YOUNG TEEN LEFT THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT WHERE MAN DIES AND POLICE BOYFRIEND LIED TO OFFICERS SUGGESTING HE WAS BEHIND THE WHEEL! WHAT A COUNTRY!
Nassau, Bahamas — Bahamian police will have another serious investigation following the death of a man believed to be in his twenties who was involved in an accident on Brougham Street in the inner city.
BP investigators on the ground tell us this incident may need the hand of the Commission of Police in order for Swift Justice to be served.
Sources tell us an unreported incident on Brougham Street early Sunday morning has left at least one man dead. He was driving in a jeep in the area.
We can tell you that a Honda involved in the crash was driven by the 16-year-old girlfriend of the off-duty officer and was travelling in the area when the accident occurred.
Eyewitnesses told Bahamas Press that the young driver in the Honda, along with the officer, is alleged to have been under the influence just after 12 midnight Sunday morning. But this is where things got nasty.
Sources on the scene of the accident told Bahamas Press that as the driver in his jeep was hit and was knocked unconscious, the young teen jumped out of the driver’s seat and was picked up by another car thereby fleeing the scene of the accident.
We can report sources on the ground confirmed to Bahamas Press that a call was made by the off duty officer’s cellphone around the same time calling for that backup vehicle to come to the scene.
Bahamas Press arrived at the accident just following patrol and EMS vehicles arrival and, from what we gathered, the disappearance of the young driver was evident.
Now in case you have difficulty locating the area where are reporting; this accident occurred along Brougham Street which runs parallel between Milton Street and Peter Street. It is just opposite Demeritt’s Funeral Home.
What a place to end one’s life.
The victim we can report goes by the name of Max.
We are told that, by the time officers arrived on the scene, they were informed by the off-duty officer that it was his vehicle and that he was indeed the driver sitting in the driver’s seat.
Sources on the ground at the time of the accident failed to agree with that report by the off-duty officer, and now a man is dead.
BP calls on the officers investigating this incident to search deeply for the truth in their inquiries as ‘Citizens on the Ground’ knew better! We invite CCTV footage in this probe to be viewed. We also welcome a trace of the call made by the officer’s phone just following the accident. In short – authorities must do their jobs as BP is now doing its job.
A life has been lost and the truth must be discovered. The victim died at 2pm in hospital and we still await the report of this incident.