As in Jamaican Creole (Patrick 1999: 199–202), Bahamian Creole employs never not just as an adverb meaning 'not at any time' (as in Example 118), but also as a negative past marker referring to a single, bounded verb situation, in which case never becomes interchangeable with didn't (as in Example 116). At least in my data, such uses of never are rare, though. For a brief account of negation and past marking in Bahamian Creole, cf. also McPhee (2003: 34–36).
Source: Glinton-Meicholas 1995: 115