Police today confirmed that a young man was stabbed during a fracas at Chaplin Bay in Warwick last night, but he declined to provide any information to police as to how he sustained a stab wound to his arm.
The Bermuda Police is now investigating the circumstances surrounding the disturbance that occurred around 8:20pm on June 24.
A spokesman said: “Police received a number of calls around that time, reporting a large group of individuals gathered in the area fighting, using helmets and throwing bottles.
“Upon police arrival, most of the individuals had already dispersed or were in the process of leaving the scene.
“Those spoken to, declined to provide any information to officers including members of the Criminal Investigations Unit, who attended the scene.
“Out of an abundance of caution and to provide reassurance to the Warwick community, police maintained a high visibility presence in the area.
“Police later received reports of a male arriving at King Edward VII Hospital with a stab wound to his arm.
“However, there is nothing to confirm the injured male was involved in the Chaplin Bay incident. He declined to provide any information to police as to how he sustained the injury.”