indicated two males on a dark coloured cycle rode in a southerly direction up One Way Deepdale and fired a single shot.  The rider was reportedly wearing a black jacket. The pillion passenger was described as a heavy set male, wearing grey track pants with a black jacket. There were no injuries reported. Investigations into the incident have commenced and anyone with information is

Around 3:00 a.m. on Saturday, 26th February, 2022, police stopped a nineteen-year-old male for traffic related offences. Subsequent inquires revealed the subject had a number of outstanding warrants. When informed, he attempted to run off, but was apprehended after a short chase Officers searched the man and recovered a three-inch bladed knife. He was arrested and conveyed to the Hamilton Police Station. At approximately 3:20 p.m., also on Saturday’s date, police received a report of a disturbance at the National Sports Center. Officers attended and upon arrival, were directed

A twenty-eight-year-old woman is currently warded at King Edward Hospital, recovering from a knife wound sustained during a fracas in the early hours of Sunday 27th February 2022. Police were called out to the incident which occurred at the Legends Bar, Somerset Road, Sandys, shortly after 1:00 a.m. on that date. It is understood the incident followed a verbal altercation which escalated and resulted in the victim having sustained a one-inch stab wound on the left side of her back. Her injuries were described as serious, but

Ammunition, suspected controlled drugs and cash, believed to be proceeds of crime, seized by police at the weekend. Officers from the Eastern Community Policing Division were conducting enquiries in relation to another matter, when they discovered a quantity of suspected controlled drugs and drug paraphernalia at a Smiths Parish location. Officers from the Tactical Division and Drugs Unit were called in to assist. A search of a vehicle parked nearby, led officers to a bag and other personal items. Officers also recovered a container in which

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS), has commenced a murder investigation into the death of a 49-year-old male, who passed away after being involved in an altercation that occurred around 4:35 p.m. yesterday, Wednesday, 2nd February 2022, in the area of Shelly Bay Field, Hamilton Parish. The victim was transported via ambulance to King Edward Hospital, where he was attended to for head injuries sustained during the altercation. However, he was subsequently pronounced dead. A 46-year-old-male has been arrested in connection with this incident. Anyone with information regarding

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS), continues to make inquiries into the shooting incident that occurredabout 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday the 29th December 2021, outside of a residence on Mount Hill Road,Pembroke. The investigation is progressing and several lines of inquiry are being pursued. The B.P.S. is looking for witnesses to this shooting to make contact with the SeniorInvestigating Officer, Acting Detective Inspector Jason Smith. In particular, ADI Smith is appealing for arearesidents who have CCTV Cameras as well as anyone who may have heard or

Police received several calls reporting gunshots heard in the area of Deepdale Road and Parsons Road, Pembroke, around 7:45 pm on January 12, 2022. Upon arrival at the scene, officers recovered a number of spent shells near a private residence on Deepdale Road west. There were no reported injuries and checks with King Edward Hospital, confirmed no one had attended the facility seeking treatment for gunshot wounds. Reports are two individuals on a silver-grey colored motorcycle, were seen leaving the area shortly after the

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