2020-07-30 - 17:25:03 COMMUNITY |
POLICE REPORTS A DISTURBANCE AT HORSESHOE BAY BEACH
At approximately 3:30 pm on Thursday 30th July, personnel from the Royal Bermuda Rwgiment, on duty at Horseshoe Bay parking lot, reported a disturbance involving three males, one of whom was reportedly in possession of a bladed article.
That individual along with another male suspect left the area in a motorcar, which was subsequently located at a private residence in Southampton.
The two male suspects who were also at that location, were arrested and transported by police to the Hamilton Police station.
There were no reported injuries during the initial incident which is now being investigated.
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