Curfew Breaches

Thursday, April 09,2020

At around 10:30 pm on Wednesday 8th April, police officers observed a motorcycle travelling in a westerly direction on Spice Hill Road, Warwick.  Officers pursued the motorcycle as it was during curfew time and the passenger had no helmet. The rider failed to stop and the motorcycle which is registered to a Sandys Parish residence, was later found abandoned at the bottom of Wellman Lane in Warwick. Forty minutes later officers were again on Spice Hill Road Warwick, when they saw a black ca go past them.  Officers followed the car as the driver accelerated, turned on to Camp Road, refused to stop and went on to the railway trial off Scenic Heights. Officers were subsequently able to stop the vehicle and the driver was arrested and charged for breach of curfew. Then at 2:20 this morning Thursday 9th April, officers were on patrol on Harrington Sound Road near the junction with Knapton Hill in Smiths Parish when they stopped two who were out running. Both individuals were advised that they will be issued with a summons to appear before the courts.

Covid-19 Breaches

Tuesday, April 07,2020

At around 4:14 am today, Tuesday 07-Apr-2020, police were conducting traffic stops along North Shore Road at the junction with Radnor Road, Hamilton Parish. The officers stopped a car driven by a male who had been stopped three times in two days. It was discovered that he did not have a curfew exemption and was arrested for being in breach of Shelter in Place Regulations and transported to the Hamilton Police Station where he was processed and detained. Shortly after 3:30 pm yesterday Monday 06-Apr-2020, police officers were performing vehicle checks on the junction of North Shore Road and Middle Road in Flatts, when they stopped a vehicle and spoke to the male driver who indicated he was his way to deliver an item to his girlfriend’s house. He too was arrested for Breach of Shelter in Place Regulations. He was taken to HPS where he was processed and detained.    Members of the public are reminded that in order to obtain exemption permission, they are to submit their application to: https://forms.gov.bm/covid19/shelter


Monday, April 06,2020

Three individuals were last night stopped by police for being in breach of the current curfew regulations. One individual, a female, was stopped twice. She was taken into custody and detained at the Hamilton Police Station after being stopped on the second occasion at around 10:15pm in Flatts Village. At 10:36p.m another individual, a male was seen walking along Front St. He was stopped by police officers who advised them that he will be issued with a summons to appear before the courts. Then at 3:09am today another male was approached by officer for breach of curfew, after he was found at Fort Scaur inside his car. He too was advised that he will be issued with a summons to appear before the courts. Tucker. A summons is also to be issued to the individual who stopped for breach of curfew earlier this week.

Arrests Made After Burglary At Coconut Rock

Monday, March 30,2020

Around 5:15 this morning, Monday 30th March, it was discovered that unlawful entry had been gained to Coconut Rock restaurant.  Enquiries were made and it was discovered that culprits had forced entry in to the premises It is unknown exactly what had been taken.  The Investigation led police officers to Queen Elizabeth Park in the City of Hamilton where a number of persons were arrested as well as items relating to the burglary were recovered. The suspects remain in police custody whilst the enquiries in to this crime continues.


Wednesday, March 04,2020

At around 10:30 pm on Tuesday 3-Mar-2020, the Bermuda Police Service received several reports of gunshots in the Jones Village, Warwick area. Out of an abundance of caution, officers conducted extensive door to door enquiries and searches in the Jones Village and surrounding areas. However, they found no forensic or other evidence to confirm that a firearm had been discharged. Further, checks at KEMH did not indicate anyone was being treated for gunshot wounds. Checks of CCTV in the area also showed nothing to confirm a firearms incident. We would like to remind members of the public, if they have any information regarding illegal firearms, to please contact the main police number, 295-0011 or the confidential Crime Stoppers Hotline, 800-8477. ,


10 April 2020

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