Sixth man charged in Kadooment Day shooting incident

Police have arrested and charge a sixth man in connection with the Kadooment Day shooting incident which left 23 people nursing gunshot wounds.

Shakeem Romario Clarke, 22, of Golden Ridge, St George has been charged with 23 counts of endangering life and one count of violent disorder

He is expected to appear in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court on Monday, November 20.

Elijah Copeland, 17, of Chase Gap, Halls Road, St Michael; Raheem Grimes, 17, of Chadderton Road, Carrington Village, St Michael; Tristan Alleyne, 22, of Westbury Road, St Michael; Diego Rayshawn Wilson, 17, of Spencers Gap, Baxters Road, St Michael; and 21-year-old Tosharo Ricardo Rouse, of Murphy Pasture, Chapman Lane, St Michael were all previously charged in connection with the incident.

7 Responses to Sixth man charged in Kadooment Day shooting incident

  1. Desmond Best November 19, 2017 at 7:25 pm

    Do they have a law in Barbados . mean LAW .

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  2. bajebybirth November 20, 2017 at 10:06 am

    Why not give the police a raise in pay for being consistent in solving crime? Even though they are still being considered as “not special” by the BLP and the DLP governments who have not done anything for the police with pay increase in over a decade and more. When these law enforcing men and women become seriously corrupt, we will see the true wrath of crime in Barbados.

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  3. Helicopter(8P) November 20, 2017 at 10:30 am

    Cat O’ Nine Tail maintenance must Lynseed Oil the instrument and test it’s performance under the Sovereign State laws of Barbados. The number of participants in this testing are adequate enough to highlight how well the instrument performs.

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  4. milli watt November 20, 2017 at 11:00 am

    wait how many men did in dat fracas…….police wukkin

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  5. James Franks November 20, 2017 at 1:36 pm

    Has law and order totally broken down in Barbados???

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    • Belfast November 20, 2017 at 6:27 pm

      Skippa if the head bad, then the whole body bad. We have on record a complaint from a former Attorney -General that another member of parliament pulled a gun on him. Nothing happened. We have on record a senior member and officer of parliament, in his professional capacity as a lawyer, robbing a wheelchair-bound client out of a large sum of money.He is still holding the high position in that hallowed house.
      We have on record the Prime Minister of this country’s only rebuke to that aforementioned gentleman is the advice to “get a lawyer.”
      What is good for the goose…………….

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  6. Bajan Patriot November 20, 2017 at 9:51 pm

    If those criminals had jobs or was proper young men no one could not call they names. The devil love a teenager. He always find work for them to do. When we was kids you could fine us on the playing field, at home or on the beach. We couldn’t dear leave or parents home and fine our self in town liming. We knew better plus we was responsible kids growing up in the 60s and 70s.

    These little wipper snappers are a new bread of you tube watching want to be rebel rosers. I say hang them all.

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