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Another student arrested

From RCIPS Wed, Mar 11, 2015 at 10:06 AM

Around 2:50pm Tuesday 10 March 2015, a 15 year old female student of John Gray High School was arrested by a uniform police officer on suspicion of assault , actual bodily harm (ABH) disorderly conduct and damage to property.

A male teacher was assaulted in a class room at the school and, it is alleged the incident occurred over the use of a cell phone by the student, during a class room session. The student remains in custody and is scheduled to appear in court later today.


From RCIPS Tue, Mar 10, 2015 at 2:20 PM

Students Arrested

Two 15 year old male students from John Gray High School were arrested around 11:40am Monday 9 March 2015 by uniform officers.

The students were arrested on suspicion of assault and disorderly conduct, after being involved in a fight with a number of other boys on the school compound. They were subsequently bailed to return to the George Town Police Station at a later date. No serious injuries were reported or weapons involved.

Matter under investigation by uniform officers from George Town Police Station.

Motor Collision

Approximately 3:40am Tuesday 10 March 2015, Emergency Services were called to a motor collision on Shamrock Road near the junction of Will T Drive, Lower Valley, Bodden Town.

The collision occurred when the male driver of a Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck, travelling towards Bodden Town lost control of his vehicle and collided with a concrete wall and became trapped within his vehicle . Fire Officers safely removed the driver by using their special equipment ‘jaws of life’. He was transported to the George Town Hospital by ambulance where he was admitted and remains hospitalized for observation. His injuries are not considered life threatening. The vehicle was extensively damaged and is considered a total loss.

Matter under investigation by uniform officers from the Bodden Town Police Station.

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