Royal Bahamas Police Force Crime Report 14/1/2022

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POLICE ARRESTED ONE MALE FOR POSSESSION OF DANGEROUS DRUGS WITH INTENT TO SUPPLY.

In keeping with Priority # 3 of the Commissioner’s Policing Plan 2021, “Criminal Investigations & Solvability focal point to impact crime. On Thursday 13th January 2022, a team of officers from the South Western Division, Grand Bahama executed a search warrant on a residence situated on Schooner Lane, South Bahamia. Upon the officer’s arrival, a search was conducted of the residence, and while searching a bedroom officers found a quantity of suspected marijuana. As a result, an adult male was arrested and is assisting with the investigation. Investigations are being continued.

POLICE ARRESTED ONE MALE ON ABACO FOR POSSESSION OF DANGEROUS DRUGS WITH INTENT TO SUPPLY.

On Thursday 13th January 2022, shortly after 3:00pm a team of officers from Coopers Town Police Station, while on routine mobile patrol in the area of the little Abaco 2 bridge, stop a white Buick vehicle for a traffic offence, when the driver begin to act suspiciously. A search was then conducted of his vehicle, where a black garbage bag containing 15 packages of suspected marijuana was found. Additionally, a further search was conducted of the truck of the vehicle, where a second black garbage bag was found containing suspected marijuana. Officer’s also confiscated $665.00 suspected to be proceeds of crime. As a result, the adult male driver was arrested and is assisting with the investigation. Investigations are being continued.

THREE MALES WERE ARRESTED FOR POSSESSION OF DANGEROUS DRUGS.

On Thursday 13th January 2022, shortly before 4:00pm, a team of officers from the Predator Units, while conducting mobile patrols, observed a Grey four-door Acura TSX with three male occupants in the area of Hepburn Town, Eight Mile Rock. Attempts were made to stop the vehicle when the driver sped off at a high rate of speed. The officers pursued the vehicle when the driver was observed throwing an object from the inside of the vehicle. The vehicle eventually came to stop and the males were taken to the area the object was thrown. Officers then searched the area and found a clear plastic bag containing a quantity of suspected marijuana. As a
result, the three males were arrested for possession of dangerous drugs. Investigations are being continued.

The Royal Bahamas Police Force wants to thank the general public for their continued support, as we work together to make the Bahamas a safer place for all. We will continue to enforce all laws to create safer communities.

Source: The Royal Bahamas Police Force