Tough Call columnist Larry Smith says angry questions are being raised about the police’s failure to file charges against the Exuma man who murdered two Canadian retirees in a hit-and-run incident.
A gang of five masked gunman murdered a teenager and a man while leaving five others critically wounded during a holiday weekend shooting rampage.
The Tourism Minister is concerned over reported prostitution of boys, drug dealing and solicitation in the tourist hub Festival Place. Such reports coupled with the recent tourist murder could damage the country’s reputation.
The Royal Bahamas Police Force, investigating the shooting death of 34-year-old American tourist Kyle Bruner, are reportedly questioning two suspects in connection with the murder, and seeking a third.
Kyle Bruner, a sailor from Chicago, Illinois, was murdered on East Bay Street over the weekend when he was shot dead trying to thwart a woman from being robbed.
Gary Karp, a Florida father searching for his daughter’s murderer, is now faced with unanswered questions following the death of Randolph Almanto Coakley, the alleged suspect in the crime.
More outrageous delays in what many thought would be an open-and-shut case against Kohfe Goodman, the man accused of murdering 11-year-old Marco Archer in September, 2011.
22-year-old Morgan Wells died en route to the hospital after she was shot multiple times during a midday car chase in Pinewood Gardens, Monday afternoon, police said.
In what can only be described as typical Bahamas courtroom nonsense, the Nassau Guardian reports that the murder trial of Kofhe Goodman, who is accused of murdering Marco Archer, faced another delay as lawyers wrangled over the evidence.