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Breaking & Entering

Mon, 2005-07-04

Around 8:55am on Monday, Police attended a reported breaking and entering at Prospect Primary School in Devonshire. On arrival officers spoke with the deputy principal who stated that sometime between 3:30pm on Friday, July 1 and 7:45am on Monday, July 4, 2005 an unknown culprit gained entry into the school. The culprit stole a black Dell computer tower. Inquiries into this incident are underway.

Update – Fight on M/V Bermudian

Sun, 2005-07-03

A 17 year old Smith’s parish girl and an 18 year old Pembroke woman are still in Police custody following the stabbing of a 20 year old Southampton woman onboard the M/V Bermudian on Friday night. Police are still following specific lines of inquiry as it relates to reports of firearms being brandished onboard the vessel.

Attempted Robbery

Sat, 2005-07-02

At 10:30pm on Saturday, Police attended KEMH following a reported attempted robbery. The victim, a 67 year old Warwick man, stated that earlier that evening he picked up a male passenger from Tribe Road #3 in Southampton in his taxi. The passenger asked to be taken to a St.

Fight Onboard the Bermudian

Fri, 2005-07-01

Around 11:30pm on Friday, Police received several reports of fights onboard the M/V Bermudian. It appears that Bermynet was holding a cruise heading through the channel when Police received reports of individuals being stabbed onboard the vessel. Also, there were reports of weapons including firearms being brandished.

Missing Juvenile

Thu, 2005-06-30

Police are appealing for the public’s assistance in locating 10 year old Kelshawn Perinchief. He was reported missing at 5:30pm on Thursday, June 30, 2005. Perinchief was last seen wearing a white t-shirt, blue jeans, and white or brown sneakers or boots at his Pembroke home earlier in the day.

Announcement of the Retirement of the Commissioner of Police

Thu, 2005-06-30

"Today, I officially announce my retirement from the Bermuda Police Service to take effect on June 19, 2006. My last working day with the Bermuda Police will be December 15, 2005. I joined the Bermuda Police Service in June 1979 and will have served over 27 years in the Service and just over five years as Commissioner of Police.

Laser Speed Checks

Wed, 2005-06-29

Between 8pm on Tuesday, June 28 and 4am Wednesday, June 29, Police conducted laser speed checks in various locations across the island, including: the Causeway in St.

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