||Last Updated: Apr 12, 2018 - 9:42:16 AM
MALE ARRESTED AT LPIA FOR DRUG POSSESSION
Nassau, Bahamas - A 29 year old Guyanese male, a resident of Suriname was taken into custody at Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) Wednesday, 11th April, 2018, after he was suspected of having smuggled dangerous drugs into the country.
According to reports shortly before 4:00pm, the man arrived in The Bahamas via Jamaica and was taken into custody. He was taken to hospital and excreted a number of capsules, each containing cocaine.
He is expected to be formally charged once he is released from hospital.
POLICE INVESTIGATES ALLEGED SUICIDE
According to reports, shortly after 11:00pm Wednesday, 11th April, 2018, police were called to a residence in western New Providence, after a female was discovered in a home, with a plastic bag over her head. Paramedics were called to the scene; however, they were unsuccessful in reviving her. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
Investigations are ongoing.
POLICE ARE APPEALING TO ANYONE WITH INFORMATION REGARDING 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
PREVENTION CRIME TIP: Credit Card Fraud Protection Tips
Here are some tips on how to prevent credit and debit card fraud.
- Don’t give your account number to anyone on the phone unless you’ve made the call.
- Carry your cards separately from your wallet. It can minimize your losses if someone steals your wallet or purse.
- During a transaction, keep your eye on your card. Make sure you get it back before you walk away.
- Open your bills promptly — or check them online often — and reconcile them with purchases.
- Report any questionable charges to the card issuer.
- Notify your card issuer if your address changes or if you will be traveling.
- Don’t write your account number on the outside of an envelope.
- Clear your logins and passwords. This is especially important if you’ve been working on a public computer.
- Be alert for phishing, a trick in which spam or pop-ups mimic legitimate banks or businesses to obtain your personal information, which they use to access your accounts. Always verify that you’re on a familiar Web site with security controls before entering personal data.
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