Crime

Revealed: Names on the elite list and what they owe
Revealed: Names on the elite list and what they owe

September 20, 2017

FOUR former Progressive Liberal Party Cabinet ministers owed more than $20,000 each at Bahamas Power and Light, with one former minister in arrears for some $60,000 as of July, according to a list obtained by The Tribune...

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Double shooting leaves GB man dead
Double shooting leaves GB man dead

September 13, 2017

ONE man is dead and another is in hospital following a shooting in the Freeport area on Monday morning...

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Teen shot dead in Fox Hill
Teen shot dead in Fox Hill

September 13, 2017

Police are searching for suspects after a teenager was shot dead in Fox Hill last night...

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Shootings leave two dead, seven injured
Shootings leave two dead, seven injured

September 05, 2017

A SPATE of shootings in 24 hours have left two people dead and seven injured - with the latest murder seeing a man killed and a woman left in critical condition after a double shooting at a First Caribbean ATM...

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Cutlass killer suspect captured
Cutlass killer suspect captured

September 04, 2017

A 54-year-old Long Island woman was hacked to death with a cutlass early Saturday morning during a domestic dispute that also left her elderly mother in the Intensive Care Unit at Princess Margaret Hospital...

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Statement by Ministry of Social Services and Urban Development

August 30, 2017

The Ministry of Social Services and Urban Development extends condolences to the family that was affected by the shooting incident at 3:00 am on Monday, 28th, August 2017...

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Baby killing rocks Cabinet
Baby killing rocks Cabinet

August 30, 2017

HOURS after an eight-month-old baby was shot dead in his home, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis met with the attorney general and Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) officials to reinforce the government's "zero tolerance..."

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300 facing court over student loan debts
300 facing court over student loan debts

August 30, 2017

MORE than 300 people with delinquent Educational Loan Authority accounts will face "prosecution" and may have their wages garnished or valuable assets seized among other things, Education Minister Jeffery Lloyd told The Tribune yesterday...

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Armed trio hunted after safe snatch
Armed trio hunted after safe snatch

August 29, 2017

POLICE are on the hunt for three men who tied up, assaulted and robbed two security guards at a local high school and a neighbouring business early yesterday morning before making off with a safe "with plenty money" and two stolen vehicles...

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Pineapple scam: Police called in
Pineapple scam: Police called in

August 29, 2017

THE Securities Commission of The Bahamas yesterday referred its findings on the Pineapple Express Asue Holders difficulties to police, officially classifying the self-proclaimed “asue” business as an alleged Ponzi or pyramid scheme...

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BEYOND TEARS: Toddler dies in shooting, parents gunned down in 39revenge39 raid
BEYOND TEARS: Toddler dies in shooting, parents gunned down in 39revenge39 raid

August 29, 2017

AN 18-month-old baby is dead after he was shot in his home early Monday morning in what police believe was an act of retaliation toward the toddler's father...

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Infant shot dead in Rupert Dean Lane home
Infant shot dead in Rupert Dean Lane home

August 28, 2017

Police have launched an island-wide search for a man after a shooting that left an infant dead and a man and woman injured...

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Minister Dames Announces Crime Fighting Initiatives

August 22, 2017

During a press conference on the Execution of Crime Fighting Initiatives of the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF), on August 19, 2017, at the Paul Farquharson Conference Center, Minister of National Security the Hon. Marvin H. Dames dispatched a stern message to criminals operating in The Bahamas...

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Spain attacks: Suspects shot dead in Cambrils after van-ramming

August 18, 2017

Spanish police say they have shot dead five suspected terrorists in the town of Cambrils in a second vehicle attack, hours after another in Barcelona killed 13 people and injured dozens.

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Murder toll rises to 84
Murder toll rises to 84

August 15, 2017

A SUSPECT is in police custody and assisting officers with their investigation into a stabbing incident over the weekend that has left a man dead...

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Stranded - with 3.2m drugs cargo
Stranded - with 3.2m drugs cargo

August 09, 2017

THREE men are in police custody in connection with the discovery of $3.2m worth of marijuana in Andros on Emancipation Day...

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Two dead in holiday shootings
Two dead in holiday shootings

August 08, 2017

HOLIDAY weekend shootings left two men dead in the capital, one of whom was killed less than a month after he was released on bail...

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Police chief warns - lay down your guns as killers strike again
Police chief warns - lay down your guns as killers strike again

August 02, 2017

IN the face of the country's growing homicide list, Acting Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson said the Royal Bahamas Police Force has launched an "aggressive" approach to apprehend prolific offenders and increase police visibility...

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Gunmen murder bailed teenager
Gunmen murder bailed teenager

July 31, 2017

NEARLY two weeks after one senior police official urged persons out on bail for serious crimes "to stay home" or risk the chance of being killed, investigators are searching...

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UPDATED: Man's body found floating near Sand trap
UPDATED: Man's body found floating near Sand trap

July 31, 2017

POLICE will have to await the results of an autopsy to determine the cause of death of a man discovered floating in waters off West Bay Street yesterday...

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