Defence force officer set free for double fatality

Christin Reckley is a free woman after paying a $20,000 fine to the courts and released from The Bahamas Department of Corrections (BDOC).

The Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) marine was fined as her punishment for the September 16 killing of Stevan Devallon and Maude Augustin.

Reckley struck and killed the brother and sister as she drove an uninsured vehicle in Marathon Road area. She was charged last week with the killings and was remanded to the BDOC for seven days.

After sentencing, Reckley apologised to the victims’ relatives and pleaded for their forgiveness.

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Government remains num in its response to a Traffic Solution presented by Bahamas Auto Safety Inspection Centre, Co., Ltd. The proposal equips traffic enforcement agencies with the tools to detect vehicles with out of date insurance coverage and other terrific violations. …are they serious about road safety and the development of the Bahamas by Bahamians.

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