Shortly after 12:30 a.m. on Friday, June 7, 2024, police and other first responders were dispatched to a residence on South Terrace, Pembroke following a report of a female having been found with a gunshot wound. Upon their arrival, officers immediately commenced life saving efforts on the victim who was unresponsive but breathing. She was shortly thereafter transported by ambulance  to the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital, where at last check she continued to receive treatment for her injury which is being considered life threatening. An investigation

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) reminds residents to be wary of fake social media adverts promising quick financial gains or other offers that sound too good to be true. Often such social media posts or direct messages use the likeness of local public personalities and copy the design of local news outlets, to make their offerings look more legitimate. Many of these fraudulent social media adverts appear as sponsored posts. Here are some quick ways to tell if an enticing social media post or direct message is

Assistant Commissioner of Police Antoine Daniels – “Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen of the media. I am here to provide a brief overview of the Bermuda Day holiday weekend’s key incidents. I ask you in advance if you can save any questions you may have until the end. I recognise there may be many questions regarding the tragic stabbing death at Horseshoe Bay on Bermuda Day. Please be mindful that an 18 year old man has now been charged before the courts, thus it is limited

In recent years, knife crime in Bermuda has noticeably increased. It’s no longer limited to gang culture as there has been a rise in domestic incidents involving a knife since the Covid-19 pandemic. Residents and authorities alike are understandably alarmed by the statistics and how they are impacting the island. Bermuda’s Police Service has consequently stepped up its stop and search strategy in an attempt to deal with the issue. Read on as we shed more light on the current state of knife crime in Bermuda. Causes

Shortly after 11:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 28th, 2024, police received reports of multiple gunshots heard in the Parson’s Roads, Pembroke, area. Officers immediately responded and were able to confirm a firearm was discharged based on forensic evidence recovered near the junction with Rambling Lane. There was nothing to indicate whether anyone may have been injured and enquiries at King Edward Memorial Hospital confirmed that no individuals attended for treatment for gunshot injuries. The apparent increase in firearms incidents in recent times remains a priority

Police are investigating a confirmed attempted shooting, which took place in the area of Alexandra Road, Devonshire, shortly after 10:30 a.m. on Friday, April 26, 2024. The complainant was seated inside a vehicle at the time. However, they thankfully escaped without injury. Police are interested in speaking with anyone who may have seen two persons wearing black clothing, with black helmets leaving Alexandra Road on a black and red motorcycle around the time of the incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact Acting Detective Sergeant, Dre Wilkinson,

Ten years have passed since the murder of Erin Lee Richardson. Mr. Richardson, 28, was shot multiple times outside his residence at 16 Riviera Crescent, Southampton, around 10:45pm on Wednesday 23rd April 2014. He attempted to escape his attackers by running inside his residence, but was unable to do so. Police officers and EMTs attended the scene and administered first-aid to Mr. Richardson who was transported by ambulance to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital where tragically, he succumbed to his injuries. The Bermuda Police Service is once

Shortly after 12:30 a.m. on Sunday, April 14, 2024, Police received reports of gunshots heard in the Church Dale, Devil’s Hole area, Smith’s. Officers were dispatched to the scene and upon arrival, conducted a search of the immediate area. Their search confirmed a firearm was discharged based on evidence recovered. There were no reports anyone was injured. Checks with staff at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital indicated no one had attended seeking treatment for gunshot wounds. An inquiry into this incident has commenced and anyone with information is asked

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

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