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Man charged after collision with police


43-year–old Anthony Orlando Phillips of Fox Club, The Garden, St James was slapped with five charges after being involved in an accident with police on Sunday.



Phillips was the driver of the motor van which collided with a RBPF vehicle on Highway 1, Fitts Village, St. James around 5.05 p.m.

Phillips and four lawmen were injured in the incident, but were all treated at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and discharged.

Police denied reports the accident resulted from a high-speed chase.




Phillips is set to appear in Holetown Magistrates Court today on charges including failing to comply with police officers in uniform, driving without due care and attention, driving without reasonable consideration, dangerous driving and no driver’s licence.




13 Responses to Man charged after collision with police

  1. Maria Leclair
    Maria Leclair August 25, 2015 at 5:51 pm

    This proves random road side checks is a must. BIM needs to crack down on all areas of crime, not just guns and homicide.

  2. cecil P August 25, 2015 at 7:19 pm

    M.L I’m with u on that one they need it country wide around the clock no letting up on the things that’s going on in BIM .RBPF I know u guys are doing your damn best to rid the country of these GUN touting criminals that think they can do as they damn please .RBPF keep up the good work to keep beautiful Barbados safe

  3. dave August 25, 2015 at 7:51 pm

    Crime can be brought under control. There are some main roads that should be blocked off at night . Then the roads left should be used to monitor and stop and search motorists. Police the Roads at night. This is the key to controlling the increase in Crime in Barbados. Do this and there will be a reduction in the foolishness.

  4. ch August 25, 2015 at 8:05 pm

    I have no problem with the police doing random checks. But no sensible motorist is going to stop at night for a group of men who look like police unless it’s in a high- visibility area with a lot of people around.

  5. Michael Crichlow
    Michael Crichlow August 25, 2015 at 10:09 pm

    Police have to proactive not reactive to eliminate these nuisance and nitwits

  6. jrsmith August 26, 2015 at 6:02 am

    @, Maria,L, on the button, these are my everyday thoughts for our Barbados ,to be rid of the vermin, which is gradually destroying us. Stop and search is the most economic and effective way, to control crime.

    This driver in this case ,had no driving licence, he should have been breathalyse as well, this should be the norm in Barbados. random breath testing, seizing of vehicles if the driver is over the limit, then the vehicle search, which would open a allading cave of the unexpected, guns ,drugs ,stolen property, no insurance ,no driving licence , stolen vehicle, unroadworthy vehicle.

    Why is it always hard work for us black people to get any thing done for the interest of our people/nation. why, why, why, its always a struggle. our people are hurting daily.

  7. seagul August 26, 2015 at 7:19 am

    Now’s the time for steppin’ out of place
    Get up on your feet and give account of your faith
    Pray to God or whatever you do
    What I see make me stop and stare
    Spiritual wickedness in ‘igh and low places….

  8. seagul August 26, 2015 at 8:36 am

    A mensch on the ground fighting for life–flesh and blood–and arrogant scum think it funny.


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