The end of June saw a spike of boat thefts in Abaco causing a great deal of concern to locals and visiting boaters alike.
So much always happens when we have an extra week between issues as was the case with the one currently in your hands. The police have done a noteworthy job of rounding up suspects of the nefarious boat theft ring. Commendable in the fact that they caught some (hopefully most) …
Dear Editor, Regarding the theft issue in The Abacos…It’s been becoming quite a topic of conversation in South Florida, and because of it I decided this summer that I would take my boat elsewhere for the safety of my family. I have a few friends and colleagues whom decided to …
Bahamians like our sets and pairs. Peas n’ Rice, Gin & Coconut Water, Sunshine & Sand. But there seems to be a disconnect between law enforcement and the justice system.
Three suspects who were caught red handed on a stolen vessel on June 20, 2015 appear to be about to go free on a curious technical issue when their court case is heard on August 18.
On Monday, June 22 a Boat Theft and Security Information Meeting and Workshop was held in the Office of the Prime Minister at the Government Complex in Marsh Harbour. The meeting was organized by the Abaco Chamber of Commerce and Marine Operators of The Bahamas. It was hosted by North Abaco Member of Parliament Renardo Curry. The meeting was held to connect authorities (such as the Royal Bahamas Police Force and Royal Bahamas Defence Force) and other concerned stakeholders such as the Ministry of Tourism, Resorts, Insurance Agencies, Boat Rental Companies and other members of the Abaco Chamber of Commerce. All notes from the meeting were compiled and were presented to the Prime Minister and appropriate Cabinet Ministers.
Can somebody please tell me where the real crime is here??