Alpin Russell, Jr, 63, of Sapphire Ridge and his son, Alpin Russell III, 36, of Hampshire Street, were charged with stealing over $100,000 from a client.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
One of the three people suspected of being involved with the armed robbery of the Bahamas Telecomunications Company (BTC) branch at Shirley Street died after allegedly complaining of chest pains while in police custody.
The remarks made by straw vendors spokesperson, Esther Thompson, speak volumes about the attitude of far too many Bahamians when it comes to respect for authority and observance of the law.
As the Baha Mar project is about to begin, Bahamian Contractors are again urging the government to incremenfally increase business license fees, rather than levy a proposed rate hike all at once.
Three men were arraigned in court on charges related to violence.
Senior Justice Anita Allen sentenced Mario Flowers, 28, to death for the murder of a police officer who was gunned down nearly three years ago.
A mother who allowed her boyfriend to beat her child to death was sentenced to 15 years in prison while her murderous boyfriend was sentenced to 25 years.
Douglas Brian Pratt, 23, of Jelly Fish Lane in Yamacraw Estates, was charged in Magistrate’s Court with the murder of Shande Cartwright whose body was found at Adelaide Beach on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham pushed through a major training initiative for scores of Bahamians to the tune of $8 million overall during his recent visit to China to discuss the Baha Mar project.