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Today, 12 May, the RCIPS released its 2020 Crime and Traffic Statistics, and the Senior Command Team held a press conference to discuss the main developments and trends described in the statistics with the media.
On Friday, 7 May, officers conducted a search of a residence on School Road in George Town, under the Misuse of Drugs Act. During the course of the search, officers recovered a quantity of ganja, a quantity of cocaine, and drug utensils.
Yesterday, 10 May, the RCIPS Welfare Football Club kicked off its annual football league, the Commissioner’s Cup. The theme of the event is “Working In The Community, Working For The Community.”
On Saturday, 1 May, the RCIPS Community Policing Unit along with the residents of Windsor Park gathered at the Windsor Park Community Park in honour of the revitalization project that was organized by the Windsor Park Community Officer - PC Tamara Jackson.
Teshay Bryan, age 16 of George Town, who was reported missing on Sunday, 25 April, has been located and appears to be in good health. The RCIPS thanks the public for their assistance.
Absconded teen located.
The RCIPS is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 41-year-old Henry York Carter who is wanted by the police for breaking the terms of his conditional release.
On, 10 February, wanted man Mitchum Kenjo Wood was located and arrested by police officers in the North Side area. He is now in police custody. Otis Melbourne Myles remains at large (see below) and the RCIPS continues to seek the public’s assistance in locating him.
North West Point Road in the vicinity of Invicta Drive has been closed to the public as a result of the collision. The RCIPS apologises for any inconveniences caused and encourage motorist to avoid this are if possible.
Shortly after 2:00AM today, 24 April, officers responded to a report of a single-vehicle collision on Shamrock Road, in the vicinity of Coral Bay Village.
On Sunday, 25 April, portions of Elgin Avenue and Shedden Road, in the vicinity of the RBC Building on Shedden Road, will be closed to facilitate works on the building.
Fort Street will be closed between Harbour Drive and Constitution Hall from 7:00PM this evening, Tuesday, 20 April, until 6:00AM Thursday, 22 April, in order to facilitate the swearing-in of the newly elected Members of Parliament.