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Remembrance Day Ride for Victims of Hurricane Fabian

Sun, 2005-08-28

September 5, 2005 will mark the second anniversary of Hurricane Fabian and the tragic loss of Police officers Stephen Symons and Nicole O'Connor, Station Duty Officer Gladys Saunders and Corporation of Hamilton worker Manuel Pacheco.

Breaking & Entering

Sat, 2005-08-27

Around 5 this morning, Police attended a reported breaking and entering at a Grape Bay Drive, Paget residence. On arrival officers spoke with the complainants who stated that they awoke around 4:45am to find an unknown man in their home. The male complainant chased the suspect, who was able to make good his escape on foot. The culprit stole $200 in cash. Inquiries into this incident are underway.

Sudden Death

Sat, 2005-08-27

The Bermuda Police Service can now confirm the death of 48 year old Louis Robert Barry of Maryland, U.S.A. was as a result of natural causes. Mr. Barry was found in an unresponsive state around 12:35pm on Thursday in a room at a Southampton guest property. The Bermuda Police Service extends its sincere condolences to the family of the deceased.


Thu, 2005-08-25

Around 5:05 this morning, Police attended a reported theft from Tobacco Bay beach in St. George’s. On arrival officers spoke with a male visitor to the island. He stated that sometime between 3:30am and 4:55am today, his wallet was removed from his clothing which was left in the bar area while he went for a swim. The wallet contained personal items and a LG cellular phone.

Injury RTC

Wed, 2005-08-24

At 12:55pm on Wednesday, Police attended a reported road traffic collision resulting in injury at the junction of Front Street and Parliament Street in the City of Hamilton. It appears that a 59 year old female visitor to the island was walking across the pedestrian crossing when a red Isuzu truck traveling along Front Street turned north on to Parliament Street and collided with her.

Update: Incident at Bermuda International Airport

Tue, 2005-08-23

“In relation to the recent complaint made by U.S. visitor Ms. Jo-An Turman regarding her arrival and search at the Bermuda International Airport, the Bermuda Police Service can now confirm that we have received written confirmation that Ms. Turman has decided not to make a formal complaint.



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