Three men charged with affray

Three men appeared in court today charged with the offence of affray which occurred on Saturday on Swan Street, Bridgetown.

Shawn Cecil Harding, 39, of Hinkson Land, White Hall St Michael; Damien Omar Carrington, 29, of 2nd Ave, Thomas Gap, President Kennedy Drive, St Michael; and 31-year-old Romell Bradshaw of Castle, St Peter, appeared in the District A Magistrates Court.

Harding was slapped with an additional charge of wounding with intent, for wounding Bradshaw.

On Saturday night, police responded to a report of three men fighting on Swan Street armed with knives.

Bradshaw was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), and treated and discharged for stab wounds.

Harding was also admitted to the QEH suffering from stab wounds, and was detained for two days.

Investigations led to the arrest of the three men.

9 Responses to Three men charged with affray

  1. jrsmith June 29, 2016 at 2:36 pm

    Dam fools, in the jungle without the trees…

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  2. Sarah Pomeranz Layne
    Sarah Pomeranz Layne June 29, 2016 at 5:41 pm

    Ok…clearly I’m stupid and my vocabulary most be very small.. what is affray??? Stabbing???. Why not say stabbing. Or wounding. I give up.. I’m guessing everyone else not in the legal profession in Barbados knows what that word means!?!?! Gillian Clarke.. can you explain.

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    • Sarah Pomeranz Layne
      Sarah Pomeranz Layne June 29, 2016 at 6:41 pm

      Hahahaha.. sorry.. that’s funny.. those happen all over barbados. And I’ve never heard anyone being charged with it

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  3. Francis June 29, 2016 at 6:45 pm

    So true!! But then I only went to Cawmere.
    Barbados Today please write so the ordinary man would understand.

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  4. Alex Alleyne June 29, 2016 at 8:15 pm

    “A fight in a public place”….. Three men charged with affray, wow, I thought the PM was speaking here.

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  5. Sherlock Holmes. June 29, 2016 at 9:31 pm

    Yes an affray,… in a public place and their conduct would have caused any person of of reasonable firmness to be fearful of their lives/safety and this can be also be construed as violent disorder.

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  6. TINY June 29, 2016 at 10:01 pm

    the standard use of ENGLISH IS NOW BEYOND THE COMPRENHENSION OF BAJANS.AN AFFRAY IS A FIGHT,A QUARREL, OR A DISTURBANCE IN A PUBLIC PLACE DISTURBING THE PEACE.

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  7. TINY June 29, 2016 at 10:04 pm

    BASIC ENGLISH WORDS THAT THE COMMON MAN SHOULD KNOW ARE BEYOND ONE’S COMPREHENSION YET SO MANY ARE NOW UWI GRADUATES.WHAT ARE THEY BEING TAUGHT?

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  8. BoboTheClown June 29, 2016 at 11:27 pm

    Sara Layne please keep your views to yourself if you don’t know or understand a comment. Don’t make Bajans that are a bit more to versed in the English language look foolish.
    Leave well enough alone . Don’t make a fool of yourself and then try to pretend it was a joke after you realized that an affray is indeed an English word .
    Maybe you got mixed up with, an affair, or a fray, or fry . Lol.I am glad that you were finally able to laugh at your stupidity .The joke was on you, surely.

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