Three Bahamian men are currently in Haitian police custody in connection with a plane stolen from the Lynden Pindling Airport and flown to Haiti, possibly for drug or human trafficking purposes.
A 29-year-old man was detained by police under suspicion of attempting to smuggle $48,000 worth of cocaine into the United States.
A committee in Belize is evaluating the benefits of decriminalising the possession of small portions of marijuana – something the Bahamas should also consider.
Crime infested Bahamian communities of criminal activity are being targeted by taking away the “comfort zones” of criminals.
Two abandoned buildings located just off Baillou Hill Road were demolished yesterday, putting an end to what were once two “stash houses” for drug peddlers in the area.
Foreign Affairs Minister backtracks on his trash talk against the United States, shows his ignorance of foreign affairs and uses BIS as a petty punk pulpit for the PLP.
Grand Bahama police uncovered a marijuana cultivation site, possibly the largest in at least a decade, containing thousands of plants with an estimated $40 million street value.
Until a recent story in the Los Angeles Times came out, the Bahamas government was unaware of secret unmanned surveillance flights over The Bahamas for more than 18 months.
For decades, Mexican smugglers exported homegrown marijuana and heroin to the United States through the Caribbean. Today, the drug war in Mexico has claimed more than 50,000 lives and is a thriving business.