The Commissioner of Police has consulted with His Excellency the Governor regarding recent public speculation about past sexual assaults that may have taken place within the ranks of the Bermuda Regiment. The Commissioner has agreed that for a variety of reasons, potential victims might have decided not to assist with previous investigations but might be willing to come forward now.
The motoring public is advised that the following road and parking rules will be in effect from 6pm until 9pm Saturday, December 7th regarding the 2013 Christmas Boat Parade.
One Way Street
Harbour Road, between Manse Road and Stowe Hill travelling in an easterly direction.
The investigation into the fatal collision that occurred around 3:20am Saturday, November 30th on Harrington Sound Road in Smith’s parish near the junction with Harrington Hundreds Road which claimed the life of 24 year old Uthmani Talbot is ongoing.
The investigating officer is particularly interested in speaking with the driver of a car that stopped at the scene to assist those that initially provided first aid to the victim.
At approximately 5:15pm police responded to reports of gun shots being fired on Middle Road in Warwick. Upon police arrival it was ascertained that two men on a motorcycle discharged a firearm in the area of Middle Road behind the Money Shop, however no one was injured.
An active search for the suspects has commenced and the scene is being forensically processed.
Acting Superintendent Nicholas Pedro - 24 year old Julian Markus Washington appeared in Supreme Court today, charged with the murder of Stefan Burgess. Members of the public will recall that Mr. Burgess was shot and killed inside a Glebe Road residence in the evening hours of Sunday 8th January, 2012. Another victim was also shot & injured at the same location.
The charges follow a lengthy investigation by members of the Bermuda Police Serious Crime Unit. Washington pled ‘not guilty’ to the four charges put to him of:-
Over the weekend, police officers arrested four people on suspicion of impaired driving as the Selective Traffic Enforcement Programme (STEP) continues.
Officers also arrested five people for outstanding warrants and conducted liquor license checks at various liquor licensed premises throughout the island.
The Bermuda Police Service can now confirm the death of 24 year old Uthmani Talbot of Smith’s parish.
Mr. Talbot was seriously injured when the motorcycle he was riding apparently collided with a wall and a parked car on Harrington Sound Road in Smith’s parish near the junction with Harrington Hundreds Road around 3:20am Saturday, November 30th.
He was taken to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance where he was later pronounced dead at 3:45am Saturday by an on call doctor.