TWO men were sentenced to 30 years in prison yesterday after a Supreme Court judge condemned their “casual” acceptance to involve themselves in a murder plot.
A MAN was sentenced to 35 years in prison yesterday in the fatal stabbing of his girlfriend that occurred two years ago.
A MAN is in hospital in serious condition following a stabbing incident on Monday evening in the Bottle Bay area, police reported.
A MAN contesting his convictions for sexual assault and abetment to sexual assault of a minor will return to the Court of Appeal in November for his substantive appeal hearing.
A WOMAN awaiting trial in the death of a female friend appeared in the Supreme Court yesterday.
AN American husband and wife were arraigned on unlicensed firearm and ammunition possession charges on Tuesday in the Freeport Magistrate’s Court.
TWO Royal Bahamas Defence Force marines were taken into custody over the weekend after they allegedly got into a physical argument with a Royal Bahamas Police Force officer.
A NEW trial date is expected to be set for two men and a teenager to stand trial in Supreme Court concerning the murder of a private school teacher.
A PERUVIAN man was remanded to prison without bail yesterday after he was arraigned in Magistrate’s Court concerning the killing of a disc jockey who was shot at a downtown nightclub.
An officer from the Bahamas Department of Corrections is in custody after being arrested for possession of dangerous drugs on Friday at the prison.
AN AMERICAN couple have been arrested for possession of unlicenced firearms and ammunition found at a residence in the upscale subdivision of Fortune Bay, Grand Bahama.
A MAN accused of being the mastermind behind a firearms trafficking ring was ordered to pay a $5,000 fine for possession of ammunition or face 18 months in prison on Friday.
A WOMAN awaiting trial on stealing and laundering charges concerning theft of over $500,000 at the College of the Bahamas (COB) said she would submit an alibi to the Office of the Attorney General within 21 days.
CANADIAN resident Bruno Rufa has filed a lawsuit alleging racist and degrading treatment at the hands of the Department of Immigration when he returned to The Bahamas for an ongoing case in Magistrate’s Court.
POLICE are on the hunt for two armed men who ran into the Fleming Street Clinic yesterday morning looking for a man with whom they had had an argument.