Two men injured in separate shooting incidents

One man is in critical condition, while another has been released from hospital following two separate shooting incidents between last night and early this morning.

In the first incident, which occurred around 9:45 p.m. Sunday at 1st Ave, Weekes Land, Goodland, St Michael, 21-year-old Devon Best of Bank Hall, St Michael was shot in his left arm. He was transported by ambulance to the state-run Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) where he was treated and subsequently discharged.

In the second incident, which occurred around ten minutes after midnight at Fairfield Main Road, Black Rock, St Michael, 47-year-old Brian Cumberbatch of Strathclyde, St Michael was shot multiple times about the body. He was transported by private motor vehicle to the QEH where his condition is listed as critical.

Police are appealing to anyone with information that can assist them with these investigations to contact the Black Rock Police Station at telephone numbers 417-7500, or 417-7505; Police Emergency at 211; Crime Stoppers at 1800 TIPPS (8477), or the nearest police station.

They say all information received will be treated as strictly confidential.

7 Responses to Two men injured in separate shooting incidents

  1. Alex Alleyne March 20, 2017 at 1:14 pm

    Let’s not plaster the front page with these fools shooting each other but give us some positive stuff. Please let the traveling public know why DELTA is pulling stumps from BARBADOS after AUG/2017. Why is LIAT still in ANTIGUA after all the noise made by our minister .

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  2. North Point March 20, 2017 at 1:49 pm

    GUN TOWN CONTINUE TO FLOURISH WITH FOOLS SHOOTING AT EACH OTHER. Mr. AG.

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  3. seagul March 20, 2017 at 2:06 pm

    I think it’s plain to see one of the critical reasons why DELTA is pulling stumps on Dodge island.

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  4. jrsmith March 20, 2017 at 4:18 pm

    Change will only come , if bajans want change or this madness will get worse and continue….

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    • Jennifer March 20, 2017 at 4:33 pm

      jrsmith – This is like the accidents. Once the 1% is included then change will come. But from what to what.

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  5. Malcolm Marcelle
    Malcolm Marcelle March 20, 2017 at 5:04 pm

    Bad boys, bad boys what you going to do, what you going to do when the low come for you.

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  6. Tony Waterman March 20, 2017 at 8:42 pm

    @Alex Alleyne!!! So you consider Delta pulling up Stumps in Barbados a POSITIVE thing??

    LIAT is still in Antigua where it should Remain, Because bringing it to Barbados, will NOT make it nay Better, and will only INCREASE it’s Debt when the COSTS of moving is added up, there are no Hangers, Repair Depots and any type of Maintenance facilities in Barbados, and why does anyone think that Bajans can run it any better, when they cant run BWA, BNPT, SSA, the PORT, et al.

    Finally!!! if we selfishly force a move from Antigus, what will that do to our AILING “CARICOM”

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