Shots Reported In Sandys, No Evidence Found

June 11, 2017

The Police have confirmed they responded to a report of gunshots in the Sandys parish area, however said “no evidence to substantiate the report was found.”

A police spokesperson said, “Around 5:45pm Saturday, June 10th police officers responded to a report of gunshots in the Cooks Hill, Sandys parish area.

“A search was made of that location and surrounding areas but no evidence to substantiate the report was found.

“Anyone with additional information is asked to contact the main police telephone number 295-0011 or the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers hotline 800-8477.”

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  1. puzzled says:

    Some people still use and possess .38’s
    Not always cut and dry.

  2. JohnBoy says:

    Just a question – how do the Police find evidence of gunfire? I’m curious.

    • Sherbet man says:

      Casings, bullet holes lol

    • On lookers says:

      Spent shells or a victim. Or someone that saw the shot.

    • I'll Tell You says:

      Different Forensic analyses like residue is left behind when a gun is fired, shell casings and more things to rule out the fact that a gun/firearm has been discharged.

    • Onion Juice says:

      Gun powder residue and shell casings.
      You are welcome.

  3. Aqua cadit resurge. says:

    They require a tool…two really,metal detector/sto search for casings,also hand held thermo imaging for suspects in shrubs and trees.Dogs trained for this specific use.

  4. Aqua cadit resurge. says:

    Dogs/for gunpowder scent.There is now available a small unabrusive camera that has 12’cable that has night vision that can be attached to a cell phone for hostage situations or serveilance…for 12£…or around corners at night.

  5. Aqua cadit resurge says:

    There are sniffing machines that should be placed at entranceways with camera onnit or at it,real time silent slam with picture from at or near.
    Detect & Detain.
    Phorensics need be be there for the first link of the….well on call twentfour seven…this time put film in the camera.

  6. JohnBoy says:

    Thank you to all the CSI investigators. I couldn’t see the police searching the entire area for casings as they are not that obvious to see. I was wondering if they had some sniffer device or dog for that purpose. Thanks for your answers. Repect.