Police investigate two shooting incidents

shootingThe police are presently investigating two shooting incidents in which two men from the community of Salisbury were injured.

Once took place in Salisbury, while the other took place in Mero.

Police PRO, Acting Inspector Pellam Jno Baptiste said Kiran Morancie, 24, is presently nursing a gunshot wound at the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) after he was attacked by a man.

He said it is alleged that about 12:15 am on the August 29th, 2016, Morancie sustained a gunshot wound to his right arm after he was attacked in the community.

Morancie suffered a dislocated shoulder while attempting to escape his attacker, Jno Baptiste said.

He was transported to the Accident and Emergency Department of the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) where he was examined by a medical Doctor and admitted.

Meantime; Jno Baptiste said another man from Salisbury is nursing gunshot wounds at the PMH.

It is alleged that about 11:15 pm on August 28th, 2016 at Mero, 35-yr-old Kenvick Victor was shot in the chest and left arm by an unidentified individual.

Victor was transported to the Accident and Emergency Department of the PMH where he was examined by a medical Doctor and admitted.

Investigations are ongoing.

Anyone with information which can assist the police with the investigations can contact the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) at telephone numbers 266-5164, 266-5165 and 266-5119 or Crime Stoppers Dominica at 1-800-8477.

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15 Comments

  1. Roseau
    September 1, 2016

    Since when all those guns arrived in Dominica noh!?
    I think the customs and Police have to do more work in on the seaports and airports.

  2. Tell the Facts
    August 31, 2016

    Little Dominica has too many guns. They may be unlicensed ones.
    Too many guns are in the hands of irresponsible people. Who gave them to you? Where did you get them from?
    Some of you may not be able to read and write properly but you have guns. You do not even know how to communicate and properly with your fellow people. Instead you feel the result is to use a gun to injure and/or kill them. This never wins an argument. Shame on you! What you sow you will reap in time and two-fold.
    You cannot go to Heaven with a gun nor having shot your fellow men. Therefore, put the gun down and never use it again.
    Repent, worship, pray, make penance and sacrifice with a humble and contrite heart. This is the only way to appease God and to be forgiven. Otherwise. . . :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

  3. Dominican Passports
    August 31, 2016

    Shooting not even making breaking news again :lol:

  4. August 31, 2016

    The devil is busy in everyway,if is not by people killing each other is by dropping like flies. Either by the big C, or an accident my people pray for our brothers and sisters and the world at large.

  5. papa
    August 31, 2016

    Why everything pm have to be blame

    • Gods precious
      August 31, 2016

      He that have the country so, so he have to get blame for everything…

  6. jane doe
    August 31, 2016

    skerrit have to feed allu everything? get up walk the streets, send out applications, ask about vacancies. skerrit do have allu fellas frustrated allu doing that on allu own cause allu dont want to work and just want to live street life

    • UDOHREADYET
      August 31, 2016

      waw your English rough but that is well stated!! good talk!

    • originaljahguide
      August 31, 2016

      @jane doe. How about telling skerrit to provide jobs to every qualified individual and not only to his supporters because it is tax payers money that paying the salaries and not his money or his party money.
      If mister does’t stop that, the wrath of God will really come down on this country.
      Evil set of people

    • STAR
      September 1, 2016

      excuse u.. i wanted to work.. and i very much sent application all over the place… i am very much qualified and up till now to no avail.. many of the youths are quite frustrated and if u dont have a good head on or strong minded or have good family background then the streets are calling loudly and they will answer becasue no one else is calling

  7. thus far
    August 31, 2016

    salisbury turn wild wild west…oh yeah is west coast

  8. curiorcity
    August 31, 2016

    It is not up to you to decide who should live and who should die. All you need to kill a human being with a gun is by pulling a trigger. thou shall not kill. Young ; capable and strong people make the fool out of themselves.

  9. joe
    August 31, 2016

    skerrrit give the young men work and stop frustrate us boy

    • UDOHREADYET
      August 31, 2016

      if you expect people to give you anything and you not taking responsibility for your life and your own actions you destined for a very hard life!
      A boy becomes a man the day he decides to take full responsibility for his life, situation and actions. Only boys that blaming other man for their situation.

    • Tell the Facts
      September 2, 2016

      Fool! Only these blame the government and continue to do so. They had an opportunity to attend school and graduate and search for a job. First ask them what happened to them that they have to resort to crimes. No excuse for them. Place the blame on them.
      Do you think when they, having lived a life of crime and stand before God for their eternal judgment, he will exonerate them?
      People are responsible for themselves. God gave them a life. It is up to them what they do with it. This will be a determining factor what type of life they live. They will bear the consequences of their action, one way or the other. It will have absolutely nothing to do with the government.

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