Christie’s Saturation Patrols are already working
Nassau, Bahamas — Fox Hill Police Station today is reporting closure in a case of a missing teen. The young innocent was discovered just after saturation patrols in the area locked down a home in the historic community.
And from what we know it was there where police found the 13-year-old, who graduated from the Sadie Curtis Primary School in 2010.
The Eastern Division contacted police control room and reported that, acting on information provided by a stellar officer, a team of officers from the Fox Hill Station saturated themselves around a residence in Fox Hill where they cracked the case of the missing teen.
The home where the young girl was found is situated on the main road south of the round about.
Officers report that while at that residence they conducted a search and discovered young 13-year-old Labrea Ferguson hiding in a back room.
A male resident was taken into custody.
POLICE INVESTIGATES SHOOTING INCIDENT
Police are investigating a shooting incident that has left a 38 year old man of Cowpen Road in hospital.
Initial police reports indicate that shortly before 2:00 am on Thursday 24th May, 2012 the victim was driving his vehicle through Burial Ground Corner when he was approached by a male and subsequently shot.
The victim drove himself to hospital where he is detained in stable condition. Police are investigating.
POLICE REQUEST PUBLIC HELP IN LOCATING ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECTS
Police are requesting the public’s assistance in locating two (2) men responsible for two (2) separate armed robberies that occurred on Wednesday 23rd May, 2012.
The first incident reportedly occurred shortly before 4:00 pm at a business establishment on Boyd Road. According to police reports a male wearing dark jeans and a red hooded jacket entered the establishment allegedly armed with a handgun, demanding cash.
The culprit reportedly robbed the store of an undisclosed amount of cash and fled the area on foot in a northerly direction along Providence Avenue.