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Bloody weekend of shooting incidents

Police are investigating at least three separate shooting incidents that took place over the weekend, leaving two men dead and two nursing injuries.

Thirty-three-year-old Jesse David Moore of Free Hill, Black Rock, St Michael was shot in the chest and thigh when masked gunmen opened fire at a fete at Plum Tree Road, St Stephen’s, Black Rock, St Michael around 2:30 a.m.

Moore, who was shot in his chest and thigh was rushed to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) by a private vehicle, where he was declared dead.

Two other men, Torian Devere Gibson, 31, of Straker Road, Black Rock and Shaquille Hinkson, 20, of Fairfield, Black Rock also received gunshot wounds at the fete, which the Royal Barbados Police Force said was not authorized.

Gibson received an injury to his right thigh while Hinkson suffered an injury to his stomach. Both are receiving treatment at the QEH.

Hours after the Black Rock gun attack, 19-year-old Shaquone Maycock of 7th Avenue, New Orleans, St Michael was shot and killed in Airy Hill, St Joseph.

He was found with a gunshot wound to his head.

Meanwhile, a number of people were taken into custody following another shooting, this time at Clifton Hall, St John in the wee hours of Sunday morning.

According to police, officers from the Tactical Response Unit, Major Crime and Criminal Investigation Department were conducting an operation at an unauthorized fete in the area when they were fired upon by a number of male occupants in a car. Police fired back but the culprits escaped. The officers subsequently seized a quantity of firearms and ammunition.

2 Responses to Bloody weekend of shooting incidents

  1. BoboTheClown November 8, 2016 at 5:13 pm

    Police got to be allowed to stop and frisk without a warrant if there is reason to believe that some one is carrying a concealed weapon or contraband.That is the only way we are going to stop some of these crimes ,especially gun related.The AG needs to be a bit more proactive before we are all under siege ,living like the people in Syria, and Iraq.

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  2. Tony Waterman November 9, 2016 at 5:05 am

    @Bobo TheClown!!! If you do that, they will NOT win one of those cases as they will all be deemed unconstitutional, which they will be, the police were fired at from a Car, then they should have riddled that car with Bullets, case Closed and they would have been returning fire.
    They should bring Back Sgt.RAP Brown from Retirement.

    Anyone who shoots at the Police, should be Shot Dead on the Spot. there is Nothing Illegal about that. returning fire in self defence.

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