Confirmed Firearm Incident on Court Street: No Reported Injuries

Saturday, September 14,2019

Around 9:50pm Saturday, September 14th gunshots were fired on Court Street in the City of Hamilton. Early information suggests that a lone gunman approached a small group of men outside Spinning Wheel nightclub and opened fire. Forensic evidence at the scene confirms a firearm was discharged.

29 Year Old Male Motorcyclist Seriously Injured in Collision With Car

Saturday, September 14,2019

Around 1:45am Saturday, September 14th a reported serious collision occurred at the junction of Cedar Avenue, St. John’s Road and Marsh Folly Road in Pembroke involving a car and a motorcyclist. Details remain limited at this time. However, it is understood that the rider involved, said to be a 29 year old Pembroke man, was transported to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment of head injuries and serious injuries to both legs.

BPS to Review Their Management of Inaugural Pride Parade

Thursday, September 12,2019

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) have confirmed that a meeting to review their management of Bermuda’s inaugural Pride Parade will take place over the coming weeks. Commissioner of Police, Stephen Corbishley, commented: “The Pride Parade on the 31st of August 2019 saw approximately 6,000 people take to the streets in support of LGBTQI+ communities in Bermuda.

Sixth Road Fatality of 2019: 49 Year Old American Visitor Jamie Kopp

Saturday, September 07,2019

The Bermuda Police Service can now confirm the death of 49 year old American visitor Mrs. Jamie Kopp and extends sincere condolences to her husband, family and friends. It appears that around 1:45pm Thursday, September 5th Mrs. Kopp and her husband were riding separate rental scooters west along North Shore Road in Hamilton parish near the junction with Cottage Hill Road – with Mrs. Kopp traveling behind her husband – when she was involved in a collision with a water truck being driven in the opposite direction.

Residents Reminded to Remain Vigilant Regarding Social Media Scams

Thursday, September 05,2019

The Bermuda Police Service is once again reminding residents to remain vigilant regarding social media scams. One such scam currently in circulation is the mystery shopper scam, where local Facebook users are offered employment as a secret shopper and enticed by the opportunity of earning thousands of dollars simply by accepting funds into their personal bank account.


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