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December, 2016

  • 15 December

    Treasure Cay Marina Manager Hunts Down Stolen Boat

    A 34-foot SeaVee center console sport fishing boat, worth $140,000, stolen on Tuesday November 22 from Treasure Cay, Abaco, was recovered in Nassau, thanks to the prompt action and dedication of an Association of Bahamas Marinas member.

September, 2016

  • 16 September

    Police Hold Town Meeting in Hope Town

    Members of the Royal Bahamas Police Force, led by Abaco’s new Officer in Charge, Hilton Cash, held a town meeting at St. James Methodist Church in Hope Town on September 8, 2016 to address the concerns of residents.

  • 2 September

    Six Arrests Made Regarding Abaco Boat Theft Ring

    According to reports, the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) have made some headway in breaking a boat theft ring in Abaco after making several arrests near the end of August. The men detained are suspected of stealing over a dozen vessels on the island and are, according to one source, …

August, 2016

  • 11 August

    One Arrest After Recent Spate of Boat Thefts

    “Boat theft is a priority and we will do our endeavor best to curb and reduce the instances of these crimes,” said Superintendent Hilton Cash, new Officer In Charge of Abaco for the Royal Bahamas Police Force regarding the recent boat thefts in Abaco. Thieves struck again in Abaco, stealing …

July, 2016

  • 28 July

    A Statement From Hope Town District Council Regarding Boat Thefts

    The Hope Town District Council feels the need to question our government on a growing crisis that largely is in play within our district; and this is the ongoing boat thefts. Our district of Hope Town, Man-O-War, and Great Guana Cay (and other outlying cays) are targeted due to the …

  • 28 July

    From the Editor’s Desk: The Dregs

    By the time this paper is in your hands the Free National Movement Convention will be in full swing or over. A party leader will be chosen. But will it matter if whoever is chosen adheres to the same tactics and maneuverings that have defined Bahamian governance and political life …

October, 2015

  • 15 October

    June Boat Theft Trial Continues: Adjourned Again to November 12

      On October 7, 2015 the trial continued for three of the persons accused of stealing a 34’ Jupiter boat out of Lubber’s Quarters on June 20. The three accused who were present at trial were Dave Thurston, Rashad Fox and Edgar Pinder. Thurston was arrested on June 20, 2015 …

  • 15 October

    Elbow Cay Residents Form Shoreline Watch Group

    A group of concerned citizens on Elbow Cay met on October 5 to discuss being a part of a shoreline watch group with a view to assist boaters as well as deter illegal activities along their coastline. The group of about 50 persons discussed strategies and ideas and are hoping …

September, 2015

  • 10 September

    Curry: Permanent Defence Force Station Needed

    With the view to curb the ongoing issue of illegal immigration, boat thefts and poaching of local marine resources North Abaco Minister of Parliament Renardo Curry said that he is seeking to have a Royal Bahamas Defence Force station located in Abaco on a permanent basis.

August, 2015

  • 18 August

    Update on Aug 17 Boat Theft Trial

    The trial for three accused boat thieves, Delan Edgecombe, Dave Thurston and Rashad Fox, was held on August 17, 2015 at the Magistrates Court in Marsh Harbour.