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RBPF Grand Bahama: Suspect arraigned on (4) counts of armed robbery – Suspect arraigned on firearm and ammunition possession
By Terecita Pinder, RBPF
Sep 1, 2017 - 3:23:09 PM

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Suspect arraigned on (4) counts of armed robbery

Freeport, Bahamas - Andy Taylor aka Andy Smith age 23 years of #4 Gambier Drive, Freeport, was arraigned on Thursday 31st August 2017, on (4) counts of Armed Robbery before Deputy Chief Magistrate Debbye Ferguson in Magistrate Court #1. He was not required to enter a plea as the matter is an indictable offence. He was remanded to the Bahamas Department of Corrections until trial on Thursday 14th December 2017.

This is in connection with an incident that occurred on Friday 11th August 2017.

Suspect arraigned on firearm and ammunition possession


Eduardo Evans age 31 years of #52 Raleigh Drive, Freeport, was arraigned on Friday 1st September 2017, on (2) counts of Firearm and Ammunition possession before Deputy Chief Magistrate Debbye Ferguson in Magistrate Court #1. He was not required to enter a plea as the matters are indictable offences. He was remanded to the Bahamas Department of Corrections until trial on Monday 29th January 2018.

This is in connection with an incident that occurred on Thursday 31st August 2017.

Police are appealing to the public to share information on any illegal/suspicious activities in their communities, no matter how small or insignificant (the tip) may seem, members of the public are urged to anonymously contact the police at 919 or crime stoppers at 328-tips (8477) (New Providence) or 1-242-300-8476 (Family Islands)

WEEKLY PREVENTION CRIME TIP - If a crime occurs – report it!

Everyone should consider it his/her responsibility to report crime. Many criminals target favorite areas and have predictable methods of operation. When you report all the facts about a crime, it helps the police assign officers in the places where crimes are occurring or where they are most likely to occur. If you don’t report crime, this allows the criminal to continue to operate without interference.

In many cases, it is the information provided by victims and witnesses that leads to the arrest of a criminal. So tell the police as much as you can; no fact is too trivial. The police need the eyes and ears of all citizens.

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