Bracelet system has too many flaws and people are showing up dead!
Nassau, Bahamas — Breaking News coming into Bahamas Press now confirms more details into that murder of a 22-year-old female who was stabbed multiple times on Bougainvillea Blvd. early Saturday morning.
BP can report the incident happened just after 1am and involved a dangerous love triangle, which saw the end of her life.
While BP has yet to know the name of the victim of the country’s fourth murder, we can report she was a single woman, who was seen earlier that evening along with some friends in the area.
We can confirm the male victim in the incident who was treated and discharged at PMH was another young man whom the victim had just met up with the evening before and he was unaware of the estranged past relationship the victim had with the man now held as a suspect for her murder.
Bahamas Press has learnt the suspect now in custody is a 32-year-old who was wearing an ankle bracelet at the time of the incident is on bail for another incident now before the court.
We can also confirm the ankle bracelet suspect has breached his bail, which proved that no one is really monitoring these persons released back into society.
The developments are shocking to say the least and prove once again that the ankle bracelet system, now operated by a private company, is indeed not working in the Bahamas.
Here is another victim dead, all because people released on bail for incidents are not being monitored.
Meanwhile, Bahamas Press can report that the jails are full Saturday. We can report so many persons were arrested during Friday and Saturday night lock-downs of the city that the police could not find a cell to hold new persons breaking the law.
The crackdown was headed by Leon ‘Da General’ Bethel, who we reported was headed to take over the prison.
Bethel’s transfer to the prison was halted after prison staff stood ready to protest his arrival at the facility. Sources tell us that staff at the prison said they were prepared to walk off the job and call in sick had Bethel been transferred to Fox Hill.
CENTRAL DIVISION OFFICERS MAKE FIREARMS AND DANGEROUS DRUGS ARRESTS.
In keeping with the Commissioners Policing Plan, which speaks of Tackling Crime and Allaying the Fear of Crime. Officers from the Central Division headed by Supt Ashton Greenslade conducted an operation in the Division on Friday 11th January 2013 and on Saturday 12th January 2013, between the hours of 3:00pm -11:00pm.
The purpose of the operation was to target prolific offenders and to increase Police presence within the Division.
The operation yielded the following results:
Drugs and Ammunition Arrest
Around 3:40pm on Friday 11th January 2013 officers acting on information received executed a search warrant on a residence at Dunmore Lane and found a quantity of ammunition along with a quantity of suspected marijuana. As a result two (2) adult males were subsequently arrested and taken into custody.
Around 7:00pm on Friday 11th January 2013 officers acting on information received conducted a search of bushes through Sands Lane off Mason’s Addition and uncovered a quantity of suspected marijuana. No one was taken into custody.
Dangerous Drugs Arrest
Around 10:00pm on Friday 11th January 2013 officers acting on information received conducted a search of a 32-year old male at the junction of Wellington Street and Baillou Road and uncovered a quantity of suspected marijuana. The suspect was subsequently arrested and taken into custody.
Machine Gun Uncovered/Suspect Arrested
Sometime on Saturday 12th January 2013 officers acting on information received executed a search warrant at a home in Peter Street and Hospital Lane where they uncovered a machine gun along with a quantity of ammunition. As a result three (3) males were arrested and taken into custody.
Shotgun Uncovered/ Suspect Arrested
Sometime on Saturday 12th January 2013 a team of other officers acting on information received executed a Search Warrant at a residence located at Hutchinson Street and found an unlicensed shotgun along with a quantity of ammunition. As a result an adult male was subsequently arrested and taken into custody.
ELEUTHERA DIVISION OFFICERS UNCOVERS DANGEROUS DRUGS
Around 2:00pm on Saturday 12th January 2013 officers from the Eleuthera Division acting on information received conducted a search at a location in Tarpum Bay and uncovered a quantity of suspected marijuana. No one was taken into custody.
Investigations are ongoing.
MOBILE DIVISION OFFICERS UNCOVERS FIREARM
Around 8:00pm on Saturday 12th January 2013 officers from the Mobile Division acting on information received conducted a search of an unoccupied building at Sunshine Park
Subdivision and uncovered a handgun. No one was taken into custody.
Investigations are ongoing.
POLICE UNCOVERS FIREARM
Around 8:30pm on Saturday 12th January 2013 Police acting on information received uncovered a handgun at an undisclosed location in New Providence. No one was taken into custody.
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