POLICE SHOOTING VICTIMS IDENTIFIED
Nassau, Bahamas - Police have officially identified
the male who was shot and killed on Sunday, 9th June, 2019 at Price
Street, Nassau Village as Deshawn Norman Culmer, age 21 years of Nassau
The male who was shot and killed on Tuesday, 11th June,
2019 at a business establishment on John F. Kennedy Drive, has been
officially identified as Alfred Gerard Kemp, age 37 years.
with information which can assist these investigations is asked to
contact the Central Detective Unit at 502-9991/2, Crime Stoppers at
328-8744 (TIPS) or 919/911.
Investigations are ongoing.
Troyanna Williams, age 17 years of Pride Estate, has been found and reunited with her family. She is in good health.
Police wishes to thank members of the public for their assistance in locating Troyann Williams.
ARE APPEALING TO ANYONE WITH INFORMATION REGARDING THIS OR ANY CRIME,
NO MATTER HOW SMALL OR INSIGNIFICANT (THE TIP) MAY SEEM, TO ANONYMOUSLY
CALL POLICE AT 919 OR CRIME STOPPERS AT 328-TIPS (8477) (NEW PROVIDENCE)
OR 1-242-300-8477 (FAMILY ISLANDS)
CRIME PREVENTION TIP: In an effort to combat theft from vehicles, we
encourage vehicle owners to employ some basic preventative measures:
- Always lock your vehicle, whether it is parked in a garage, your driveway or a parking lot.
- Never leave your car unoccupied with the motor running.
- Keep personal valuables, such as handbags, wallets, laptops, cell phones, etc., out of plain view.
- Take all valuables with you or store any valuables in the trunk, if possible, but at least out of public view.
- Do not leave any prescription medicine in your vehicle.
- When parking, check that all doors and your trunk are locked and that you have your keys with you.
- If possible, get an alarm installed. Alarms can deter thieves not
only from stealing items out of your vehicle, but from stealing your
vehicle as well.
- Be prepared for the worst. Sometimes, even with all the
preparation, a theft can still happen. It is a good idea to have an
inventory of all your important items; list all serial numbers, take
pictures for insurance purposes, and have copies of your cards and IDs.
It never hurts to be prepared.
- Report any incident where you believe someone has entered your
vehicle without permission (i.e. glove box left open or items thrown