Nassau Man and Woman to be Arraigned On Murder & Attempted Murder Charges Friday

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Violent incident left this marine Tino Deangelo Dorsette dead.

Nassau, Bahamas – Wanted suspect Emmanuel Rolle will appear in court at 11:00am to be formally charged for the murder of Defense Force Marine Angelo Dorsett Jr. and the attempted murder of two others that occurred on Sunday 25th January 2015.

Also an adult female will appear in court at 11:00am to be formally charged for the murder of Andrea Carroll that occurred at Deadman’s Cay, Long Island on 29th November 2014.

DEU OFFICERS RECOVER 2 FIREARMS

POLICE has taken two more firearms off the streets of New Providence in separate incidents on Thursday29th January 2015.

In the first incident, shortly after 6:30pm, officers from the Drug Enforcement Unit acting on intelligence went to an abandoned building located on Key West Street, where they uncovered a handgun along with 2 live rounds of ammunition. Also a quantity of marijuana was found.

In the second incident, shortly after 7:00pm, officers from the Drug Enforcement Unit acting on intelligence went to a bushy area located at Millennium Gardens, where they uncovered a sub-machine gun.No arrests were made in these two incidents.

16 ARRESTED DURING TWO SEPARATE POLICE OPERATIONS

POLICE are reporting the arrest of 11 persons in separate operations conducted by officers from the Southeastern and Southwestern Divisions on Thursday 29th January 2015.During the operation conducted by Southeastern Division officers, 7 persons were arrested for various offences such as murder, shop breaking and possession of dangerous drugs.During the operation conducted by Southwestern Division officers, 9 persons were arrested for various offences such as, house breaking, possession of dangerous drugs, stolen vehicle and outstanding court warrants. Additionally, two stolen vehicles were recovered.

The Southeastern operation was under the command of Superintendent Maxine Leary-Rolle and theSouthwestern operation was under the command of Superintendent Matthew Edgecombe.