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Police target heavily tinted vehicles
September 12, 2013
Police target heavily tinted vehicles

Police launched an aggressive campaign yesterday to target and cite drivers in heavily tinted cars on New Providence, after noticing that an alarming number of criminals use these vehicles and target people driving them.

Police from the Traffic Division were stationed at various locations on the island citing drivers whose window tints are too dark, Superintendent Stephen Dean said yesterday...

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Drivers face 80 fines for tinted windows
September 12, 2013
Drivers face 80 fines for tinted windows

DRIVERS with heavily tinted windows face $80 fines after officers from the Road Traffic Division announced an island-wide crackdown yesterday.

Officers will be issuing tickets to motorists whose windows are too dark for the police to see through...

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Honda Civic 2001 Car Stolen...
November 11, 2012
Honda Civic 2001 Car Stolen...

CAR STOLEN: 2001 Honda Civic, silver, lowered, silver enkie rims, Recaro Racing seat. back windows tinted. license plate 245044.... $1000 for anyone who finds it. if anyone sees anything resembling this please call the Elizabeth Estates police station.

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Men Held Over Drug Find
October 07, 2012
Men Held Over Drug Find

Police yesterday said two men living in Harbour Island were arrested after they were found, in two separate cases, with dangerous drugs.

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January 20, 2012
Murder trial adjourned after new identification evidence

A murder trial recessed early after a prosecution witness disclosed information that appeared to come as a surprise to the defense.
Romona Farquharson, who represents the accused, Phillip McCartney, seemed shocked when Katrina Rolle said that she had picked out a man on an identification parade during investigations into the August 13, 2010 murder of Chrishanda Swain.
Farquharson was cross-examini...

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November 04, 2017
PM Minnis Outlines Plans to Fight Crime and Corruption

The Government of The Bahamasí fight against crime and corruption will be comprehensive and vigorous, Prime Minister Dr. the Hon. Hubert A. Minnis said...

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April 11, 2017
Vitamin D and bone health

Today, although many foods are fortified with vitamin D, most persons find it surprisingly hard to get enough -- even for us living here in The Bahamas where most of our days are sunny. Many people working office jobs rarely see the sun because they drive in cars with tinted windows, are in the office all day or use SPF 30 sunscreen to block the sun's rays. This adds up to exposure to sunlight not...

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October 18, 2016
Efficient windows allow greater use of natural light

One of the great things about The Bahamas is the bright sunlight that we get to enjoy, and with advances in window technology, we have the opportunity to harvest an abundance of free natural light without the massive gain of heat into the space.

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May 19, 2016
'Tell my wife I love her' begged shooting victim as he lay bleeding

DETAILS emerged yesterday of the ordeal a 39-year-old father suffered on Tuesday afternoon at the hands of an armed robber, who forced him to drive to a cash dispenser, threatened to go to his home for more money and, as he tried to escape, shot him in the neck, leaving him in serious condition in hospital.

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February 12, 2016
Couple face court over firearms charges

A husband and wife were arraigned in Magistrate's Court yesterday afternoon facing almost three dozen firearms related charges stemming from the recent seizure of a large cache of handguns and assorted ammunition in Freeport.

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