The Bermuda Police Service has compiled an Information Statement in preparation for the introduction of the Public Access to Information Act 2010. In accordance with Section 5 (4) of the act, as of April 1st 2015, the Information Statement will be made available for inspection by the public at Police Headquarters in Devonshire, at any police station, at the Bermuda National Library, at the Bermuda Archives and online at http://www.bermudapolice.bm.
On Saturday, May 23rd at 10:55pm 50 year old Troy Hewey died as a result of injuries received in the road traffic collision that took place at 8am on Friday on Middle Road in Southampton.
The Bermuda Police Service would like to extend our sincere condolences to the family and friends of the deceased and an investigation into the death of Mr. Hewey is underway. Police would like to speak with anyone who saw the collision and encourage any witnesses to please contact police on 295-0011.
At last check the 50 year old Southampton man injured when the motorcycle he was riding apparently collided with a truck on Middle Road in Southampton near the junction with Industrial Park Road around 8am today was in critical condition.
Another rider injured in a separate collision with the ambulance transporting the first victim apparently sustained leg injuries, which are not believed to be life threatening.
Around 8am Friday, May 22nd a reported serious collision occurred on Middle Road in Southampton, apparently near the junction with Industrial Park Road, involving a truck and a motorcycle.
Details are limited at this time; however it appears that the motorcyclist involved sustained serious injuries and has been taken to hospital via ambulance for treatment.
Superintendent Darrin Simons – Good Morning. The Bermuda Police Service wishes to take this opportunity to advise the public on a number of matters to ensure a peaceful and safe time during this year’s Heritage Day holiday weekend.
The purpose of this press conference is to share with the community the general policing plan. As you are aware, this weekend marks the unofficial start to summertime activities on the water. Therefore, along with the Bermuda Reserve Police, there will be a visible law enforcement presence on our waterways.
The Bermuda Police Service can now confirm the death of 52 year old American visitor Kevin Keeley and extends condolences to his family and friends.
It appears that Mr. Keeley, from California, was initially aboard the local pleasure boat ‘Aristocat’ before he encountered difficulty while swimming in the waters near Watford Bridge in Sandys parish around 3:45pm Wednesday, May 20th.
Around 3:45pm Wednesday, May 20th first responders were dispatched to report of a 52 year old American visitor encountering difficulty while swimming in the waters near Watford Bridge in Sandys parish.
It appears that the 52 year old, believed to be from California, was initially aboard the local pleasure boat ‘Aristocat’.