Another male shows up dead in the bloodiest city in the Northern Caribbean – Nassau


Drastic times require a DRASTIC ASSAULT ON CRIME!!!

Nassau, Bahamas — Three males have show up dead in 24 hours as the bloodbath in the Bahamas continues <<< Police are investigating the circumstances into the third death on Saturday.

The body of a man was found in the pond at the rear of the National Insurance Building, Baillou Hill Road. The man was reportedly found around 7:20 am on Saturday 19th May, 2012 with injuries to the upper body.

We at BP believe it is a MURDER. It is the third incident in 24 hours.

Police are investigating and are appealing to members of the public who may have any information regarding this incident to contact police @ 919, 322-333/4, the CENTRAL DETECTIVE UNIT @ 502-9991, 502-9910 or CRIMESTOPPERS @ 328-TIPS.


In keeping with the Commissioner of Police 2012 policy plan, “Tackling Crime and Improving Community Safety”, the Royal Bahamas Police Force launched operation “Selective Enforcement”. The operation was conducted between 8:30 pm on Friday 18th May, 2012 and 3:30am on Saturday19th, May, 2012 and resulted in sixty(63) drivers being cited for various traffic offences and eleven (11) people being arrested on outstanding Warrants of Arrest.

Additionally, eleven (11) persons were arrested for various offences such as House-breaking, Threats of Death, Obscene Language, Stealing from a vehicle, Disorderly Behavior, Throwing Missiles, and Resisting Arrest. The operation consisted of officers from the Carmichael, Southeastern, South Central, Southern, Northeastern and Eastern Divisions.


Two (2) handguns along with a large quantity of ammunition and drugs were confiscated from a local business establishment at Key West Street. Preliminary reports indicate that around 1:30 am on Saturday 19th May, 2012 officers of the Northeastern Division, Mobile Division and the Central Detective acting on information conducted a search of the establishment and uncovered the items.

No one was arrested in connection with the items; however, a 24 year old male of Sumner Street, South Beach was arrested for being in violation of his curfew.


Nassau, Bahamas – A 33 year old man of Forbes Street, Nassau Village is in police custody after being found in possession of a handgun and ammunition. Officers of the Mobile Division arrested the man around 10:45 am on Friday 18th May, 2012. Initial reports indicate that officers acting on information from Police Control Room went to Taylor Street, Nassau Village where they arrested the man and confiscated the items. Active police investigations continue.


Police are investigating two (2) separate shootings that have left two (2) men in hospital. The first incident reportedly occurred around 2:10 pm on Friday 18th May, 2012 at Winders Terrace off Malcolm Road. Initial reports are that a 30 year old man of Yamacraw Shores was at Winders Terrace when he was approached by two (2) men and subsequently shot to the leg. The victim was taken to hospital where he is detained in stable condition.

The second incident reportedly occurred shortly after 8:00 pm and resulted in a 26 year old man of Podoleo Street, receiving multiple gunshot injuries to the body.

Preliminary reports are that the victim was at Meadow Lane off East Street when he was approached by four (4) males and subsequently shot. The victim was taken to hospital via EMS personnel where he is detained in critical condition.

Police are actively investigating both incident and appealing to members of the public who may have any information regarding any of these incident to contact police at 919, 322-3333/4, the CENTRAL DETECTIVE UNIT @ 502-9991, 502-9910 or CRIMESTOPPERS @ 328-TIPS.

WHAT EVERY CITIZEN SHOULD KNOW: According to section 212 subsection
nine (9) of The Penal Code, Chapter 84: every person who loiters, carouses or the like in or about any shop, in any public place, and does not quietly move away when desired so to do by any peace officer or by the owner of the shop or his agent; shall, in every case, be liable to a penalty of one hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00).


  1. This Murder Situation Is Way Out Of Hand. This Is Not A Government Problem. We As A Nation Have To Come Together As One. This Is Everybodys Problem And Together We Can Combat it. But Only If We Join Together As One.

  2. Well I am sad to hear all this happen in one night however I was just informed that my niece and her cousin was robbed at gunpoint on Cowpen Road. Right next to the road in an open area mind you. They had wanted to steal the car they were using which was a Honda. It was apparently decked out and they needed the keys. They stole my nieces purse and the keys to the vehicle but due to the fact that there was more than one car key on the set they were unable to take the car because it would take time to figure out which key started the engine. They called the police to be told that to them it wasn’t a priority and that they sent all the cars to this one place and she needed to come in and make a report. She just was robbed outside a family residence and you expect her to calmly walk outside to go to a police station all because you don’t deem her case a priority to send a car. That isn’t right because imagine if those guys were waiting for them to come back outside to force them to get in the car and make it work and take them where ever or worse.

    So you mean to tell me that the police officers of this country does not consider my niece a priority because she was not shot. They prefer I loose a niece before they consider it necessary to get their backsides up and investigate something. Yes there is crime all around and persons are dying I understand that, but at least show some consideration for those who were spared the loss of life as well.

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