ROYAL Bahamas Police Force investigators are expected in Grand Bahama today to investigate how confidential patient records were leaked from the Rand Memorial Hospital and disseminated on social media, Commissioner Paul Rolle told The Tribune yesterday.
POLICE have arrested a woman for making threats against officers.
A GRAND Bahama man was shot on Thursday night, police said.
A MAN was arraigned at the Magistrate Court on Friday for attempted murder and violating curfew.
A 20-year-old man was charged in the Magistrate’s court on Friday for murder and violating the curfew.
A WOMAN and a five-year-old child are in hospital after being shot near a home in Elizabeth Estates yesterday morning, police have said. According to reports, shortly before 10am yesterday, the woman and child had just arrived at a home on Nauri Cre
THE Court of Appeal yesterday overturned the 35-year murder sentence of a man who was accused of shooting another man in the face at a bar in 2014, after he challenged the trial judge’s decision on the basis of “material irregularities and the judge’s decision to reject his no case submission.”
A JAMAICAN man was fined $10,000 after he pleaded guilty to drug possession. Winston Watson, 46, was initially charged alongside nine others: Leigh Roy Carter, 33; Ewart Irving, 53; Giovanni Depass, 37; Junior Anthony, 32; Sheldon Gayle, 37; Lionel
A juvenile was charged in the Freeport Magistrate’s Court yesterday with possession of an unlicensed firearm and violation of curfew.The 16-year-old male appeared before Magistrate Charlton Smith in Court, where he was not required to enter a plea to
SIX people were arraigned yesterday for violating the national curfew, including a man who police allege slapped a woman in their presence. Nathan Mareu was charged with violating the national curfew after he was found in the Marathon Road area Wedn
A MAN and woman were arraigned in court yesterday on six firearm and ammunition charges.
A 25-year-old Freeport man was charged with attempted murder, among other charges, in a Grand Bahama court yesterday.
POLICE are investigating a shooting death on Andros.
A DOZEN people appeared before Magistrate Andrew Forbes yesterday charged with violating the national curfew.
MORE than 100 people were arrested for illegally residing at a church in Marsh Harbour, Abaco early on Saturday morning.