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Update: Man Now Charged with Attempted Murder in Relation to South Church Street Shooting, 28 June

6th May, 2019 Police Headlines

Update (28 June):

The 21-year-old-man from West Bay, previously charged with Conspiracy to Commit Burglary, Possession of an Unlicensed Firearm, Discharging a Firearm in a Public Place as well as traffic related charges, has now been charged with Attempted Murder along with another 21-year-old-man from Bodden Town. These Charges are in relation to the a shooting incident that occurred on 26 April, along South Church Street, George Town.

 

The West Bay man is expected to appear in court today, 28 June.

 

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Update (6 May):

A man, age 21 of West Bay, has been arrested and charged with Conspiracy to Commit Burglary, Possession of an Unlicensed Firearm, Discharging a Firearm in a Public Place, and Driving Without Being Qualified, in relation to an incident on 26 April where a man sustained gunshot wounds (see below release). He is appearing in court this morning, 6 May.


Initial Release (26 April):

Just after 1:20AM this morning, police and other emergency services were dispatched by the 9-1-1 Communications Unit to an address off South Church Street where it was reported that a man had been shot.

 

When the police arrived on scene the victim was already being transported to the hospital by the Emergency Medical Services for treatment. The victim sustained two gunshot wounds; he is believed to have serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

 

The matter is currently under investigation, and detectives are encouraging anyone with information regarding to this incident to call the George Town Police Station at 949-4222.

 

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