A 20-year-old man was charged with attempting to murder another individual in the Hospital Lane area last week. Javar Ferguson, of King Street, stood before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt facing one count of attempted murder in connection wi
THE SON of former Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes will receive a court-appointed lawyer to appeal his prison sentence for sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl entrusted to his wife’s care, The Tribune understands.Officials at the Court of Appea
THE 21-year-old son of Leon Sweeting, who was found stabbed to death in his Ambergris Street home on Friday, is assisting in the investigation into his father’s murder.
A wave of shootings and armed robberies saw Nassau suffer a violent and bloody Thanksgiving weekend.
A man shot by police after attempting knock them down with his vehicle has died of his injuries.
Three men are in hospital after three separate shootings on Friday night and early Saturday morning.
THE COURT of Appeal has not only rejected the appeal of a man seeking to challenge his 10 year prison sentence for a fatal armed robbery in 2012, but has imposed a sentence twice as long as the original after the Crown cross-appealed the appellant's “unduly lenient” sentence.
AN ELDERLY man was found stabbed to death in his Ambergris Street home on Friday morning, according to police.
A man is dead after being shot by police in Fox Hill, police said.
A 22-year-old man was arraigned on one count of murder and six counts of armed robbery in Magistrate’s Court yesterday.
AN American man was arrested at Freeport Harbour after he was allegedly found in possession of dangerous drugs, police reported.
THE COURT of Appeal has dismissed the appeal of two men convicted of an armed robbery of a Burger King restaurant six years ago.
A 24-year-old man was arraigned in Magistrate’s Court yesterday charged with the murder of a Fox Hill resident.
A MAN was shot while sitting in a tattoo shop on Carmichael Road on Tuesday, leaving him and another man, who was shot in a separate incident hours later, in hospital.
THE trial of two men and a teenager accused of murdering former Queen’s College elementary teacher Joyelle McIntosh continued yesterday with video evidence of police interrogating two of the accused days after the incident occurred.