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July 16, 2013
No link between incidents

TWO criminal incidents in Inagua last week involving vandalism of a government building and an attack on a Defence Force officer are not believed to be related according to Dennis Brown, Assistant Superintendent in charge of the Matthew Town Police Station.

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October 09, 2011
Traffic fatality victim identified as Cat Island high school student

The family of 18-year-old Lavardo Pratt is left to mourn the death of the 12th grade student who was killed in a traffic accident in Cat Island on Friday.
About six grieving family members gathered at the Princess Margaret Hospital's Rand Morgue yesterday to identify the body.
Pratt's aunt, Maedell Woodside, who spoke to The Nassau Guardian on behalf of the family, said her nephew had just entered...

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September 13, 2021
41 Haitian migrants held

FORTY-ONE Haitian migrants were picked up during a joint operation between the Royal Bahamas Defence Force, the Department of Immigration and OPBAT on Thursday.

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February 08, 2016
Police find 281 kilos of suspected cocaine in two operations

Authorities found a combined 281 kilos of suspected cocaine yesterday during separate operations in Freeport, Grand Bahama and Matthew Town, Inagua.

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April 19, 2012
Police investigate Inagua fire - conduct operation 'Save lives' - Make firearm arrest

Police are investigating a fire at a local business establishment in Matthew Town, Inagua. Preliminary
police reports indicate that shortly before 7:00 am on Thursday 19th
April, 2012 police received information that smoke was emanating from
the second...

Northeastern Division conduct Operation "Save Lives" - In keeping
with the Commissioner of Police 2012 policing plan, "Tackling Crime
& En...

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November 18, 2011
Three murder suspects caught

Police announced yesterday they caught three men wanted in connection with two murders after re-issuing a most wanted list on Wednesday.
The men nabbed were Elandro Missick, 20, of Kingston Street, and brothers Deangelo, 25, and Desmond Wilson of Lifebouy Street.
Superintendent Stephen Dean said that as a result of good intelligence work, police were able to capture these men, who they hope to put...

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August 24, 2011
Bracing for Irene

Hurricane Irene is expected to make a near hit of New Providence beginning later today after passing over the southeastern Bahamas last night.
Irene moved into The Bahamas as a category two hurricane yesterday afternoon, but was downgraded to a category one just as the tropical storm force winds on the outskirts of the storm began to affect Inagua. However, the storm is expected to strengthen as i...

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Irene Takes Aim
August 23, 2011
Irene Takes Aim

Hurricane Irene strengthened to a category two storm last night and was forecasted to hit the southeastern Bahamas as early as this afternoon and New Providence tomorrow night. The hurricane could be the first in 11 years to directly hit New Providence. Current forecast information shows the storm center at 20.6 North, 70,6 West and is moving to the west-northwest at 10 mph. Maximum sustained win...

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