One injured in Goodland shooting

Police are investigating a shooting which occurred between 10:00 and 11:00 p.m. last night at Goodland St. Michael, which resulted in 24-year-old Shem Kerry King of Country Road St. Michael sustaining gunshot injuries to his arm and thigh during a robbery.

King was shot by a lone gunman and was taken by a private vehicle to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, where he is receiving medical attention.

Anyone who can provide any information to assist with this investigation is asked to call Black Rock Police Station at Telephone numbers 417-7500 or 417-7501; Police Emergency 211; Crime Stoppers at 1-800 –TIPS (8477), or the nearest police station. All information received will be strictly confidential.

 

8 Responses to One injured in Goodland shooting

  1. Alex Alleyne January 7, 2017 at 11:06 am

    It’s the order of the day in BIM.

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  2. Hal Austin January 7, 2017 at 1:09 pm

    Declare a gun amnesty; take all guns out of private hands; ban gun dealers and force them to hand over their customer lists; introduce new legislation punishing those found in illegal possession of guns. Make threatening to shoot people a more serious offence; bulldoze the gated communities with their Uzis and AK-47s.
    End of story.

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  3. Guy Smiley January 7, 2017 at 1:14 pm

    Hal and you honestly think that that will stop the inflow of illegal firearms into barbados?

    Think again guy.

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  4. pete January 7, 2017 at 2:45 pm

    Hal is spot on. For what reason does BIM need gun dealers? A hard line must be taken and those in “high society” must not be exempt or that will be the gaping hole from which they will continue to flow.

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  5. Hal Austin January 7, 2017 at 4:12 pm

    Guy,

    It will not, but the smugglers will know what they face if caught. Murder is illegal and in many countries the ultimate sentence is the death penalty. People still kill. Because people fiddle their taxes does not mean we should not tax people.

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  6. seagul January 8, 2017 at 6:43 am

    There’s no end to the self promotion of this crude businessman.To suggest in taking private guns….this is not only ludicrous but naive and he knows it. Why not bulldoze port charles.

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  7. Hal Austin January 9, 2017 at 3:35 am

    Those who talk about the legal right to own arms should look at the shooting of that man’ back belly sheep for wandering on to someone else’s property.
    Where are the police, the attorney general, the Guyana-born DPP? Where are the voices speaking for the little guy.
    This is a prima facie criminal offence. Further, I will bet it was carried out with a legally owned gun.
    Why is the nation silent about this crime of vengeance?
    In the mid-1990s one farmer shot a young black man because he thought he was a monkey; Grantley Adam’s first case as a lawyer was to defend Swaine who also killed a little black boy who he thought was a monkey. Nothing changes.

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  8. Helicopter(8P) January 10, 2017 at 11:52 am

    Here we go! Now if Port Charles is being offensive to this sovereign land then I think there is no such use for the Barbados Coast Guard, Customs Department or the Attorney General’s Office. Senior Police Officers need to do much better in tracing gun smugglers weather it be internal or external. Final word!

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