Police are reporting a peaceful Crop Over weekend this year. Acting Police public relations officer, Inspector Stephen Griffith, told Barbados TODAY there were no major incidents to report.
Officers from the Royal Barbados Police Force and the Barbados Defence Force maintained a heavy presence throughout the weekend’s activities, and according to Inspector Griffith the public was pleased that they turned out in their numbers to maintain law and order during the festivities.
Meanwhile the search continues for Timothy Inniss who disappeared 100 metres off the Signal Station at the Bridgetown Port on the return leg of a cruise on the Harbour Master on Sunday night.
Griffith said the Police Marine Unit and the Coast Guard will resume their search for the 25-year-old Ruby, St Philip resident at first light.
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