A fourth man charged with St Lucy murder


A fourth man will appear before the District “A” Magistrate court tomorrow in connection with the murder of Andre Hinds, 49, of Northumberland St Lucy.

He is Richan Robert Walrond, 25, of Back Ivy, St Michael.

Hinds was shot and killed on August 25, when a number of men broke into his house and shot him.

Three St Lucy men, Reico Jabarri Akeem Hunte, 24, of Salmons, Romario Broomes, 18, of Checker Hall and Corey Edwards, 31, of Greenidges were also charged and have been remanded to Her Majesty’s Prison at Dodds.

Waldron will also face other charges including one case of kidnapping, four cases of aggravated burglary, one case of kidnapping and one case of robbery.

8 Responses to A fourth man charged with St Lucy murder

  1. Angus Benn
    Angus Benn September 11, 2016 at 10:00 pm

    Most of these guns coming in containers and nothing the police can do to stop it.These people can’t be touch.that is the bottom line. I don’t know how they is going to deal with that.

  2. Angus Benn
    Angus Benn September 11, 2016 at 10:06 pm

    Guns are big business.Every man has a gun these days. It could stop.if they start giving them 20 years it would send a strong message to society.Also they need to start back hanging.if I was a police officer.i will get frustrated already because I now charge you,quick so you get bail and you gone back doing more crime again.

  3. Mhizz Sweetness
    Mhizz Sweetness September 11, 2016 at 10:18 pm

    it would stop if dey get life in prison n no publicity about wat dey did all dem doing is running tourist n wasting dey lives

  4. Randolph Chrichlow
    Randolph Chrichlow September 12, 2016 at 3:29 am

    Nope. We keeping he in jail!

  5. Charly Bamboo
    Charly Bamboo September 12, 2016 at 4:35 am

    Giving people life not going to stop the guns coming into Barbados. And the people bringing guns into Barbados are untouchable.Y’ll act like you don’t know who bringing the guns into Bim. Do I have to spell it out?

  6. justsaying September 12, 2016 at 10:30 am

    I would honestly like to hear from the parents of these children am not their family let alone their mothers and I feel awful seeing their names and ages printed in the paper …………do they ever think if anything or anyone else while running the streets do they think that it might not have turned out this way I could have been killed by the said person or hunted and shot like a dog by the police and my parents would have to borrow a few to put me in earth…..come on children please think of other people but yourselves or at least your mother !!!!!!!!

  7. BoboTheClown September 12, 2016 at 12:01 pm

    Aren’t we lucky that Barbados is only 144 sq. Miles. Just imagine if we were much bigger how many more Guns would be In the Island. What people fail to understand is that we are probably the most progressive Island in the West Indies, our values are higher, our dollar is higher than many , and we attract more criminals as a result..Why do we see so many trying to import drugs into this Island ? we not only offer a bigger bang for our dollar ,but we have a much more lenient approach when dealing in murders, gun crimes and the like. We have those folk who think that crime figures become saints if given light sentences. Our laws are lacked , toothless, and worse of all laughed at by criminals who know that they will be able to walk our streets and commit more crimes after short sentences . Our Judicial system needs a complete overhaul. We need to get rid of many of our current Judges and replace them with others who can and know how to keep our Communities safe.

  8. Donild Trimp September 12, 2016 at 7:55 pm

    Bobo, Barbados getting smaller?

    Used to be 166 sq miles. Either way you look at it, Barbados is a dot and anyone worth his or her salt living on this little dot called Barbados knows how the guns are getting in.

    Once again I call on Typee to do the right thing and stop the flow of guns entering Barbados.


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