Three injured at Silver Hill

Police say three men were injured during a shooting incident at Block 3D, Silver Hill, Christ Church last night.

The victims  — all from the same area — were reportedly among a group of men who were liming on the block around 10:50 p.m. when a number of loud explosions were suddenly heard.

During the commotion, 32-year-old Randy Went of Green Hill, Silver Hill was shot in his right rib and right forearm and 38-year-old Adrian Cox of Maxwell Hill in his right foot. A third man, 21-year-old Devon Rowe of Block 3D, Silver Hill, suffered a laceration to his right hand.

Rowe was subsequently transported by private vehicle to FMH medical centre where he was treated and discharged.

Cox was taken by private vehicle and Went by ambulance to the state-run QEH, where they are both listed as stable.

Police are asking anyone with information that can assist them with this investigation to contact the Oistins Police Station at 418-2612, 418-2608, Police Emergency at telephone number “ 211”, Crime Stoppers at 1-800 –TIPS (8477), or the nearest police station. They say all information received will be treated as strictly confidential.

25 Responses to Three injured at Silver Hill

  1. Sherwin Patterson
    Sherwin Patterson March 13, 2017 at 5:50 am

    The new Iraq

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    • Jarmara Chandler
      Jarmara Chandler March 13, 2017 at 1:05 pm

      Wonna think it bad now ….. lol wait till Trump start deporting the people that live in America all them lives that born here an leave as children an come bk to lil bim an we slow pace lifestyle. Brace wonnaslves

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      • M King March 13, 2017 at 4:36 pm

        Myth most of the criminals involved never left bbarbsdos. Stop making excuses. Many of those deported for violent crime crimes were criminals and bullies before they left. People are being deported for overstaying. By treating your own people as outcast is disgusting. Domestic violence, Child abuse are treated very lightly in Barbados. Time to accept you people and help them resettle. Everything is fine as long as the money comes in.

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  2. Fuji Kidd
    Fuji Kidd March 13, 2017 at 6:53 am

    “When loud explosions rang out”. Was it a shoot and run, drive by? Like help us to help you.

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  3. RD Willz
    RD Willz March 13, 2017 at 7:32 am

    I heard these six gun shots as I was in the oistins area……sounded as clear as day. Immediately after I said to myself, I hope no one got shot.

    Sigh……need to find some gainful employment for these people.

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    • Sharon Taylor
      Sharon Taylor March 13, 2017 at 9:11 am

      Parents need to get tough… If u r not looking for gainful employment then look for “holes”… D old ppl had d right mentality…. We molly cuddling a lottta idle adults, feeding them, roof over their head, could go home and bade wid their mothers soap, watch internet on a device bought by their mother…. Then hit d block and lord knows what then!

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    • Bajan March 13, 2017 at 9:26 am

      RD Willz I got news for you. Unemployment has nothing to do with the gang violence Barbados is seeing right now. Most of these men are ‘gainfully employed’ in the lucrative drug trade. The fights are over drugs, territory and reputation.

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  4. orlando March 13, 2017 at 8:10 am

    il bet that in silver hill atleast 5 police officers live in that area . and the same for all of the gang related areas.theres always talk of who have guns and who is doing all the bad things. yet these socall police officers chose to look the other way. saying you awright we gotta live here. like i say before policing is not just a job to earn money its an obligation to protect. the commishiner live in one of the worst ares in the country .always at the main bar there still all the crime .you dont want to get involve the give up the badge. simple as that.people in the force 20 yrs and never had to write a report .

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    • Bajan March 13, 2017 at 9:11 am

      Since you hearing the talk on the street, maybe YOU, Orlando, should take the lead in your community and give the police information and go all the way and give evidence in court against the people you know are shooting and committing all types of crimes. Talk it over with your family first and see what they think about it. I am sure they would walk the streets feeling safer and sleep more comfortable at night too.

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    • Realist March 13, 2017 at 11:52 am

      Umm…they are right. They do have to live there. It’s fine for you to take your righteous stance but do you know the dangers officers are faced with every day? Bullets don’t automatically bounce off one’s skin just because you have a badge. They have to think about the well being of their family.

      I understand your frustration but in a situation like that, if I had to live near to deviant elements I would look the other way to. It’s just a job at the end of the day. And a man’s first obligation is to his family.

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  5. Shawn Daniel
    Shawn Daniel March 13, 2017 at 8:18 am

    It’s just bare negative coming out of Barbados , shootings regular, car accidents, government, economy, it’s sad to hear the comments coming from ppl about my country and I can’t defend because their telling the truth

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  6. Bajan knight March 13, 2017 at 8:52 am

    RD Willz..no wonder none was kill the person got a old gun like a musket.To be so loud till Oistins..Some people got guns out there that do not service.. You could of many years clean the barrel by letting off some rounds today modern ones need hardly servicing.

