ATTORNEY General Carl Bethel yesterday stressed the case of Bahamas-born Jean Rony Jean-Charles has placed the government in a position uncovered by law or the Constitution, and urged the country to exercise restraint and let the law take its course following Mr Jean-Charles’ release from custody yesterday.
THREE men were arraigned on murder charges yesterday for two separate killings.Donnovan Rolle, 23, and Berkley Belfat, 22, are accused of killing Chamico Mackey, 34, on January 24.Mackey was shot dead while on the porch of his home at Irish Spring Co
POLICE have released the identities of two recent murder victims. The man who died in hospital on Saturday has been identified as Okel Solomon, 45, of Laird Street. According to police, Solomon showed up at the Southern Police Station shortly after 1
BAHAMAS-born Jean Rony Jean-Charles has been released from custody pending the full hearing of the government’s stay applicaton.
POLICE are investigating the circumstances surrounding a shooting incident that left a man dead on Saturday night.
A HAITIAN woman who was reportedly in the country illegally has had her bid to contest her four year sentence for possession of a firearm dismissed after the Court of Appeal found her excuse that she wasn't aware she could appeal her sentence "unsatisfactory".
A WENDY’S employee was yesterday fined more than $12,000 for hitting, rolling over and consequently killing a 52-year-old man with an unlicenced and uninsured vehicle on Monday night before leaving the scene.
THE prosecution yesterday closed its case in the trial of former College of the Bahamas employee Chimeka Gibbs over allegations she stole thousands of dollars from the institution by virtue of her employment.Prosecutor Al-Leecia Delancey indicated to
POLICE arrested two women after seizing drugs and and a gun and are hunting a shooting suspect following two separate incidents yesterday, according to Assistant Commissioner of Police Clayton Fernander.In the first incident, officers responded to re
A 42-year-old man was arraigned in Abaco’s Magistrate’s Court yesterday on ten counts of arson related to Sunday’s destructive fire in The Mud shantytown.
UNDER heavy police guard, four women, one of whom is pregnant, and two juvenile girls were arraigned in a Magistrate’s Court yesterday in connection with the stabbing death of a teenage mother in the Englerston constituency last week.
A 24-year-old woman pleaded guilty to seven charges yesterday stemming from a hit-and-run accident in which she killed a 52-year-old man in an unlicenced and uninsured vehicle.Maronique Paul, of Malcolm Road, stood before Magistrate Carolyn Vogt-Evan
LEGAL arguments in six habeas corpus applications yesterday centred around differing interpretations of the powers extended to immigration officers as prescribed in the Immigration Act.Supreme Court Justice Gregory Hilton adjourned all matters to Feb
THE mother of Sheena Johnson got up and left the courtroom as surveillance footage was shown in the Supreme Court depicting the murders of her daughter and son-in-law Barry at their home in Deadman’s Reef.Sobbing was heard just outside the courtroom
FORMER College of the Bahamas employee Chimeka Gibbs received nearly $270,000 in COB salary deposits to her savings account at CIBC FirstCaribbean bank between 2008 and 2015, Supreme Court jurors heard yesterday.Kim Thurston, manager of CIBC First Ca