Woman hospitalized following violent attack

A man is in custody assisting police with investigations following a violent attack on a woman yesterday afternoon at Fairfield Road, Carrington Village, St Michael.

Police say the woman was attacked during an altercation with her housemate, whom she previously had a relationship with.

She received several chop wounds about her body.

In addition, it was reported that her left hand was broken and two of the fingers severed.

The victim underwent surgery at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital this morning.

 

 

19 Responses to Woman hospitalized following violent attack

  1. Fran Henry
    Fran Henry December 30, 2014 at 1:09 pm

    Wow, this is just crazy. Judicial system needs to change with regards to this type of violence. Praying for this lady.

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  2. Ras Rika Inniss
    Ras Rika Inniss December 30, 2014 at 1:20 pm

    hopefully she is ok….wunna bajans always ready fi hang sumbody….nuh other punishments don cum to wunna mind???stupzz

    Reply
    • Michael Ess
      Michael Ess December 30, 2014 at 1:21 pm

      Like what ?

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    • Peppersauce Monique Goodman
      Peppersauce Monique Goodman December 30, 2014 at 1:38 pm

      if it was you how would you like the person to be punished?

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    • Maria Amaria
      Maria Amaria December 30, 2014 at 2:07 pm

      Nuff come to mind….in some countries they does chop off the limb that offends…I would chop of the hands and the………

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    • Lisa Parris
      Lisa Parris December 30, 2014 at 2:44 pm

      Isis justice comes to mind.

      Reply
  3. Harr Gitty
    Harr Gitty December 30, 2014 at 1:23 pm

    Kris where the people coming from have more hideous crime than Barbados.

    Reply
  4. Paula R Burnett
    Paula R Burnett December 30, 2014 at 1:29 pm

    Good God we need to pray for us. Both men and women in this country. No sense vilifying one nor the other sex’s actions. None of this is making sense. Is there a sieze on wholesomeness, descent relationships and family life in our country?

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    • Terry Clarke December 31, 2014 at 3:48 am

      I’m wondering the same thing. But I agree with you.

      Reply
  5. Prince Nick
    Prince Nick December 30, 2014 at 1:34 pm

    here we go again something in the water we drinking ?? i mean can we not have a dispute without chopping ppl up, shooting ppl up or assaulting them

    Reply
  6. Kerry Duplessis
    Kerry Duplessis December 30, 2014 at 1:39 pm

    Men can’t Tek a done smh

    Reply
  7. Gail Jones-Forde
    Gail Jones-Forde December 30, 2014 at 2:14 pm

    When de women start killing the men … it gine be another story

    Reply
  8. Poetry Dancer
    Poetry Dancer December 30, 2014 at 2:23 pm

    If you chop up somebody you want chopping up. Find and commence

    Reply
  9. Barbara Barker
    Barbara Barker December 30, 2014 at 2:36 pm

    Growing up in Bim, I remember there would be little tit-tats between boys & boys, girls & girls, boy & girl. Sometime we did not speak and stayed away from each other for a day or two. Before the week ended, we were all back together, the reason for the tit-tat long forgotten. I also remember on some occasions, men/women walking away from an impending fight/quarrel with a statement such as, “I gine somway and cool off bafor you mek me sin my soul.” Next thing you know, they were all lovey-dovey again.

    People today (men & women) have such anger and hatred in their hearts and souls. Even the young people in Barbados are ready to solve the slightest dispute with violence which usually involves some kind of deadly weapon.They have to be reason why these once peace loving and friendly people have over the years become so angry, aggressive, vindictive and filled with hatred. The thing is, that family members, friends and neighbors of these people would vouch to say, “he/she is not like that.” “I am shock that he/she did something like that.” People let certain people see the side of them that they want them to see and does not always reveal their true self.

    Just this past weekend, I was watching a cold case about a man name
    Bradford Bishop (here in the states) who murdered his entire family with a sledge hammer. He was labeled as a sociopath. It has been over 37 years and law enforcement are still determined to find him.
    http://www.bethesdamagazine.com/Bethesda-Magazine/May-June-2013/Bradford-Bishop-Murders/

    Some of these attacks could be due to mental illness. Some people just feel that other people are their property to do with as they choose. Hanging is not the solution. At the rate these attacks and or killings are occurring, it would probably eliminate a great portion of the male population in Barbados. The problem has to be investigated from the core of the issue. What could possibly trigger such a vicious attack upon someone you profess to love and with whom you (in most cases) have children?

    Reply
  10. Barbara Barker
    Barbara Barker December 30, 2014 at 2:36 pm

    Growing up in Bim, I remember there would be little tit-tats between boys & boys, girls & girls, boys & girls. Sometimes we did not speak and stayed away from each other for a day or two. Before the week ended, we were all back together, the reason for the tit-tat long forgotten. I also remember on some occasions, men/women walking away from an impending fight/quarrel with a statement such as, “I gine somway and cool off bafor you mek me sin my soul.” Next thing you know, they were all lovey-dovey again.

    People today (men & women) have such anger and hatred in their hearts and souls. Even the young people in Barbados are ready to solve the slightest dispute with violence which usually involves some kind of deadly weapon.They have to be reason why these once peace loving and friendly people have over the years become so angry, aggressive, vindictive and filled with hatred. The thing is, that family members, friends and neighbors of these people would vouch to say, “he/she is not like that.” “I am shock that he/she did something like that.” People let certain people see the side of them that they want them to see and does not always reveal their true self.

    Just this past weekend, I was watching a cold case about a man name
    Bradford Bishop (here in the states) who murdered his entire family with a sledge hammer. He was labeled as a sociopath. It has been over 37 years and law enforcement are still determined to find him.
    http://www.bethesdamagazine.com/Bethesda-Magazine/May-June-2013/Bradford-Bishop-Murders/

    Some of these attacks could be due to mental illness. Some people just feel that other people are their property to do with as they choose. Hanging is not the solution. At the rate these attacks and or killings are occurring, it would probably eliminate a great portion of the male population in Barbados. The problem has to be investigated from the core of the issue. What could possibly trigger such a vicious attack upon someone you profess to love and with whom you (in most cases) have children?

    Reply
  11. Deborah Farrell
    Deborah Farrell December 30, 2014 at 3:19 pm

    I hope that justice is serve. The sad thing is that she was probably being abused before this incident. When are some men going to learn to communicate without the use of violence? I’m sure they won’t want someone to do it to their mother, sister or daughter?

    Reply
  12. Mhizz Pookie Sweets
    Mhizz Pookie Sweets December 30, 2014 at 5:34 pm

    Lord when will it end

    Reply
  13. Shanni Boo
    Shanni Boo December 30, 2014 at 7:07 pm

    Sabrina Wilkinson I was thinking d same thing

    Reply
  14. jr smith December 31, 2014 at 12:58 pm

    Good old so call christian bajan men.How godly, dont only beat up your woman , but cut her to pieces.

    Reply

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