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  7. Carlile Norville March 13, 2017 at 10:01 am

    Guns dont jump up in de air, & say( I flying to Barbados the gem of the carribbean )you have the coast guard, customs & immigration, you also have de( drug Squad) still people like Rickie in nelson street, living in a big fancy house walking round(wid cocain in he hand 3.4, 5, squares of cocain)that look like soda bix crackers & he saying,de Police cant touch me ( ya think it sweet here in Bim) people got da conections.(& I am praying that international law agencies like ( scotland yard,royal canadian police, F.B.I. C.I.A. Mi 5.Mi16 & the british & Amerrican Coast Guard would take an interest in de Cocain & gun running Business here in Barbados.(I am ex Barbados Coast guard) not afraid to get teck out for standing up for what is RIGHT.!

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  8. Tony Waterman March 13, 2017 at 10:46 am

    @RD Willz!!! They are Employed, Killing one another.

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  9. Ashanda Coward
    Ashanda Coward March 13, 2017 at 11:02 am

    And everyday you all will come on hear and repeat the same thing?? Sound like broken records now. I would keep saying go and read Revelation and see violence has increased and will get worst on the earth. The shootings and killings wont stop because you sit and murmur, get your lives right with God in Jesus name amen.

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  10. orlando March 13, 2017 at 12:28 pm

    mr bajan . i dont even believe you is a bajan anyways . no fight aint over no drug or territory . where i come from its just lawlesness plain and simple… you know what im saying is true. you maybe one of the makebelieve officers im talking bout .my name is orlando . whats yours

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    • Bajan March 14, 2017 at 2:44 am

      Orlando behave yourself. People having three and four sexual partners is lawlessness. People driving down Broad Street the wrong way is lawlessness. People having information about the violence and not reporting it is lawlessness. Men shooting and killing each other is BUSINESS, plain and simple. Help the Police clean up the crime. Afterall you is Bajan too and you want a safer community. I going help you my brother, this is the Crime Stoppers number 1 800 8477. Its free and confidential.

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  11. L King March 13, 2017 at 2:39 pm

    If they’re not Bajans deport them immediatly upon released from prison and like Trump close the boarders because if Caricom aren’t providing extra resources to prevent crime then why should beautiful Barbados have to put with lawless outsiders.

    IF some of the crimes are being committed by Bajans let them serve the due sentence on the island THEN said them to Africa to complete a program of helping the poor – for they know of poverty there, corruption and injustice. I’ve been there!

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  12. Mickell Als
    Mickell Als March 13, 2017 at 2:50 pm

    This has become so common place that I don’t even bother reading anymore.

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  13. Dennis Taitt
    Dennis Taitt March 13, 2017 at 2:52 pm

    Hang some of these thugs. Start tomorrow.

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  14. jrsmith March 13, 2017 at 4:11 pm

    Lots of families know who have the guns , who do the drugs look around see what you see , people living with the life styles…but then look at the fools who ends up at (DODDS) young foolish and black ….
    If the gun violence was effecting the white people in barbados something would be done………..but then the big question who controls what ??????????????????????????????????…….

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    • Jennifer March 13, 2017 at 6:58 pm

      Hahahahaha – Boy I like you. Wish a lot more of us could see and start questioning too.

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  15. L King March 13, 2017 at 5:44 pm

    @jrsmith. Aren’t you forgetting that 92% of the islanders are black – so why even mention that they are black!

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  16. Othneal March 13, 2017 at 7:31 pm

    Sounds like trouble in paradise.
    Does anyone remember Jamaica in the Sixties? It was a life sentence for possessing a bullet, and woe betide an individual found in possession of a gun. A life sentence was a real probability. Radical solutions are needed to solve serious problems, not postering.
    You need a secure means whereby the public can pass on information confidentially to retain their anonymity.You need an amnesty to facilitate the surrendering of firearms without fear of prosecution.
    The sooner a cancer is removed the better the chances of recovery. Our Poor beloved Bim.

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  17. Close Associate March 13, 2017 at 7:39 pm

    Someone called Ricky name in Nelson Street. What about Sherwin Patterson aka Jersey Jersey US drugs deportee and one of the biggest criminals in Barbados aided by the boys in uniform. Also feel he is untouchable and moves a lot of cocaine, Marijuana and involved human trafficking of strippers in the clubs from Jamaica and other parts of the region.

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