Vehicle overturns

A one-vehicle accident occurred at 1.24am Sunday along West Bay Road in the area of the Sundowner Condos, where the vehicle left the road after hitting a light pole.

The vehicle then careened over the wall at the condo complex and overturned on two parked vehicles. The driver and passenger were both transported to George Town Hospital with lacerations and fractures.

Burger King robbed

At 9:07pm on Monday, a robbery was reported to the George Town Police Station from the Walker’s Road branch of Burger King, located at Eden Centre.

A lone gunman armed with what appeared to be a handgun, wearing a black shirt and denim jeans and masked with a green bandana robbed the establishment of an undetermined sum of money.

The robber then made his escape on foot at the rear of the Eden Centre complex.

The matter is under investigation by detectives at the George Town Police Station.


At 3.45am on Sunday, police officers from the George Town Police Station arrested two Canadian nationals at a West Bay road hotel for possession and consumption of a vegetable matter resembling ganja.

Also on Sunday at 10.35pm a 13-year-old Caymanian male was arrested in the George Town area for possession and consumption of a vegetable matter resembling ganja.

Another 19-year-old Caymanian male was arrested early Sunday suspicion of burglary, possession of ganja, possession of a utensil and suspicion of consuming a controlled drug. The incident took place on Lawrence Blvd.

A 34-year-old male Jamaican national was arrested for overstaying and misleading police in the West Bay district.

Two 44-year-old females were arrested on Friday and Saturday in the West Bay area for DUI.

Traffic offences

A 28-year-old male was arrested at 12.10am on Monday in the Red Bay area on traffic offences relating to use of licence plates and coupon with intent to deceive the authorities.


At 12 am on Sunday, a North West Point resident was robbed of a quantity of cash outside of an apartment complex in West Bay.

A male dressed in dark clothing with a scarf around his face and armed with what appeared to be a handgun, approached on foot and robbed the complainant of his bag containing money.

Police responded and spotted a suspected vehicle, which fled on sighting the officers. A chase ensued within the West Bay area, where the vehicle was subsequently abandoned. The suspects fled on foot.

Police are requesting any one who has any information in relation to this matter or any other matter to call crime stoppers at 800-8477.

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