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62 Year Old Male Pedestrian Struck by Car Remains Stable in ICU [Updated]

Wed, 2019-01-30

At last check this morning (January 30th) the 62 year old Hamilton parish man seriously injured when a car struck him as he walked along North Shore Road in Hamilton parish near Trinity Church Road around 3pm Thursday, January 17th remained in stable condition in the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.

Two Years Later Jahni Outerbridge Murder Investigation Continues

Tue, 2019-01-29

Two years ago, 31 year old Jahni Outerbridge was fatally shot around 11:20pm (Sunday 29th January 2017) outside the Mid-Atlantic Boat Club on North Shore Road in Devonshire.

Detectives continue to investigate his murder and renew their appeal for anyone with information that can assist in bringing the perpetrator(s) to justice to come forward.

One Motorist Arrested for Impaired Driving Over the Weekend

Mon, 2019-01-28

One motorist was arrested for impaired driving from Friday night (January 25th) until Sunday night (January 27th).

While there are no road sobriety checkpoints scheduled for this coming weekend, members of the public are urged not to drive or ride under the influence as police officers conducting their regular patrols will be on the lookout for any offences, including impaired driving.

Docksider Pub & Restaurant Closed for 24 Hours After Anti-Social Incident

Fri, 2019-01-25

As a result of an anti-social incident that took place at Docksider Pub & Restaurant last weekend, the Bermuda Police Service has used the power under the Liquor Licence Act, Section 51A to close this establishment from Friday January 25th at 10pm until Saturday January 26th at 10pm.

It is imperative that liquor licenced premises take ‘social responsibility’ for the safety of their patrons and the conduct of those persons who threaten that safety, which has a profound effect on the community that they are a part of and Bermuda as a whole.

49 Year Old Female JetBlue Passenger Recovering on a General Ward

Fri, 2019-01-25

At last check this morning (January 25th) the 49 year old Jamaican woman residing in New York who took ill on a JetBlue flight en route between Antigua and New York U.S.A. that diverted to L.F. Wade International Airport around 8pm Thursday (January 24th) was recovering on a general ward at the hospital.

After refuelling, the JetBlue flight continued on to its intended destination.

JetBlue Flight Diverted Due to Unwell Passenger [Updated]

Thu, 2019-01-24

Police can report that a 49 year old female Jamaican national residing in New York took ill on a JetBlue flight from Antigua.

As a result, the flight was instructed to divert to Bermuda in the abundance of caution.

On arrival at L.F. Wade International Airport the passenger was going in and out of consciousness.

Official Launch of BPS Independent Advisory Group

Thu, 2019-01-24

Commissioner of Police Mr. Stephen Corbishley – Good morning everybody.

In the last week we announced our 7 ambitions change programme and a fundamental theme of that is to invest in local communities, particularly the parish Constables and other resources we’re placing there, but most importantly is to engage with local communities, listen to their concerns, respond to that and to shape our services better.

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