Shawn ‘Dirty’ Saunders charged with two counts of attempted murder

COURT DAY – Shawn Saunders (centre) was escorted into the Freeport Magistrate Court on Thursday, May 23, where he was formally charged with two counts of attempted murder. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Shawn Alfred Saunders a.k.a. ‘Dirty’ was hauled before Deputy Chief Magistrate Debbye Ferguson Thursday (May 23) morning, where he had several charges levied against him. During the arraignment in court #1 yesterday, Saunders dressed in a gray and orange shirt and khaki coloured jeans was charged with attempted murder, for the island’s latest reported shootings…
Read more

Seide continues fight to end violence

ISLAND’S LATEST MURDER – Police in Grand Bahama are pictured on the scene of the island’s latest murder, where another young man lost his life. (PHOTO: TFN FILES)

“To the young men out there in The Bahamas, you guys need to just cease for a minute and think. Your life is precious and a gun is not the only solution to deal with a conflict,” said Community Activist and Founder of Reach Out Youth Organization, Dudley Seide. Seide, who has been promoting unity…
Read more

Three Haitian nationals charged

HEAD TO COURT – Three Haitian migrants were taken to Freeport Magistrate Court to be charged for being in breach of the Immigration Act. (PHOTO COURTESY OF BID)

On Tuesday (May 21), Immigration officers escorted three Haitian nationals to Freeport Magistrate Court charging them with being in breach of the Immigration Act. Haitian national Lucien Joseph Charles, 36, made his appearance in the Freeport Magistrate’s Court #1 before Deputy Chief Magistrate Debbye Ferguson. Charles was charged with Overstaying Contrary to Section 28(1) &…
Read more

GBPA and GBCC partner to host seminar

SEMINAR DETAILS – The GBPA’s Invest Grand Bahama Small Business Bureau along with the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce announced plans to host a business management training seminar next week at the Chamber headquarters. Pictured from left are GB Chamber Executive Director Mercynth Ferguson and Lashawn Dames, GBPA. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Local businesses are encouraged to take advantage of the upcoming ProNET Certified Business Management Training Programme on May 29 -30 at the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce. The Grand Bahama Port Au-thority Group of companies (GBPA) in conjunction with the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce (GBCC) will be hosting the two-day seminar. Representatives from the…
Read more

Pin It on Pinterest