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Update: Shooting at Airy Hill, St Joseph

 

 

Police are continuing investigations into an unnatural death at Airy Hill, St Joseph.

 

img_1140Acting Inspector, Police Public Relations Officer, Roland Cobbler told Barbados TODAY lawmen received a call around 1:21 p.m. of a drive-by shooting in the community.

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When lawmen arrived they found a male, suspected to be in his teens, lying in a pool of blood.

 

img_1143Police are appealing to anyone with information about the incident to contact the District “F” Police Station at 433-1540, Police Emergency 211, Crime Stoppers at 1800 –TIPS (8477), or the nearest police station.

3 Responses to Update: Shooting at Airy Hill, St Joseph

  1. Jada Jameson
    Jada Jameson November 6, 2016 at 6:24 pm

    Really sad news.

    Reply
  2. Ryan Bayne
    Ryan Bayne November 7, 2016 at 12:20 am

    I hope my people in St. Joseph are doing alright after such a senseless act of violence.

    Reply
  3. Anthony leacock November 7, 2016 at 12:04 pm

    I believe our government needs to more seriously look at policing
    all areas in the last 7 years with deaths and further put the army in play, why? Because we are having our 50th celebration of Independence all this month the tourism authority just indicated that over 15,000 visitors will be coming to our shores between
    23 November and December 2nd 2016 not to mention the thousands who are already here so are we going to allow this wicked element of law breakers to rob steal choke rape and kill visitors on Bajan soil and get away with it? I’m appealing to our Prime Minister and even our Governor General to take back Barbados now on our 50th year take it back from these network of criminals who has plans laid out already for 2017.
    Stop hiding hoping this will go away it will not but the businessmen and their companies will our gas stations will close one by one the planes we depend upon will change course our beaches will have no enjoyment only weeds all because you our guardians refuse to hear the cries of your people the voice love.

    Reply

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