Police probe stabbing incident involving school children


Police are investigating a stabbing incident involving students on board a bus en route to the Daryl Jordan Secondary School.

The incident occurred along Payne’s Bay, St James.

(more details as they come to hand)


12 Responses to Police probe stabbing incident involving school children

  1. Helicopter(8P) January 31, 2018 at 10:26 am

    Parental inspection of their youths should be number one priority on mornings. This problem is totally parental and should be accountable to the parties involved! Those parents that neglect the supervision of their children should allow them to be tutored by the Dodd’s Industrial School facilitators and instructors! There is no room in the mainstream secondary education system for gladiators.

    • Mar January 31, 2018 at 12:33 pm

      Often times parents are the culprits hear. A lot of them are encouraging their children to follow in their footsteps or take matters into their own hands. Just listen to them if you ever get the opportunity when they start talking in the bus terminals. A guy was so proud when his son stabbed a girl with a pencil. Another women said she told her niece “it is better to be tried by 8 than to be carried by 6, place a bottle (a plus bottle) or more in ya bag and lick it in one uh dem heads” and the latter statement is what a work colleague told me. Lawless parents breeding lawless children plain and simple.

    • hcalndre January 31, 2018 at 12:48 pm

      @Helicopter(8p) stop your helicopter and get out if you are in the air, in today`s Barbados, how many parents are at home when their children leave for school in the morning? parents have to get to their work place on time too, no more stay at home mothers.

  2. Mark My Word January 31, 2018 at 10:41 am

    There should be no doubt now that Demons are in the Schools
    The Demons have destroyed all morals and decency in Barbados
    Barbados is not a Christian Society any more, the Demons are taking over Be warned

  3. luther thorne January 31, 2018 at 11:15 am

    Whomever is found guilty

    Can be done on the School Pasture and streamed live

    Cameras focused on their faces and eyes when the lashes are administered.

    PUBLIC FLOGGING is the only way to pull back Barbados
    If you dont want to be flogged; dont do the crime.
    I do not want any comments or excuses from any bleeding hearts who feel sorry for the perpetrators and forget the victims.

  4. Mack January 31, 2018 at 1:35 pm

    What is happening!!! Why are we so cruel to each other, We used to be some of the most loving people. Could you help me here???

    I am at a lost???

  5. jrsmith January 31, 2018 at 1:37 pm

    Parts of the kids behaviour can be blamed on the parents , parts on the kids themselves , but most of the same should be blame on our politicians…….The people who was voted into power to manage the economy and security of our nation , they are the ones who need to be (Accountable) to our people for they failures.., People who don’t really care are just look after themselves and certain 1% of they friends……………..
    Our kids know dam well what they are doing , they know what they can get away with ,they are playing catch with the (Ghetto American attitude and boys in the hood mentality what ever it is its criminal………….
    Extending this further , why are the young white kids and other foreign kids are not behaving the same in Barbados , why everything which is criminal falls to black on black , so far our law enforcement has been lucky, that they are not being attack as like some others in the region………
    We need to stop treating criminals as saints , you who ever you are commit a crime do some time ……..
    Our young black people is vex , bitter and angry and are hitting out at each other because its easy, because they dare attack the white folk …. In the UK who is mostly getting kill by knives young black men…………………..
    Unless we back the politicians into a corner and demand they do for us what is right or step out , enough is enough………..
    Our island would eventually become like a war zone if nothing is continuously be not done, to limit the criminal activity which certain people in our society is getting away with………………..

    • Mark My Word January 31, 2018 at 3:36 pm

      jrsmithe I can clearly see you have a Bsc in Political yard fowlism a Masters Degree in Ignorance and a Phd in low self esteem

  6. milli watt January 31, 2018 at 2:01 pm

    like what going on in this cess pool of a place………..KEEP IT UP!

  7. harry turnover January 31, 2018 at 4:27 pm

    I agree with most of what was said,but look at it this way.
    Suppose some of the children were being bullied and after complaining to the Teachers,the Prefects,the Deputy Head AND the Head as WELL AS THEIR PARENTS who often GO BY THE BOOK and DEAL DIRECTLY WITH THE PRINCIPLES and nothing was done ,and mark you THAT HAPPENS AT MOST SCHOOLS WITH THE MAJORITY OF TEACHERS turning a blind eye.
    …..and after all that complaining and after the Principle says he would talk to the bully and actually talks to the bully IN FRONT OF YOU,your child comes home and says ‘ Mummy,the boy still beating me ”
    them don’t interfere with you any more ? Blame those in the Education Ministry NOT THE PARENTS for allowing the bullies to REMAIN at School to be BIG UP by their class mates while the victims seek transfers….EXPEL THE BULLIES …damn you .

    • Jennifer January 31, 2018 at 6:15 pm

      @HT – All this $h^te starts from reception, or even before trust me. Compounded with the blind eye syndrome. Then the wutless, gutless parents who refuse to correct their children are all Sub-issues. What do private schools do different???

  8. sheryll January 31, 2018 at 10:05 pm

    this is bajan trying to much like america. Barbadian needs to go back to the basis, discipline by parents, teachers and elders in the neighbour. Hopefully the individual who committed the stabbing is place in jail and then community service. I pray the person who was stabbed a speedy recovery…


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