Video: Police Press Conference On Shooting

October 24, 2020 | 2 Comments

[Updated] The police held a press conference today [Oct 24] to provide an update regarding the double shooting that occurred last night in Pembroke, which resulted in two men receiving multiple gunshot wounds.

Last night, ythe police said, “Police are investigating a firearms incident which left two men with multiple gunshot wounds. The incident occurred in the Pembroke Park Lane area of Pembroke Parish at around 9:15 p.m. on Friday 23rd October.

“Police received reports of several gunshots at a nearby residence and upon arrival officers found the two victims, one of whom was transported to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital in a police vehicle, the other, via ambulance.

“Detective Inspector Kenten Trott of the Serious Crime Unit appealed for calm as he urged anyone with information on this latest shooting to contact police.

“Investigators are particularly interested in speaking with anyone who may have seen a man leave the area on a motorcycle riding east along St. John’s Road shortly after the incident.

“Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact Detective Inspector Trott on 717-2345. You may also call the main police number, 295-0011 or, the confidential Crime Stoppers number 800-8477.”

Update | Comment from Gang Violence Reduction Coordinator Pastor Leroy Bean

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  1. @bean: What’s your value? says:

    What is pastor bean’s value here? Where has he been for the last two years? Collecting a pay cheque and counting his beans?
    What added value does he bring beyond the BPS Parish Constables and the BPS CAT team?
    It looks to me like he has a lovely hi-vis vest and polo shirt to walk around in. What does he actually bring to the table? Seems he’s just a waste of a placemat…at the taxpayers expense.

  2. Wing nut says:

    Where’s the pastor, that 130k is being wasted if he is still on the payroll. That money can be used elsewhere.

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