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Daily Report 6th October 2020

Tuesday, October 06,2020

Stabbing. Shortly before 2:00 a.m. today, Tuesday, 6th October, police received reports of a stabbing incident inside the Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys. Upon arrival officers observed a male lying on his back at the entrance to Snorkel Park and bleeding from stab wound to his chest.  The victim, has was conscious and breathing.  He was conveyed via ambulance to King Edward VII for treatment to his injury, which was determined to be non-life-threatening.  



Daily Report 20th August 2020

Thursday, August 20,2020

Approximately 9:20 a.m. on Wednesday, 19th August, police officers were on mobile patrol in Warwick when they observed plants they believed to be the controlled drug cannabis being grown in flower pots at a Pearman’s Hill, West residence.  Following enquiries, it was determined the plants belonged to a 22-year-old male occupant of the residence. A search of the occupant’s apartment resulted in the discovery of a quantity of suspected cannabis as well as dug equipment. The occupant was subsequently arrested and detained. 



Daily Report 17-Jul-2020

Monday, July 20,2020

Confirmed firearms incident. At approximately 11:15 p.m. on Thursday, 16th July, COMOPS received several 911 calls reporting multiple gunshots heard in the Curving Ave/Rambling Lane, Pembroke area. Other callers reported the gunshots were heard in the Middle Town area.  Officers attended both locations and discovered forensic evidence in the roadway as well as on a nearby staircase to confirm a firearms had occurred on Middletown Drive, Pembroke.  Officers also conducted house to house enquiries in the area and found projectiles lodged in a fence near that location.  There have been no reports of any injuries. The scene was processed by officers from the Forensics Unit and an investigation into this incident has been commenced by detectives from the Serious Crime Division. Anyone with information is asked to call 211, the main police number 295-0011 or, the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers number. 800-8477.



Daily Report 15-Jul-2020

Monday, July 20,2020

Man Arrested for Offensive Weapon At around 11:20 p.m. on Tuesday, 14th July, police received a report of a male allegedly armed with a knife, causing a disturbance inside a North Hamilton establishment.  Upon police arrival, it was discovered the subject had left the area on a motorcycle, while not wearing a helmet. A search of the area commenced, and the subject was seen approaching a residence on Middletown Lane, Pembroke, when he lost control of the motorcycle and fell onto the roadway. Checks indicated that the motorcycle was unlicensed and uninsured. Officers approached the male and arrested him on suspicion of having an offensive weapon. A subsequent search revealed he had a box cutter in his possession. He was then arrested for being in possession of an offensive weapon.  Officers also smelt alcohol emanating from the man’s breath and saw that his eyes were glazed. He refused to submit a breath sample when requested to do so. The suspect was charged with carrying an offensive weapon without lawful authority or reasonable excuse, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and failing to comply with a demand for a breath test. He was also issued four moving violation tickets for riding an uninsured motorcycle, riding an unlicensed motorcycle, not having a driver’s license and riding without a helmet.  



Daily Report 14-Jul-2020

Monday, July 20,2020

Drug Seizure More than half a million dollars-worth of suspected illegal drugs seized in joint operation involving the Bermuda Police Service and H.M. Customs. The protracted exercise dubbed Operation Triton, also resulted in four arrests as well as more than fourteen thousand dollars in cash. The joint initiative included the police Drugs Unit, Intelligence Department and Gang Targeting Unit, working alongside our HM Customs partners.  Among the items seized were suspected cocaine, cannabis, molly (MDMA) and heroin. Superintendent Nicholas Pedro, Officer in charge (OIC) Serious Crime, stated: “The investigation into this significant seizure remains ongoing and as such no further information will be provided at this time.  However, I wish to commend our hard working officers and their colleagues at H.M. Customs for their diligence and use of extensive intelligence gathering and investigative capabilities to prevent the potential threat these items could have posed to the wider community, were they not detected and made it on to the streets.”  



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