News Feed

October 25, 2016 - Police officer dies suddenly The Royal Barbados Police Force is ... +++ October 25, 2016 - St Peter woman arrested and charged A 26-year-old St Peter woman has be ... +++ October 25, 2016 - Vehicle overturns at Warrens Police say no injuries were reporte ... +++ October 25, 2016 - Digital direction Send and receive money digitally, e ... +++ October 25, 2016 - GG winding down school visits In a matter of weeks, once all goes ... +++ October 25, 2016 - Husbands, Walcott brilliant in Canada TORONTO, Canada – Veteran Bar ... +++

Four beaten

. . . as three visitors come to WOMAN’S RESCUE

COURT TODAY BLOCKHad it not been for the help of an elderly couple, things could have gone very differently for a St James woman who was attacked and robbed at her home days ago.

Police investigations into the matter led them to Victor McDonald Chandler, 41, of Sion Hill, St James.

After pleading guilty to burglary, wounding and assault occasioning actual bodily harm, he added three more to his convictions tally on Tuesday.

Magistrate Wanda Blair later handed him two years in prison on all three counts, to run concurrently.

Sergeant Roger Jones told the Holetown Magistrates Court that on February 20 while Carroll Mayhew was at her Cashew Row, Sunset Crest, St James home, she heard a rumbling noise coming from her son’s bedroom.

She walked towards it to investigate and on reaching there, saw Chandler dressed in a t-shirt and pants and with a scarf tied around his face, which covered his nose and mouth.

Fearful, the woman ran outside but fell as she was crossing her lawn. Chandler chased his victim and held her in the garage, beating her about the head while demanding money.

Mayhew got away from her assailant and ran, all the while screaming for help. The Lakers, a British family who was staying next door at the time, came to her assistance.

When they shouted at Chandler, he attacked them as well. He beat the man, 77-year-old Albert, his wife Pauline, 73, and their daughter Tina, 54, about the body with his hands, and ran off.

The elderly man then took Mayhew back to her home but once inside, they again ran into the perpetrator, who was holding a bag which contained money. Chandler attacked Laker again and
they fought.

The visitor managed to get away and both he and Mayhew ran out.

Laker ended up with a head wound, while his wife and daughter both suffered with soft tissue injuries.

The family is scheduled to leave Barbados on Saturday.

7 Responses to Four beaten

  1. Julianne Barker
    Julianne Barker February 26, 2016 at 6:19 am

    Disgusting! He needs some time.and a good beating too!

  2. Hurt February 26, 2016 at 6:21 am

    OMG don’t: want to post this…I too got robbed but was’nt that fortunate.

  3. Mohamed Adam
    Mohamed Adam February 26, 2016 at 6:26 am

    Can’t believe all he get is 2 years

  4. Vernon Chandler February 26, 2016 at 7:57 am

    Two years concurrent for breaking into a woman’s house & chasing her when she tried to escape & then beating her all about her head when he catch her. And when 2 visitors try to help, attacking them & beating them too.
    I know guys that get 3 years just for having a spliff in their pocket or for stealing a tin of corned beef, but apparently the going rate in Barbados for breaking & entering & battering 3 visitors & a woman & giving them head injuries & soft tissue injuries is only 2 years. Great going!

  5. Richard Hughes February 26, 2016 at 11:18 am

    British press will orgasm over this especially the two year sentence to a recidivist criminal! When will our Magustrates and Judges get it?

  6. Gloria Mendes February 27, 2016 at 9:38 am

    Two years. Really. Is that have a he b st our court could do it o send a m ssag to thugs love me that.

  7. Rick February 28, 2016 at 9:28 am

    I certainly hope he was dealt at least twice the amount of licks which he gave before he reached the court house….


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *