Around 5:30pm on Sunday, February 12th police received a report of a single vehicle car crash on South Road in Warwick in the vicinity of Astwood Park.
It appears that a car was being driven in a westerly direction when it collided with a utility pole.
Apparently the driver, believed to be a 31 year old Warwick man as well as his passengers, believed to be an adult female and a child, escaped serious injury.
Police officers from the Organized and Economic Crime Department of the BPS executed search warrants at two medical offices on Saturday 11th February in connection with an ongoing investigation.
The timing of the warrants was intended to minimize the impact on the businesses and their clients.
A number of records were seized during the searches.
Around 1:30pm on Thursday, February 9th police officers attended a reported three vehicle damage only collision on Washington Street South in the City of Hamilton involving a bus and two vans.
It appears that a bus parked at the Pembroke terminal rolled back and struck a parked van, pushing that vehicle into a second parked van.
There were no reported injuries, as all three vehicles were unoccupied at the time.
Two male suspects have been arrested in connection with the reported stabbing of an 18 year old Pembroke man along The Glebe Road in Pembroke around 5:30pm Tuesday, February 7th.
A court appearance is anticipated in due course.
In light of information today that indicates public protests may be planned at the House of Assembly on Friday 10th February, the Bermuda Police Service would like to remind the public of the role of the police in these matters. The police have a duty to assist those who wish to exercise their rights to participate in peaceful and lawful protest. Such protest activity must not use, advocate, or incite violence, and it must not break any laws. The police also have a duty to protect the Rule of Law, by ensuring that protestors do not obstruct the rights and responsibilities of other people.
Around 5:30pm on Tuesday, February 7th police and first responders were dispatched to a reported assault.
It appears that an 18 year old Pembroke man walking along The Glebe Road in Pembroke was stabbed by two other young men in what initial information suggests may be a gang related incident.
The teenager was treated at the hospital for his injuries and later discharged.
The Bermuda Police Service can now confirm the death of 34 year old Ra'Shun Trott and extends condolences to his family and friends.
It has now been confirmed that Mr. Trott was discovered in an unresponsive state inside a North Court Avenue, Pembroke residence after what is believed to be an industrial accident around 5:45pm Tuesday, February 7th.
Despite life saving efforts at the scene which continued as he was transported via ambulance to hospital, Ra'Shun was pronounced dead at 6:20pm that day.