Police investigate shooting

Police are investigating a shooting at Scotts Gap, Grazettes, St Michael.

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35 Responses to Police investigate shooting

  1. Phyllis G Wallace
    Phyllis G Wallace June 12, 2016 at 9:50 pm


  2. Cyprian Greaves
    Cyprian Greaves June 12, 2016 at 9:55 pm

    NOT AGAIN!!!! Do you mean every day and night what the the hell is going on in my country

  3. Elizabeth Paul
    Elizabeth Paul June 12, 2016 at 10:08 pm

    I put the blood of Jesus in this country amen

  4. Jema Goodluck
    Jema Goodluck June 12, 2016 at 10:09 pm

    Wow Barbados beat Brooklyn USA. Wild wild west.

  5. Mhizzeyejoyful Reece
    Mhizzeyejoyful Reece June 12, 2016 at 10:22 pm

    And crime down dem sah?

  6. Alicia Roach
    Alicia Roach June 12, 2016 at 10:25 pm

    Every day so

  7. Princess Shay
    Princess Shay June 12, 2016 at 10:30 pm

    hmmmm these young men doing the dog

  8. Ryan Bayne
    Ryan Bayne June 12, 2016 at 10:35 pm

    Lord, please put a hand on this little island called Barbados. As the Merrymen once sang 5 decades ago, “Too many guns in this town”.

  9. Shadia Forde
    Shadia Forde June 12, 2016 at 10:35 pm

    Lord cover this little island I call home all this gun play what next nuh

  10. Ryan Bayne
    Ryan Bayne June 12, 2016 at 10:45 pm

    That is so true. Even The Merrymen sang it before them.

  11. Joan Wickham
    Joan Wickham June 12, 2016 at 10:51 pm


  12. Dianne Griffith
    Dianne Griffith June 12, 2016 at 11:10 pm

    But where are all these gun coming from we know where the idiots are but where are the guns coming from and what is our so called attorney general doing about this how many more how many more ?or will he only see that it is a serious problem when it hits home again how many more sad so sad

  13. Glenn Damon Clarke
    Glenn Damon Clarke June 12, 2016 at 11:11 pm

    Let me know how praying and the “blood of jesus” works out for Barbados….because if there is a god, he is there laughing at you all and not doing crap about the violence.
    These problems are not solved by prayer, its solved by proper parenting, proper teaching, community work, better economy, better education, better laws, equality and fairness…but prayer…no, prayer is only there to comfort you people into thinking that something will be done when you pray…good luck with that…

    • Glenn Damon Clarke
      Glenn Damon Clarke June 13, 2016 at 6:55 am

      Brien King the “instructions” you talk about that the “2%” live by, are what we call extremists today. Where men subjugate women, where people are killed for who they are, where you have to abide by strict dress and diet codes. This bible that Christians believe…(the books of it) were written in a different era, different geological location, for a different civilization. And if you want to apply everything in it to your uses today, then you will be no better off now with it as the people back then. Go and follow ALL of the Leviticus laws and all the other laws in the bible…and see how much move violence will happen, see how much more women would be subjugated, raped even, because that was ok back then, as long as you gave her father some money and marry her…:/ yea go ahead and follow all those instructions and see if the violence will stop.
      Our era needs a different approach, and its always dependent on community. For years barbados has been a christian society…and it has gotten us here….good job

    • lester June 13, 2016 at 12:26 pm

      prayer works my friend, all of these issues have spiritual origin, i do agree of the things you mentioned that are necessary but again these things cannot be realized without divine intervention, remember, the Lord has been the peoples guide for pass three hundred years, with him still on the peoples side we have no doubts or fears, question is do the people want God on their side, study it

    • Glenn Damon Clarke
      Glenn Damon Clarke June 13, 2016 at 3:28 pm

      Celia Black when did this nation “turn from god”? Things good and bad have been happening to societies christian or non christian for thousands of years…there are good times and bad times…and not one crap of that has to do with a god or gods. You make it seem like other religions that have gods of peace and gods of prosperity, gods of famine and gods of pestilence, and if you dont appease these gods and pray to them, bad things will happen. All I am trying to say, is if we as a nation do not do certain things like mentoring our youth, educating them, finding jobs for them and a lot of other things, this is the path that the island will continue down. No amount of prayer will do anything, no amount of you calling gods name will do anything. We have to actively try to save our country, and going to church will not do it!!! All you and Brien King have been saying is the constant standard rhetoric every christian uses, and offers no solutions to a problem besides God and prayer…Things do not work this way, get up and do something!!!

    • Celia Black
      Celia Black June 13, 2016 at 3:28 pm

      Brien King – i agree with you. we bajans pride ourselves on being highly “educated” a lot of good our “education” has done us. how come we don’t know that Bim turned away from God to her own ways some time ago? how come we don’t know that there are consequences to turning from God? how come we don’t know “those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it” SMH?

      when our nation begins to crumble we want to point the finger and blame God as if we have no knowledge of history, as if we bear no responsibility for our actions, as if we have never heard of the law of unintended consequences LOL. we need to wise up.

      scripture says “God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man sows, that shall he also reap”. in other words, choosing an action means you also choose its consequences. you play with fire, you get burned. simple as that!

