LATEST NEWS, inside the BPS

The Death of Former Police Commissioner Lennett (Lenny) Edwards QPM, CPM

Sat, 2006-02-11

The Bermuda Police Service is saddened by the death of former Commissioner of Police Lennett Edwards QPM, CPM. Mr. Edwards served as Commissioner of Police from 1992 - 1995, a post that he held with distinction. He was well respected as an officer and a friend.

Fatal RTC

Thu, 2006-02-09

Around 7:15 this morning, Police received a report of a serious single vehicle road traffic collision on Parsons Lane in Devonshire. It appears that the motorcycle was traveling east on Parsons Lane when the rider, an 18 year old Devonshire man, lost control and collided with a tree.

Injury RTC/Impaired Driving

Wed, 2006-02-08

Around 10:05pm on Wednesday, Police attended a reported single vehicle road traffic collision resulting in injury on Langton Hill in Pembroke. It appears that the truck was traveling south, down Langton Hill when the driver, a 43 year old man, lost control and collided with a wall. As a result the truck turned over on to its right side, trapping him inside the vehicle.

Witness Appeal

Wed, 2006-02-08

Police are investigating a road traffic collision that took place around 7:45pm on Friday, May 6, 2005 involving two Police vehicles (unmarked cars) and a motorcycle carrying two people, west of the entrance to A1 on Middle Road in Paget. The two Police vehicles were traveling west (emergency) and the motorcycle entered the westbound lane from a private entrance.

Injury RTC

Tue, 2006-02-07

Around 7:20pm on Tuesday, Police attended a reported road traffic collision resulting in injury on Somerset Road in Sandy's parish near the junction with the Railway Trail, involving a car and a motorcycle. It appears that the motorcycle was traveling south-west on Somerset Road when the car entered Somerset Road from the Railway Trail and the two vehicles collided.

Lottery Scam

Tue, 2006-02-07

The Bermuda Police Service Fraud Unit is aware of a new lottery scam that is currently in circulation around the island. The letter, which appears to be from a European country, claims that the recipient has won a cash prize and must provide personal information (including copies of a passport and/or driver's license) as well as banking details in order to receive their winnings.



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