Robbery at Sukie’s bread depot

Sukie’s bread depot in Goodwill was robbed last night, the owner Herbert “Sukie” Winston has confirmed.

The veteran business man said the robbery occurred at about 7:30.

Winston pointed out that the robbers took “a few hundred dollars, which is significant considering the general turnover of that particular area.”

He is now calling on parliament to intervene in an attempt to stem the rise of robberies which has plagued the island in recent times.

“Parliament has to sit because the commercial sector on a whole is being affected,” Winston said. “Bail across the board should be changed. I am of the strongest opinion that in a lot of the crimes, there’s a recurrence by the very same personalities.”

Winston noted that increased security surveillance may not be viable for most businesses, considering their profits, and is adamant that Dominica must review its granting of bail.

In October several well-known businesses were robbed including J.E. Nassief on Goodwill Road, McMillan Gas Station in Roseau, the Coca Cola outlet in Fond Cole and the Wade Filling Station in Portsmouth. In November the HHV Whitchurch outlet in Portsmouth was also robbed.

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122 Comments

  1. December 19, 2011

    alas!!!!!skerro if i tell u someting u will vex wid me nor?please bring back tiyanni behanzin eh souple’ mwer ka madawe’

  2. WANT IT NOW
    December 19, 2011

    THEY DONT WANT TO WORK HARD LIKE SUKIE.

    THEY WANT IT NOW.

    I REGRET THIS INCIDENT

    Mr wINSTAON IS AN EXEMPLARY CITIZEN ; a serious role model. Dobtlessly the hardest working Dominica ever!

    Its sad and a downwrong shame what has taken place and I hope the person/s concerned will be brought to justice.

  3. WestIndianBwoi
    December 19, 2011

    Jamaica used to be the crime & murder capital of the West Indies, now its Trinidad & Tobago. Judging by the looks of things, Dominica is starting to go down the same path and soon probably will be the Crime capital of the Caribbean. Something needs to be done about it NOW before it gets any worst!

  4. Anonymous
    December 19, 2011

    BEHANZIN we need him back
    To: Mrs George don’t be afraid to punish them

  5. UNKNOWN
    December 19, 2011

    AGREE WITH SUKIE .. MOST CRIMES IS BY PPL THAT DOING CRIME AND IN COURT STILL FOR CRIMES .. THEM SAME FELLAS THAT ROB MCMILLIAN OUT ON BAIL .. LAST NIGHT I SAW POLICE HAD A PARTNER FOR BREAK AND STEALIN A TWO BLACKBERRIES AND THE MAN JUST COME OUT ON BAIL FOR STEALIN

  6. sexy Balaw
    December 18, 2011

    The politicians like to come into the ghetto and patronise us at election time. I remember Tony tears. I never saw him again. He needs to dress like santa claus and come to see us. Bullet pelting like hell in Tarish and Gutter for the past couple of days.

  7. D
    December 18, 2011

    BRING BACK BEHANZIN PLEASE.

  8. Qualified Dominican
    December 18, 2011

    I spoke with my friend last month about the scarcity of uniform policemen on the streets of Roseau. Both of us are ex-police officers.I hope something is done about this.

    • TeteMorne I from...
      December 20, 2011

      Well, go back and join nuh? Maybe you two will make the difference!? 8-O

  9. Dominican
    December 18, 2011

    Disgusting, the economy is hard and am sure everyone is having a hard time financially, but when those who sit on their asses, waits and then make4 a decision to just take what these people wrk so hard for,is just wrong. Thats why in developing countries people protect themselves which ever way they have to as long as its legal, and make them pay accordingly. The penalties in DA are to damn weak. While on vacation in november, I was warned several times, to look at my purse and be aware of my surroundings in DA, times have changed indeed. Sad

  10. angel
    December 18, 2011

    Another Robbery??????????

    No,No,No Something have to wrong!!!!

    Dominicans what’s going on ?Is it a game??
    I don’t seem to understand everyday or every other day i go on Dominica News Online is another Robbery!

  11. Belle beff
    December 18, 2011

    I just hope there is no political strategy involve in these robberies. Because the air seems to be getting thick with politics drama,there are results being anticipated,stategists are in and out of the island, there is need of new attics to occupier the peoples mind,fare factor is one, since it is known, that statesments have been made,”that Dominicans are too free,and things like close down the country and all the other negative sentiments that been flying all over the airwaves. Remember this is our country, and when it is distoryed is we self that have to deal with it.I hope they stop this thing, befor it really get out of hand.God help us.

