Five Men in Custody Regarding Court Street Assault Videos

Thursday, March 23,2017

Acting Detective Chief Inspector Dave Greenidge - Of six suspects identified, five men are now in custody as the investigation into two videos of Court Street assaults circulated on social media continues. Inquiries indicate that the sixth suspect has already left the jurisdiction. The five men currently in custody include the man arrested Wednesday afternoon, as well as four other men arrested Thursday morning (March 23rd).

Man Arrested, Additional Suspects Sought: Court Street Assault Videos

Wednesday, March 22,2017

Acting Detective Chief Inspector Dave Greenidge - Police have now been made aware of a second video circulating via social media showing another assault in the Court Street, Pembroke area and are actively seeking the suspects involved in both videos. Members of the public should be assured that these incidents are being taken seriously and the anti-social behaviour displayed will not be tolerated.

Reported Serious Two Vehicle Collision in Sandys Parish [Updated]

Tuesday, March 21,2017

Around 12:15pm today (Tuesday, March 21st) police and first responders were dispatched to a reported two vehicle collision in the Scaur Hill, Sandys parish area – apparently involving a motorcycle and a truck. Details are limited at this time. However, initial information suggests that the male motorcyclist involved may have sustained serious injuries.

Rider in ICU: Reported Single Vehicle Motorcycle Crash in Pembroke

Thursday, March 16,2017

Around 12:30am today (March 16th) police and first responders were dispatched to a reported single vehicle motorcycle crash on Fairyland Road in Pembroke, near the junction with Fairyland Lane. It appears that the rider, a 29 year old Pembroke man, was injured after striking a wall. He was taken to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment and later arrested on suspicion of impaired driving.

Police Acknowledge Sentencing in Rickai Swan Murder Trial

Tuesday, March 14,2017

Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police (Crime) Sean Field-Lament - The sentence of 35 years sends a clear and unambiguous message that these heinous, cold blooded crimes will not be tolerated by our society. Members of the public should take solace that perpetrators of these crimes will be held accountable and face the consequences of their actions.


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