Police have busted a boat theft ring in Abaco, arresting several men who are known repeat offenders and suspected of stealing over a dozen vessels on that island.
The jury in the Supreme Court murder trial of high school student Adonai Wilson was excused on Friday due to lengthy legal discussions between the Crown and the defence counsel.
TWO teens sought forgiveness yesterday from the parents of Adonai Wilson moments after they admitted involvement in a scuffle that led to the 16-year-old’s stabbing death.
A WOMAN is in police custody after she was accused of stabbing her boyfriend to death during a heated argument early yesterday morning.
A 31-year old Bahamian mother of two has been arrested and charged in connection with cocaine trafficking offences in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A MAN, who spent more than two years in custody awaiting trial on a murder charge, was granted bail in the Supreme Court yesterday.
THREE men awaiting trial on a murder charge appeared in the Supreme Court for a status hearing yesterday.
TWO police officers are recovering in hospital after a suspect crashed a stolen vehicle into a police cruiser while attempting to evade arrest.
A MAN who was shot multiple times during an argument in front of his home died in hospital early yesterday morning.
TWO men were arraigned in Magistrate’s Court yesterday in connection with the recent seizure of nearly $2 million worth of cocaine by law enforcement.
A MAN and a juvenile were remanded to prison yesterday after they were arraigned in connection with a recent gunpoint robbery at Potter’s Cay Dock.
A MAN awaiting trial on a murder charge said he would submit an alibi to the Office of the Attorney General within 21 days.
A MAN was remanded to prison yesterday after he was arraigned in Magistrate’s Court concerning three home invasions and sexual assaults.
A MAN was shot dead in Freeport on Tuesday, pushing the homicide count on the island of Grand Bahama to 13 this year.
A JUDGE presiding over the trial concerning the murder of a Doris Johnson Senior High School student assured a jury that proceedings will continue on Thursday after announcing that their presence would not be needed for another 48 hours.