Convicted felon Teron Fowler is back in The Bahamas


Nassau, Bahamas – Sources in the ministry of foreign affairs have confirmed to BP former inspector at the Gaming Board, Teron Fowler, who was sentenced to 70 months on April 30th, 2008 by a court in Miami on drug charges, has been extradited back to the Bahamas to finish serving his time at Her Majesty’s Prison in Fox Hill.

According to our source Fowler was transferred from the USA on Wednesday, where he has served less than two-third of his sentence. The exchange programme has been a long-term treaty between the US and the Bahamas.