Operation Quaker continues to target drunk driving and speeding island wide. This weekend the focus was on Sunday brunch events and saw 54 speeding tickets issued and officers arresting 9 persons for driving under the influence.
The technical issue at the Bodden Town Police Station has now been resolved. The station can once again be contacted directly at 947-2220.
At about 1:45AM on Tuesday, 22 June, officers responded to a report of an aggravated burglary at an address off John McLean Drive, East End. The man involved has since been formally charged with Aggravated Burglary. He appeared in court yesterday, 24 June, and was remanded in custody, pending a further appearance today, 25 June.
The RCIPS is advising the public of the following road closures that will be taking place on Friday, 25 June, from 8:00AM to 1:00PM to facilitate a ceremony commemorating the renaming of Harbour Drive to Seafarers Way.
Last night, 23 June, officers responded to a report of a robbery at a barber shop on Eastern Avenue, near the School Road intersection, which took place shortly before 8:30PM.
This weekend, as Operation Quaker continued, officers carried out high visibility patrols and several vehicle check points. Particular attention was focused on Sunday during daylight and late evening hours. The operation continues to target drunk driving and speeding island wide.
Just after 5AM yesterday, 17 June, police carried out a search at a residence in the West Bay District. During the search officers found a quantity of ganja and ganja plants. No arrests were made in relation to the drugs, however inquiries are ongoing.
Shortly after 10:30PM yesterday, 16 June, officers responded to a report of a serious assault at an address on Patrick’s Avenue, George Town, where a man was wounded. Officers arrested the suspect in the incident, a woman age 34 of George Town, on suspicion of wounding. She remains in custody as investigations continue.
Shortly after 6:00AM yesterday, 14 June, officers responded to a report of an aggravated burglary at an address on Oakmill Street, George Town. It was reported that the occupant of the residence had been awoken by two masked men who had entered the residence and appeared to be searching it.