Che Jennings was 24-years-old at the time he was fatally shot in the parking lot of Warwick Workmen’s Club, Thursday 7th April 2022 around 8:30pm, following a community Easter event. Mr. Jennings had been shot multiple times and inquiries led to an initial appeal regarding two men on a white motorcycle, heading east on Middle Road, Warwick, shortly after 8:30pm Thursday, 7th April 2022. The rider of that motorcycle wore a red jacket, while the passenger had on a yellow jacket. Both the rider and the

Two years ago, a passer-by found 18-year-old Laje Franklin’s lifeless body lying near the roundabout on the roadway leading to Clearwater Beach, St. David’s shortly after 6:30am Wednesday, 6th April 2022. He died of multiple gunshot wounds and detectives believe that he was fatally shot near where he was found. Inquiries into the teen’s murder initially appealed for anyone who heard any suspicious noises or saw suspicious activity in the area of Tommy Fox Road, or near the Gulfstream residences at Southside, between 11:00pm Tuesday, 5th

Three years ago, around 10:30pm Tuesday, 6th April 2021, Jordan Outerbridge was fatally shot on the Railway Trail in Warwick. He was 37-years-old at that time. On the night of his murder, Mr. Outerbridge was the first person to leave a regularly scheduled card game at a nearby Tribe Road Number 2, Warwick residence. As he was about to head home to his wife and two girls, a gunman wearing a blue coloured jacket with a hood shot him multiple times, before escaping on the back

Reporting a crime can be a scary prospect. Especially if you've not experienced it before, the best way to report a crime isn't always obvious. The different reporting methods suit different circumstances, and it's important to know the difference. In an emergency In an emergency, you should call the police using 911 and seek immediate support. The emergency phone line ensures that the police can help you as soon as possible. This is best for situations where: A crime is currently in progress, or you suspect that

Being a parent is a fulfilling and important job. However, it's not always easy, and it can be nerve-wracking to say the least. As your kids are growing up and going outdoors, they need to know how to safely navigate streets. Here are some tips for helping your youngsters become street smart. 1. Remember that kids will copy what they see Children are incredibly impressionable – and will imitate the behaviour of those they look up to. They'll copy you if you're demonstrating good habits, but

Commissioner of Police Darrin Simons – “The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) is appealing for the public to provide any information they may have regarding recent firearms incidents in our community. When we work together, the evidence of our success is clear. Information provided by members of the public resulted in arrested suspects and recovered evidence for two recent firearms incidents. Thankfully, neither of these resulted in injury. Early this past Sunday morning, officers attended a confirmed shooting outside a popular establishment on Court Street, Pembroke. A 38-year-old

Shortly after 12:30 a.m. on Monday, March 4, 2023, police officers were on mobile patrol along Park Lane Pembroke, when they approached a small group of people gathered in the area. Upon seeing the officers, a male member of the group ran off and dropped a number of items as he fled. Officers recovered the items, which included a firearm and a quantity of ammunition. The subject was subsequently arrested after he was discovered hiding at a nearby residence. An investigation into this matter is now underway. Anyone with

Detectives are currently investigating a confirmed firearm incident that occurred around 12:55am Tuesday, 27th February 2024, outside a Tribe Road Number 5, Paget home. Bermuda Police Service (BPS) patrol officers responded and secured the scene. Forensic evidence collected at that location confirmed that a firearm had been discharged. However, there were no reported injuries. So far, limited information indicates that two potential suspects were travelling together on a motorcycle in the area, at the time the gunshots were heard. Paget residents that live along Tribe Road Number 5, or

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) issued a public advisory on 20th February 2024, concerning the suspected presence of fentanyl-laced heroin in the community, which has resulted in the hospitalisation of three individuals. On Saturday, 24th February 2024, the BPS executed an operation dubbed ‘Operation Holly’, under the authority of the Misuse of Drugs Act. Police officers from the Drug Unit, Tactical Department, and Criminal Investigation Unit participated in the exercise. Three people have been arrested on suspicion of possessing a controlled drug with intent to supply, after

Nights out can be a fun way to let loose and spend time with your friends. However, crime can ruin a good evening in an instant. While crime is never the victim's fault, there are things that you can do to keep yourself safer. Stay in groups There's safety in numbers. Criminals will seek out people who are alone because they're easier to overpower. By staying in a group, you ensure that there will always be witnesses and other people to defend you. For similar reasons, crowded

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