POLICE are investigating the circumstances surrounding the fatal shooting of a man on Friday in the Montrose Avenue area.
TWO men are in serious condition in hospital on Friday after they were shot by police the night before during a high-speed chase that ended on Marathon Road.
A MAN who stood trial in the Supreme Court concerning a fatal shooting in Sunshine Park was acquitted of murder but convicted on the lesser charge of manslaughter.
THREE of four persons who were arraigned concerning allegations that they had a role in a murder plot had charges against them withdrawn.
POLICE shot and wounded two suspected armed robbers during a shootout near the intersection of Marathon and Robinson Roads on Thursday night.
A DISABLED man was found shot dead in a shack in the Pioneer’s Loop Subdivision of Freeport, Grand Bahama, on Thursday evening.
A JUDGE has reserved his decision on what sentence he will impose on an ex-US marine who has been convicted of attempted murder.
A MAN was told by a judge yesterday that he will now stand trial in April 2017 concerning an incident of alleged sexual assault of a woman in 2013.
AMERICAN convict Michael Bradley was sentenced on Tuesday by a Supreme Court judge to 20 years imprisonment for killing his 71-year-old father-in-law following an argument at the family’s home in Hawksbill, Grand Bahama.
A 19-year-old man was shot multiple times and killed while walking through his neighbourhood on Tuesday morning.
FORENSIC pathologist Dr Caryn Sands told a Supreme Court jury yesterday that she saw no evidence of close range fire after performing an autopsy on a murdered man.
THORNE Edwards was sentenced to 45 years for murder and 20 years for armed robbery for his role in the killing of businessman Kurt McCartney.
AMERICAN Michael Bradley, 31, was sentenced to 20 years in prison in Freeport on Tuesday morning for manslaughter in connection with the death of his father-in-law, 71-year-old Sundiata Karamo, a retired educator in Grand Bahama.
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday insisted that the necks of “murderous scumbags” in the country must be “popped” as he castigated the Christie administration for failing “miserably” in its obligation to keep Bahamians safe.
POLICE are investigating a shooting incident that left one man dead early on Tuesday morning in Nassau.