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Cop: Five of six GB murders solved

ANNUAL CRIME REPORT – Senior police officials in Grand Bahama, along with media personnel and members of the clergy gathered in the conference room of the Gerald Bartlett Police Complex Tuesday (January 8) morning, joining their counterparts in New Providence for the annual crime report and statistics, presented by the Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson and his executive team. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

Of the six murders recorded in Grand Bahama for 2018, five of those cases were solved, said the nation’s top cop, Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson, yesterday – Tuesday, January 8. COP Ferguson revealed the nation’s 2018 crime report and statistics via video conference from New Providence, with local media personnel gathered in the conference…
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Overall crime down eight percent says police chief

Overall there has been a reduction in crime by eight percent in 2018, when compared to the 2017 statistics, Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson revealed Tuesday, January 8, during a joint press briefing with members of the press in New Providence, Grand Bahama and other Family Islands. While the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) is…
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Majority Rule Ecumenical Service set for Thursday, Jan. 10

HARCOURT BROWN, Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister, GB 

The island’s observance of the 52nd Anniversary of Majority Rule is scheduled for Thursday, January 10, during an Ecumenical Service at the Pro Cathedral of Christ the King beginning promptly at 10:00 a.m. Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister, Grand Bahama, Harcourt Brown made the announcement yesterday. “On January 10, there will…
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Stern words from GB Traffic Chief

SUPT. JEREMY HENFIELD, OIC, GB Traffic Division

Bicycles, four wheelers and other all terrain vehicles (ATV’s) being used as modes of transportation, should be licensed and registered with The Road Traffic Department, said Superintendent of Police, Jeremy Henfield, Officer-In-Charge (OIC) Traffic Division, Grand Bahama. In a recent interview with this daily, Supt. Henfield noted that while many children received four wheelers and…
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