Nassau, Bahamas — Bahamas Press is reporting success in the criminal justice system of the Bahamas. Police have arrested the Bahamas’ most notorious criminal, Steven ‘Die’ Stubbs. Stubbs you would know is the suspect wanted for a number of murders across the country.
It is he, we are told, who had threatened to murder innocent senior officers of the law and was complicit in a number of armed robberies in the country.
BP for months had grilled members in the AG office questioning when capture of this notorious gunman will take place. Die led a slew of crimes with his network reeking havoc all over the country.
“This morning ‘Die’ is under heavy police guard in a court of law and is expected to be jailed for all of his crimes including a threat to kill a senior officer of the law. We are satisfied that today comes the day of a great applause for the men and women of the Royal Bahamas Police Force and those who serve in the country’s AG office. We have captured our man and have taken him off the streets,” a senior attorney in the government said.
Bahamas Press salutes Attorney General, John Delaney and his masterful DDP Vinnett Graham Allen for their “Swift Justice” in taking down a criminal network in the country. Allen has been in the Bahamas for less than three months and already we see DELIVERY in her appointment. We also salute Commissioner of Police, Mr. Ellison Greenslade, and the fine men and women of the Royal Bahamas Police Force in their impeccable display of leadership in this. We also share similar accolades to the Minister of National Security, Tommy Turnquest, who has many hills to climb, but has taken a huge BITE OUT OF CRIME with this arrest and arraignment today.
WE SALUTE THEM ALL AND WE THE PEOPLE SHOULD GIVE THEM A ROUSING ROUND OF APPLAUSE!
Shortly before 4:00 am on Saturday 2nd October, 2010 police received a report of an attempted suicide at Gladstone Road. It is reported that a 16 year old female of Gladstone Road attempted to commit suicide. The female was discovered by family members while at home. The victim was taken to hospital via EMS personnel, where she was treated and discharged. Police investigations continue.
Sometime around 5:40 am on Saturday 02nd October, 2010 officers of the mobile division while on patrol on Step Street observed a group of men acting suspiciously. Upon seeing the police the men fled, evading the police. Officers observed one of the males throw and object in the area of a home. Officers conducted a search of the area and recovered a handgun with ammunition. No one was taken into custody. Police investigations continue.
Sometime around 6:30 am on Saturday 02nd October, 2010 police received information of a shooting at Wrights Lane off Fox Hill Road. Police responded and information received that a male while walking on Wrights Lane was approached by another male allegedly armed with a handgun. It is reported that the culprit fired gunshots in the direction of the male, which resulted in that male being shot to the leg. The victim was taken to hospital via EMS personnel where he was treated and discharged. Police investigations continue.