POLICE have released the identities of two of the country’s latest murder victims.
A MAN was sentenced to 24 months in prison yesterday Kendal Nairn, 33, appeared before Magistrate Andrew Forbes facing a charge of possession of dangerous drugs with intent to supply concerning a seizure by police on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2016 in Montell Heights.
A MAN was fined $5,000 yesterday after he pleaded guilty to possession of dangerous drugs with intent to supply.
A MAN was remanded to prison without bail yesterday after he was arraigned in Magistrate’s Court on two firearms related offences.
A WOMAN is recovering in hospital after she was shot several times in a drive-by shooting late Monday night.
THE first homicide of 2017 was recorded in the capital mere hours into the new year when a man, whose body was riddled with gunshots, was discovered by a group of friends in an efficiency apartment on Dabloon Drive, off Faith Avenue on Sunday.
A YOUNG man was reported killed and three people wounded in a shooting incident in Sandilands Village Road, Fox Hill, on New Year's Eve according to police.
THE murderous end to the year in the Bahamas continued on Saturday morning with the shooting of a man as he left a club on West Bay Street, his lifeless body being pulled from his vehicle in the water at Saunders Beach.
POLICE in New Providence took two men into custody following the seizure of two illegal firearms in separate incidents on Thursday.
A MAN will stand trial in Magistrates Court next month in connection with an midday attack and cellular phone theft from a minor.
PAY the fine or do the time was a magistrate’s order yesterday to an American man who pleaded guilty when charged with possession of dangerous drugs.
A MAN was remanded to prison yesterday after he was arraigned in Magistrate’s Court concerning a stolen $28,000 car that was allegedly found in his possession.
POLICE discovered the lifeless body of a man who was beaten and wrapped in a blanket on a service road near Tom “The Bird” Grant Park in Yellow Elder Gardens around 1pm on Thursday.
CHIEF Superintendent Clayton Fernander, officer-in-charge of the Central Detective Unit, warned drivers yesterday to be “extra cautious” after armed men forced a couple to stop their vehicle in the middle of the road before shooting and killing the driver.
AN AMERICAN tourist was granted $1,000 cash bail yesterday after he was charged in connection with a physical altercation with another tourist that occurred on Paradise Island during the Boxing Day holiday.