Man charged for committing violence in the Ivy

A 20-year-old is facing seven charges stemming from recent violence in the Ivy and Tichbourne, St. Michael.

David Nathaniel Taniel Lynch, alias Day Day, Fox or Black Fox, who is due to appear in the District ‘A’ Magistrate’s Court today, has been charged with violent disorder, use of a firearm, possession of ammunition, two counts of endangering life and two counts of wounding with intent.

Police say the offences were committed within the last three months.

Lynch was the subject of a wanted man notice issued on June 16; he surrendered to police accompanied by an attorney-at-law three days later. 

6 Responses to Man charged for committing violence in the Ivy

  1. Julie Leenders
    Julie Leenders June 23, 2014 at 1:47 pm

    I’ve been burgled and mums been robbed of her pension in the UK,people may knock here but it happens anywhere and most people that knock and saying about how bad the crime is here do come from them same said country’s ,perhaps they think nothing can happen on the little island of Barbados but people do actually live here so there is bound to be a certain amount of crime ,I worry more when I go back to the UK

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  2. Stacey Harris
    Stacey Harris June 23, 2014 at 2:11 pm

    Look @ all these ppl tht get charged bear young ppl n even pass 30..S.M.F.H

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  3. Golden Nugget
    Golden Nugget June 23, 2014 at 3:04 pm

    Its a shame right Tanya Isidore…soon from now Barbados will need another prison

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  4. Rusty Ralph
    Rusty Ralph June 23, 2014 at 6:34 pm

    Bravo @Julie Leenders . It seems a lot of brainless, mindless people have access to technology and too much time on their hands. 3 ignorant people do something foolish in one week in Barbados, and they running them mout on this beautiful country. Where they reside, those number of incidents occur in 10 minutes.

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  5. Rusty Ralph
    Rusty Ralph June 23, 2014 at 6:34 pm

    Bravo @Julie Leenders . It seems a lot of brainless, mindless people have access to technology and too much time on their hands. 3 ignorant people do something foolish in one week in Barbados, and they running them mout on this beautiful country. Where they reside, those number of incidents occur in 10 minutes.

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  6. jr smith June 24, 2014 at 10:43 am

    Hail,hail, these seven charges, should net him at least 60 years, any chance of him getting out never.
    Let this be a lesson to all the others, find decent things to do go fishing, lots of people make a living from that, go paint some one house, go clear up the bush in barbados which is harbouring disesis.
    Be sensible you criminals, start preaching to bajans, you all could pick up $300,000.

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