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UPDATE – 18-year-old shot in The City

Lawmen are probing  the country’s latest shooting incident in which a Christ Church teenager was injured.

According to police public relations officer Acting Assistant Superintendent David Welch, 18-year-old Rashon Alexander was shot in his lower torso around 4:15 p.m. today in Bridge Street, The City.

Alexander, of St David’s, Christ Church, was rushed to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital by ambulance.

Police cordoned off the location.

Police on the scene in Bridge Street.

Police on the scene in Bridge Street.

5 Responses to UPDATE – 18-year-old shot in The City

  1. Shanny Livingmylifetothefullest Chandler
    Shanny Livingmylifetothefullest Chandler February 6, 2015 at 11:33 pm

    Omg what’s Goin on,in bin these days to much violents

  2. Ken Debajee
    Ken Debajee February 6, 2015 at 11:58 pm

    and the madness goes on, no more fist fights, only gun fights

  3. Msnewtoncrescent Pinelands
    Msnewtoncrescent Pinelands February 7, 2015 at 12:26 am

    Something has to give like really come on now just about everyday there’s a shooting

  4. Maxine Baker February 7, 2015 at 1:37 pm

    Unfortunately, the minds of our young people have been poisoned gravely. As adults, we are responsible and will have to help them bear the burden. Too many of us as adults berate others when they try to encourage the young ones to behave orderly. They have reached the point that even when they are alone on the streets, you can hear them shouting out their thoughts in vilest language to those unseen persons who may have caused them to feel anger. In other words, they seem to be so full of anger that they get into a fit all by themselves when there is no one around on which they can vent at the particular time.

    The answers may lie in positive thought-forms during pregnancy; creating an environment that will shield our children from too much frustration while they are in their early childhood; a revamping of our educational system to include relevant topics for peaceful co-existence, spiritual growth, parenting etc and the eradication of “classism” and “character assassination” from our mind-set.

  5. Marc February 13, 2015 at 1:25 am

    Wanna really stop this? Immediate capital punishment and this will all stop…likely only take 1 example.


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