Suspects escape custody in Bimini
ROYSTON JONES JR.
Guardian Staff Reporter
Published: Oct 08, 2013
A man arrested on Saturday morning in connection with a $411,000 marijuana bust has escaped police custody along with another man in Bimini, police said yesterday.
Police did not provide any details on the escapes.
Bimini police issued wanted bulletins for Sean Livingstone Solomon, 40, of Grand Bahama, who was arrested in connection with the drug find, and Jarvargo Cephas Saunders, 22, of Alice Town, Bimini.
Police did not say what crime Saunders was arrested in connection with.
A senior police officer, who was contacted for comment, deferred questions to Assistant Commissioner of Police Emerick Seymour, officer in charge of Grand Bahama.
When The Nassau Guardian contacted Seymour last night he said he could not provide any details.
Police described Solomon as a slim man of dark brown complexion with brown eyes.
He is 5’ 9” and weighs 160 pounds.
His last known addresses were #7 Base Lane, Freeport, Grand Bahama and #3 Market Street, New Providence.
Police also described Saunders as a slim man of dark brown complexion with brown eyes.
He is 5’ 7” and weighs 145 pounds.
Police said both men are considered armed and extremely dangerous, and should be approached with extreme caution.
Solomon was expected to be charged in a magistrate’s court in New Providence yesterday with two other men in connection with the drug find.
Police found the 411 pounds of marijuana along Bimini’s northeastern shoreline around 8 a.m. on Saturday.