Parliament could be reconvened as an emergency measure to tackle the spiraling gun violence sweeping the island.

The move was mooted as police revealed they have arrested four men in the wake of the Good Friday and Easter Sunday shootings that left one man dead and two others seriously injured.

The Minister for Public Safety Colonel David Burch today revealed that a curfew might also be considered in a bid to stop the gang on gang turf war that has been blamed for the recent murders.

Colonel Burch told a press conference that the police and the government had "matters under control".

He said: "You may find that Parliament may be recalled.

"The Premier is back in the country tomorrow and we will talk about all the options open to us."

Referring to the implemention of a curfew Colonel Burch added: "It is something on the menu of options.

"The shooting incident on Easter Friday happened at 2pm so it may not be the answer.

"The last time I suggested a curfew there was hue and cry from across the land."

Colonel Burch's comments came after another weekend of bloodshed and gunfire in Bermuda.

On Friday Kimwande Walker was gunned down in broad daylight in front of families and children flying kites at Victor Scott Primary School.

The 35-year-old was shot dead after being chased by two men on a motorbike at a family fun day on the school's field.

Less than 48 hours later a teenager was shot while another teenage man was stabbed when a fight erupted at the Royal Artillery Association in St. George's in the early hours of Easter Sunday.

Today four men are in police custody in connection with the two incidents.

Superintendent Antoine Daniels told the press conference officers had arrested two men in connection with the fatal shooting of Mr. Walker on Friday.

And he said two men were being questioned about the shooting and stabbing at the RAA club in St. George's.

He added: "There was a fight at the club and during this fight a man brandished a firearm and shot his opponent to the upper body.

"The victim suffered serious injuries but they are not believed to be life threatening.

"The second victim who was stabbed remains in hospital. His injuries are not believed to be life threatening either."

Mr. Daniels would not say how many shots had been fired at the RAA club but he said further arrests in connection with the incident were expected.

He also did not provide ages or parishes for the four men who have been arrested over the weekend for fear they would be targeted themselves.

Acting Commissioner Mike Jackman said police fully appreciated the magnitude of the problems they faced.

And he maintained officers were doing everything they could to be "pro-active" and bring the shooters to justice.

Anyone with any information about the two shooting incidents can call the Serious Crime Unit on 299 - 8115.

Members of the public can also provide anonymous information by calling the Crime Stoppers Bermuda hotline on 800 - 8477