Around 8:30am on Monday, October 24th police attended a reported theft from the Marsh Folly Depot on Marsh Folly Road in Pembroke.
It appears that several vehicles belonging to the Department of Parks were searched by an unknown culprit.
Stolen from the compound were two machetes, one chainsaw blade and two empty gas containers.
Assistant Commissioner Martin Weekes - "On Sunday, October 23, 2016, a scheduled football game took place at Somerset Cricket Club between Dandy Town and Somerset Trojans. The Bermuda Police Service deployed a number of officers including Armed resources based on requests from the BFA including concerns around some members of the visiting team and officers maintained a consistent presence at the field for the duration of the game. The Somerset Cricket Club is responsible for security at all scheduled games. Security for this game did not include the hiring of Extra Duty Police Officers.
Around 9:20am on Saturday, October 22nd police received a report of a burglary at St. Peter’s Church in St. George’s where a quantity of cash was taken.
Around 11am on Saturday, October 22nd police received a report of a burglary at Wellington Baptist Church in St. George’s where a suggestion box was damaged. However, it appears nothing was taken.
Around 1:40pm on Sunday, October 23rd police and first responders were dispatched to a reported domestic incident at a Devon Spring Road, Devonshire residence.
Details are limited at this time. However, it appears that an altercation occurred between an adult brother and sister.
The brother, a 40 year old Devonshire man, apparently brandished a bladed article and injured his sister, a 44 year old Devonshire woman.
Around 9:45pm on Thursday, October 20th police and first responders were dispatched to a reported two vehicle collision on South Road in Devonshire near the junction with Melville Crescent.
Details remain unclear at this time. However, it appears that a car being driven along South Road struck a utility pole before colliding with another car being driven in the opposite direction.
The two men injured in a reported motorcycle and auxiliary cycle collision on South Road in Paget near the junction with Tribe Road No. 5 around 8:30am Wednesday, October 19th are continuing to receive treatment at the hospital.
At last check the motorcyclist, a 43 year old Sandys parish man, was in stable condition at the Intensive Care Unit while the auxiliary cycle rider, a 48 year old Sandys parish man, was in stable condition on a general ward.