Thursday, April 27th 2017 marks the 14th anniversary of Shaundae Jones’ murder.
Mr. Jones, a 20 year old Warwick Parish resident, was shot and killed outside Club Malabar in the early morning hours of 27th April 2003.
The Serious Crime Department investigation into this cold blooded murder remains open and detectives are still seeking the person(s) involved.
The Bermuda Police Service has received a report from the Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service regarding the July 21st 2016 building fire on Front Street and is now conducting inquiries to determine if any criminal offences may have been committed.
Anyone with any information should contact Acting Detective Chief Inspector Dave Greenidge at the Criminal Investigations Department on 247-1744 or the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers hotline 800-8477.
Contrary to statements made today, the Bermuda Police Service can report that the first call about the disturbance on Water Street on 21st April was received at 1:06pm.
The call was dispatched at 1:08pm and the first police unit arrived 3 minutes later at 1:11pm.
On arrival the officers found that the combatants had left the area.
The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) can now confirm the death of Mr. Ronald Raynor and express our sincere condolences to his family and friends.
Mr. Raynor was 55 years old; formerly of Pembroke Parish but was residing in Jamaica at the time of his death.
On March 28, 2017 the body of a deceased man was discovered in bushes in Hatfield Meadows, Coral Gardens, St. James, Jamaica and later identified as Mr. Raynor by the Jamaican Constabulary Force (JCF).
At last check earlier this morning (April 24th) the 20 year old man believed to be from Pembroke injured in the car crash that occurred around 2am Sunday, April 16th on Middle Road in Southampton near the junction with Granaway Heights Road had been transferred from the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit to a general ward in stable condition.
Inquiries continue regarding the circumstances of the crash and witnesses or persons with relevant information should still contact the Roads Policing Unit on 247-1788.
Around 1pm Friday, April 21st police officers responded to a reported disturbance on Water Street in St. George's.
It appears that a man using an HSBC ATM was attacked by another man.
Apparently other men then joined in, until a member of the public intervened.
Detective Chief Inspector Nicholas Pedro, Organised & Economic Crime Department - In a hearing before the Wor. Archibald Warner in Magistrates' Court on Friday, 21st April 2017 a forfeiture application made by the Crown in respect of $64,600 was granted.
The court heard that Ugandan national Mr. Billy Odoch (pictured) entered Bermuda illegally in December 2013 on what is believed to be a false passport obtained by deception.