St. Kitts – Nevis Police Investigate Man Found Murdered

Injury Traffic Accident at Mansion

Injury Traffic Accident at Mansion

Police Investigate Homicide At Godwin Ghaut

Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis
St. Kitts – Nevis Police Press Release
April 25, 2011

On Monday 25th April at approximately 8:35 am police at Old Road received a report of a homicide at Godwin Ghaut. As a result police officers from the District “˜B’ Crime Response Unit, Old Road Police Station and the Sandy Point Police Station responded to the scene immediately. Police enquiries revealed that 30 year-old Shervin Williams of Godwin Estate formally of Middle Island was found lying on his left side on a dirt road in a remote area above the railway and in the vicinity of the Godwin Ghaut Bridge. According to investigators, Williams had obvious injuries to the neck and head that appeared to be those caused gunshot. The District Medical Officer visited the scene and pronounced Williams dead. The Coroner was informed and gave permission for the body to be removed to a funeral home under police escort. The scene was processed by officers from the Crime Scene Department and items of evidential value were collected and taken into police custody for further analysis. There are no suspect(s) in police custody at this time but investigators are following up on a number of leads. Investigations into this matter are ongoing.

Police Investigate Traffic Accident At Mansion

St. Kitts – Nevis Police Press Release
Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis
April 25, 2011

Police at the Tabernacle Police Station are investigating a traffic accident which occurred at Mansion at approximately 7:15 pm on Sunday 24th April 2011. The circumstances of the accident are as follows:

Motor jeep P-254 owned and driven by Alexander Tyson of Cayon was travelling from Cayon towards Tabernacle and motor car PA-3424 owned and driven by Imran Bacchus of Lodge Village was travelling from Tabernacle towards Cayon. When both vehicles reached Mansion on the main road in the vicinity of the play field and pavilion they collided. Both vehicles were extensively damaged. Jamore Shaben who was a front seat passenger in PA-3424 sustained injuries, cuts and bruises, and was taken to the JNF Hospital by the Emergency Medical Services where he was treated for his injuries and detained at the surgical ward for observation. The driver of PA-3424 also sustained minor injuries, cuts and bruises, and was taken to the Mary Charles Hospital where he was treated for his injuries and discharged.

The scene was processed and measurements and explanations were recorded. Investigations are ongoing.


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