    • Celia Black
      Celia Black June 13, 2016 at 3:46 pm

      Glenn Damon Clarke – I appreciate your response. However, the reason i directed my reply to Brien King rather than you is because although I’m sure you’re a nice person who is very highly educated, with all due respect, i don’t expect you to understand the meaning behind my words. “The unbeliever does not receive the things of the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him. And he cannot understand them, because they are spiritually discerned. ” Will be praying, God bless you! <3

    • Glenn Damon Clarke
      Glenn Damon Clarke June 13, 2016 at 3:55 pm

      Celia Black lmao wow….i dont even know why i bothered talking to you, But…I grew up in the church, and at one time believed…but my appetite for knowledge and asking questions, anyway…no debating this with a woman…the bible and gods word says you all should keep quiet anyway :p (of course i dont believe that…but you should…right?)

    • Celia Black
      Celia Black June 13, 2016 at 4:15 pm

      Glenn Damon Clarke – here’s the thing: the solutions you suggest are good, but only deal with what’s obvious and on the surface.

      what i am saying is: we have to go deeper. the issues Bim is facing have to be dealt with from the root. at the end of the day, things such as you mentioned are good but not at the core of Bim’s problems right now.

      you were once in the church, so i’m sure you know scripture says “a good tree cannot bear bad fruit”. what we’re seeing in Bim these days represents the fruit or symptoms. it’s counter-productive to deal with the fruit and not the root. we won’t able to turn things around until we deal with the things which caused these “symptoms” or problems to manifest in the first place. that’s all i’m saying.

    • Celia Black
      Celia Black June 13, 2016 at 4:30 pm

      Glenn Damon Clarke- the final thing is this: i’m concerned for what’s going on in Bim and that’s why i commented. i respect your views and the views of those who don’t see things my way but i honestly have no desire to debate. , it’s been pleasant chatting with you, tho. take good care (ps – say hi to my cousin Omari, you’ll prob chat with him before i do)! 🙂

  14. Alex Alleyne June 13, 2016 at 5:35 am


  15. Elliott June 13, 2016 at 5:52 am

    There obviouly is something very wrong with gun control in this island; unlicenced guns in the wrong hands, is illegal and spell danger and trouble For everyone including innocent people caught in cross fire, being in the right place at the wrong time.
    There Appears to be a kind of mentality in existence which seems to think that if one has/owns a gun it must be used otherwise, there is no point in having it.
    Perhaps it would serve a useful purpose to targe the distructive monkeys that seem to over-run certain areas of the island eating up the friuts etc before the owners can get them.
    This suggestion might upset animal lovers, but I believe that human life is far more sacred and important.

  16. Prince Trémaine
    Prince Trémaine June 13, 2016 at 6:27 am

    Pray for Bim.
    Pray for Barbados.

  17. harry turnover June 13, 2016 at 6:31 am

    Young people walking bout wid guns and showing off and killing young people…. future criminals maybe.
    The Police will soon corner those young killers and ” lost them way in jail “.The future criminals dead and their killers in jail…wha mo ya want ?
    The guns coming through the Airport and Seaport for the big ups who meking money renting dem out directly…some meking money selling dem to people who in turn renting dem out’
    The thing is those in Authority know that……but something talking all the time…..MONEY !!…everybody looking fa money .

  18. seagul June 13, 2016 at 7:11 am

    Warcraft is embedded now for sometime in our society. Our corrupt and bought off politicians know how the guns reach us. They receive their cut as well….Warcraft– MOVIES AND TELEVISION MAY GIVE YOU THE IDEA THAT WAR IS ABOUT VICTORY AND DEFEAT HEROISM AND COWARDICE. IT’S NOT. WAR IS PRIMARILY ABOUT THE TOTAL FAILURE OF THE HUMAN SOUL… Deeper Soul-Ajani.

  19. Marcelle Kelly
    Marcelle Kelly June 13, 2016 at 9:11 am

    when i hear them last night i start to duck i taught i was in the war zone

  20. jrsmith June 13, 2016 at 9:28 am

    @, Glenn Damon, C , hail hail I am with you on the ball, may I add , the only way this madness stops the people who is protecting the big criminals who is above the law in Barbados , are the ones having blood on they hands , lots of them is not Bajans they are living in total luxury on our island importing the drugs and guns inflicting this evil on our people.

    The people who you would not consider to be corrupt criminals is well known to our bajan people, bajans must be more alert of they surroundings , look at John look at harry look at Enid living in luxury where you think the money is coming from.. Our most senior law enforcement officer have mention the corruptive element at our sea port and other in Barbados so many times..

  21. Menace II Babylon June 13, 2016 at 9:34 am

    Well said Brother Glen

  22. Elizabeth Paul
    Elizabeth Paul June 13, 2016 at 9:37 am

    God bless us in Jesus amen god bless our young boys in Jesus amen

  23. Dario K Alleyne
    Dario K Alleyne June 13, 2016 at 10:26 am

    Like I gotta go n live pun Mars or sain cause this world is sain else

  24. jrsmith June 14, 2016 at 5:08 am

    All of this God talk what has this done for black people nothing other than brain wash us until we are so scared of ourselves , for centuries our black fore parents suffered by slavery, as being punished because they are black .
    Where was God and Jesus then look at what we are doing feeding our young people, with the said bible which was put in place by the new generation of past slave master, to still keep black people in check. Go to some peoples homes they have 10 bibles and no food in the fridge.

    The white man just sits back smiling from ear to ear watching as black people gradually destroy themselves bang ,bang , bang day after day go to (DODDS) see the young faces all black who have they killed all black, time will come and go and blacks will always be praying waving they bibles and standing at the cross roads with tin cup in hand waiting for hand outs. From whom..

    Its sad to be teaching the bible to our young people this book never condemn slavery , have no chapters of black history nothing our young people can identify with, its taken our culture from us give away our heritage and is gradually taking away our way of life…the 1% of people who control Barbados are not even bothered about politics because they owns it all…


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