St. Kitts – Nevis Racks Up Murder #15 For 2009

Murder In St. Kitts - Nevis

Federation On Track For Another Undesirable Record

Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis
July 18, 2009

Just in:
A 22 year old man was shot dead in Sandy Point a few hours ago. Details to follow when available:

Police Investigate Shooting

Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis
July 18, 2009

Police are investigating a shooting incident which occurred at about 7:45 pm on July 17th, at Shaw Avenue.  Investigations revealed that five (5) young men were sitting at the entrance of an alley which leads to Thibou Avenue, when two armed masked men came through the alley from Thibou Ave. and began shooting at them.   Jamed West  alias Pupup  of Lower Shaw Ave., Lewis Powell alias Big Smoke,  of Fort Thomas Road and Ricky Williams of Central Street sustained gunshot injuries and were taken to the JNF Hospital where they were treated and warded in stable condition.  No arrest has been made, investigations are ongoing.

Police Investigate Robbery

Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis
July 18, 2009

At about 2:10 pm on July 17th 2009, Police responded to a robbery report at the Paul Southwell Industrial Site.  Investigations revealed that three masked men, one of whom had a firearm, entered Roy’s Eatery, held up the business proprietor and two employees, and robbed them of a sum of money.  One of the masked men also pulled a gold chain from the neck of one of the employees before making their escape.  No arrest has been made, investigations are ongoing.

  1. The Police are offering the following tips to business owners to prevent or minimize losses in the event of a robbery:
  2. Place a surveillance camera behind the cash register facing the front counter.
  3. Keep a low balance in the cash register.
  4. Place excess money in a safe or deposit it as soon as possible.
  5. Vary times and routes of travel for bank deposits.
  6. Don’t use marked “moneybags” that make it obvious to would-be robbers you are carrying money for deposit.
  7. Cooperate with the robber for your own safety and the safety of others. Comply with a robber’s demands. Remain calm and think clearly. Make mental notes of the robber’s physical description and other observations important to law enforcement officers.
  8. If you have a silent alarm and can reach it without being noticed, use it. Otherwise, wait until the robber leaves.


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