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The RCIPS is taking this opportunity to urge the public not to drink and drive, but instead to make a plan for transportation if you decide to drink. If arrested and convicted for DUI, you will lose your license for a minimum of 12 months, in addition to paying a fine.
The RCIPS has been made aware of incidents where minors between the ages of 11 years and 16 years have been engaging in planned and organised fights at the John Gray High School, which are subsequently being posted on social media.
A woman, age 34 of George Town, has been arrested and formally charged with several offenses in relation to a series of theft incidents in George Town.
Shortly before 2:20PM yesterday, 17 November, officers responded to a report of an incident at the UCCI campus on Olympic Way. It was reported that an altercation had taken place involving multiple persons, at least two of whom had brandished bladed weapons. No one was injured during the incident.
Just after 1PM yesterday, 16 October, 25-year-old Mr. Maroe Shaw of George Town was reported missing to the police.
Missing teenager, Jeremy Scott of Bodden Town, has been located and appears to be in good health. The RCIPS thanks the public for their assistance in this matter.
Just before 4:25PM today 25 June, police located and arrested wanted man Simon Julio Newball in the Eastern Avenue area of George Town. He has now been formally charged with 11 offenses, and appears in court Monday morning, 29 June.
Brianna Ebanks, Age 12, of West Bay, has been located and appears to be in good health. The RCIPS thanks the press and the public for their assistance in the matter.
The RCIPS can now confirm the identity of the victim in the fatal collision which took place on Saturday, 7 November, on Powell Smith Road, West Bay. The rider of the motorcycle which was involved in the collision has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and other traffic offenses.
Police and other emergency services have been dispatched to a structural fire on Hirst Road, near the junction of Rex Crighton Boulevard. As a result of the fire on Hirst Road, the roadway has been closed to the public while the CIFS works to extinguish the fire.
Just before 12:15AM today, police and other emergency services were dispatched by the 9-1-1 Communication Centre to a report of a single vehicle collision along Seaview Road, In East End. The collision involved a green Honda Civic and as a result of the collision a light pole, along with power lines fell into the street.
As a result of road works scheduled for this weekend, the eastbound lane of Mary Street will be closed to traffic, between North Church Street and Fort Street, from 7:00AM on Saturday, 17 October, through Sunday, 18 October, and is expected to re-open by early Monday morning, 19 October.