Police investigate shooting incidents

A 32-year-old man is in critical but stable condition at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital following a shooting incident in South District, St George.

According to acting police public relations officer, acting station sergeant Roland Cobbler, the man was shot three times in the back by a gunman around 11:30 am on Saturday.

Investigations are currently underway.

Lawmen are also probing the shooting of a male teenager by two unknown assailants.

The 17-year-old was shot in his buttocks while in Roebuck Street, St Michael on Saturday around 10:50 pm.

Also under investigation is this morning’s shoot-out between two men in the Westbury, St Michael area.

No one was injured in that incident which occurred around 9: 06 am.

3 Responses to Police investigate shooting incidents

  1. Maria Leclair
    Maria Leclair September 21, 2015 at 10:25 pm

    Cowards with guns, can only shoot a man in the back!

  2. Tony Waterman September 22, 2015 at 1:20 pm

    And according to our Esteemed AG. Crime is Down. Maybe he meant Down Westbury.

  3. BoBoTheClown September 25, 2015 at 8:10 am

    De AG is trying hard to convince me dat Barbados is still relative safe. I am not convinced,’cause i see dis fella reach in he pants, pocket (I mean one a dem pants dat only reach by he knees) for he snort rag ,and i duck for cover ’cause wid dem low down pants wid forty five pockets ya don’t know which pocket has de pow pow.Every time i left mi house now mi neighbour must be tinking i crazy ‘ cause i zig zag all cross de road just in case one a we teddy boys out dey taking gun practice, dat way i might just avoid de bullet .
    I never hear bout so many guns ,so many people shot,some in da behine ,in da foot in all mi life, dese jkers can’t shoot straight so it might be better still if you walk in a straight line .
    Mr AG .you mst be looking through chinese made glasses ,’cause you think crime is down ,da is because like TW say you must mean it down the road .


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