Possession of Dangerous Drugs with the Intent to Supply
On Monday, August 18, between the hours of 1:10 pm and 2:00 pm Officers with the Drug Enforcement Outpost Abaco Division accompanied by Officers of the Guana Cay Police Station carried out operation “Guana Cay.” On the Island of Guana Cay, Abaco.
Officers executed a search warrant on the premises of Tyrone Kelly (Jamaican National – with no status and no identification). On Tuesday August 19, the defendant appeared before Magistrate Ancella Evans and pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to four (4) years at Her Majesty Prison. At the end of his sentence he is ordered to be deported.
Shop breaking & Stealing
At 2:36am on Tuesday, August 19, Officers of the M.H.P.S. reported while on mobile patrol, discovered that some unknown person(s) had entered a local store located downtown Marsh Harbour and stole clothing. On August 21, officers arrested the suspects – a 16 year old of Crown Haven Abaco, a 16 year old of Crown Haven and a 16 year old of the Pigeon Peas. The suspects admitted to the offences and were charged. The items were recovered.
A 39 year old male of Marsh harbour, Abaco and boat mechanic reported that sometime between the hours of 5:00pm on Friday, August 15 and 8:00am on Monday, August 18 some unknown person(s) entered his premise and stole an undetermined amount of items; value unknown. Investigation continues.
At 3:25am on August 24, Officers at the Green Turtle Cay Police Station reported that at about 2:30am on that morning, a 39 year old female of Green Turtle Cay, Abaco, reported that sometime around 1:30am on the same date, while at her residence, she was assaulted by her roommate a 49 year old male causing injuries. At 5:27am on Sunday, August 24 Officers of the G.T.C.P.S. arrested the suspect who was charged and released on $2000.00 bail.
Possession of Dangerous Drugs
Officers of the M.H.P.S. while on patrol in a marked police vehicle in the vicinity of Dundas Town, at 2:45am searched an 18 year old male of forest drive, Murphy Town, Abaco in reference to Dangerous Drugs and firearms and discovered a quantity suspected marijuana. He was subsequently arrested and charged for the offence and is expected to appear before magistrate court Coopers Town. He is also expected to appear on an outstanding warrant for arrest.
Fraud and Possession of Fraudulent Documents
At 1:30pm on Friday, August 22, an anonymous caller contacted the M.H.P.S. and reported that there was a group of strange males in a self-drive vehicle who were acting in a suspicious manner and making substantial purchases from local business in the Treasure Cay and Marsh Harbour area. Officers of the M.H.P.S. were dispatched to investigate. Sometime around 2:30pm on the same date, officers located the SD vehicle in the Marsh harbour area and arrested three males who were found in possession of three (3) credit cards that did not belong to them. The suspects are a 42 year old, 41 year old and a 23 year old male. Investigation continues.
At 12:32pm on Wednesday, August 20, a 69 year old male of Hope Town, Abaco, reported that sometime between 5:00pm on Tuesday and 9:00am on Wednesday, some unknown person(s) entered his business situated in Hope Town and stole cash. Investigations continue.
A 64 year old male of Green Turtle Cay, Abaco, reported that sometime between 4:00pm on Friday, August 15 and 8:00am on Monday, August 18, some unknown person(s) entered his property located in Marsh Harbour and stole boat items. Investigations continue.
At 4:50pm on Saturday, August 23, Officers of the Sandy Point Police Station reported that there was a traffic accident in the area of Bahama Palm Shores and persons were seriously injured. Officers reported arriving on the scene finding a blue colored Suzuki Grand Vitara Jeep in the bushes on the western side of the Ernest Dean Highway. The vehicle was occupied by four persons of Murphy Town, Abaco. A 21 year-old male of Murphy Town was pronounced dead and was transported to the morgue at Princess Margaret Hospital in New Providence for autopsy. Investigation continues.