LATEST NEWS, inside the BPS

Renewed Witness Appeal: Firearm Incident Outside Docksider Pub

Thu, 2018-05-24

Detectives are renewing their appeal for witnesses to the non-injury firearm incident that occurred around 1:10am Wednesday, May 16th outside The Docksider Pub and Restaurant in the City of Hamilton, as inquiries continue.

In particular, investigators are interested in speaking with patrons who were at the popular Front Street establishment when the incident occurred.

2018 Bermuda Day Holiday Weekend Policing

Wed, 2018-05-23

Detective Superintendent Darrin Simons – Good Afternoon.

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) wishes to take this opportunity to advise the public on a number of matters to ensure a peaceful and safe time during this year’s Bermuda Day holiday weekend.

The purpose of this press conference is to share the general policing plan with the community.

Reported Single Vehicle Car Crash in Paget

Wed, 2018-05-23

Around 1:55am Wednesday, May 23rd police officers attended a reported single vehicle car crash on South Road in Paget.

It appears that the driver of the car involved struck a pedestrian crossing light pole in the vicinity of St. Paul’s Lane.

The driver, believed to be a 33 year old Paget man, apparently left the scene prior to police arrival and at this time it is unclear if he sustained any injuries.

Vehicles Discovered Vandalised in the West Park Lane Pembroke Area

Tue, 2018-05-22

Around 4:30am Saturday, May 19th police officers responded to a report of a man shouting and causing a disturbance in the North Shore Road, West Park Lane Pembroke area. 

Officers conducted a search for the individual, but he was not located and had apparently left the area prior to police arrival.

However, a number of vehicles were discovered in the vicinity with windshield damage – as well as a property with a damaged mailbox and another property with damaged garden items.

Injured Pedestrian Recovering in Stable Condition on General Ward

Tue, 2018-05-22

At last check this morning (May 22nd) the 53 year old male pedestrian hurt around 1am Monday, May 21st during a hit and run involving a motorcyclist on Parliament Street in the City of Hamilton – near the junction with Church Street – was recovering in stable condition on a general ward at the hospital.

Leaving the scene of this collision was a callous act. Police continue to appeal for any witnesses to come forward and urge the motorcyclist involved to turn themselves in to Hamilton Police Station.

Witnesses Sought After Pedestrian Hurt by ‘Hit & Run’ Motorcyclist [Updated]

Mon, 2018-05-21

Approximately 1am Monday, May 21st police and fellow first responders attended a reported collision on Parliament Street in the City of Hamilton, near the junction with Church Street.

It appears that a motorcyclist riding along Parliament Street struck a male pedestrian, knocking him to the ground.

The offending motorcyclist then struck a nearby parked car, damaging its wing mirror, before falling to the ground.

Man Arrested After Reported Altercation at Front Street Bar

Sun, 2018-05-20

Around 12:20am Sunday, May 20th police officers responded to a reported altercation on Front Street in the City of Hamilton.

It appears that at least two people were involved in a scuffle at The Dog House bar, which ended up on Front Street.

One man has been arrested in connection with this incident and a court appearance is anticipated in due course.



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