  12. unfortunate
    December 18, 2011

    This is an unfortunate situation for all. But what is not being reported or talked about is the fact that there so many other robberies, against private citizens, at their homes and on their person. Crime is on the increase, no doubt about that. The problem is the judicial system is sending the wrong message to the criminals by handing down inadequate sentences.Its time to get tough on crime. Zero tolerance!!

  13. robbing hood
    December 18, 2011

    take from the rich and give to the poor… i guess santa does not pass in the ghetto, de ghetto have to go to the red clinic hahhah.
    THINGS REALLY NOT GOOD AS IT SEEMS

  14. Jane Messam
    December 17, 2011

    PM Skerrit – I beg you, please don’t let Dominica get like some of the crime ridden other caribbean islands. God help us all if Dominica goes that way on crime.

    • Anonymous
      December 19, 2011

      Satan cannot correct sin.

  15. Wow
    December 17, 2011

    I bet you if they mess with one of Crazy T businesses, or Burgess Xavier, they will get a cap in their behind.

    • CRICKET FAN
      December 18, 2011

      saying that small…….let them mess with us and they will be in reall trouble.we not hamming anyone we just setting there own mask on them.working so hard and u coming a rob me off.we need the security officers and police to step up their game.we must screen persons b4 getting into any law firm.well there will be police i plan clothes on the street,6 cops robbing a bar commoflash should not be wan.

  16. Free Thinker
    December 17, 2011

    The business community must speak out in one voice against crime, they only speak when it hits their individual business.

    Then again the Roseau business district is over-run by Chinese business people who do not care about the Dominican society only the money of Dominicans.

    The silence of the business community is Deafening!!

  17. Anonymous
    December 17, 2011

    sigh…that’s all i can say…. sigh….

  18. citizen
    December 17, 2011

    they must bring tiyani back to the court.. when he was there crime was low.. thats what they want they say tiyani sentencing to harsh but it was keeping the crime to a minimum level..the magistrate they have now giving criminals 6 months is these same people when they get out doing this shit..dominica have alot of repeat offenders because the justice system is week,thats why all this nonsense going on.. businessmen will have to get guns now to secure their business because unless they system dont change it wont stop, and they need to get magistrates and judge to look at the facts and not who lawyer can debate better..too many people get away with crime because they have the money to pay the best lawyer..

  19. FIL
    December 17, 2011

    THEY SHOULD GIVE HARSHER SENTENCE WHEN THEY ARE CAUGHT FOR ROBBERIES, I BET YOU THAT THEY WILL THINK TWICE OF ROBBING PEOPLE.

  20. kai che
    December 17, 2011

    How is only d/can black businessmen being robbed and not da chinese ones.Sum fing wong dere wi. :lol:

  21. concerned resident
    December 17, 2011

    There are some tourists who were attacked in Mindleham falls from a masked guy with 2 knives. They could stop him because he was a teen and they were 2 strong men . He runed away They didn’t do a report to the police but did one to the forestry

  22. Anonymous
    December 17, 2011

    some European governments have issued travel warnings about Dominica already.

    How does Dominica ever plan to get the young folks into jobs when nothing is done to protect businesses and good sources of income (like tourists)?

    the answer is: nobody cares. The ones who care have no power. The ones with power do not need to care.

    • true
      December 17, 2011

      Anonymous Anonymous comment like yours that cause those involve in these practices to continue doing that,because you are not condemning that action. Because young folks are not into jobs should that give them the right to rob ppl?You are being too political for my liking,the ones who care have no power,the ones with power do not care.If the ones that are not in power care so much what preventing them from doing something to get those young folks in jobs?Just be careful that you are not the next to be rob.I dont know if that copeil person that was rob recently have any connection with copiel that talk on Q95,but sometime ago copiel made a statement blameing the government for not creating jobs for the young guyes thats why they have to get involve in that activity,instead he condemn it he encourage it,look now if the copiel that was rob is relative to him its his fault.So what i can say is that when things like that happen lets all come together and condemn it cause tomorow it might as well be our turn.

      • sexy Balaw
        December 18, 2011

        Those without power cannot act. They were not given the mandate. The government was given the mandate because they promised the populace 500 jobs in 100 days and on that basis we voted. So they need to provide the youths with jobs because it is obvious they have the power. Unfortunately THEY DO NOT CARE

      • SMH
        December 19, 2011

        Why bring Copiel into the thing. They not calling q95 they support Labor. Theives see she working hard hard hard and assume she making plenty money. It’s small minds doing robbery’s. People learn by example…. What example do you think these young persons learning from?

    • Soldier
      December 17, 2011

      Yes, Germany!

  23. Aye Dominique
    December 17, 2011

    This thing seems to be a little bit more serious than I thought…..

    How are we going to stop this?

  24. DominicanBwoy
    December 17, 2011

    I mean dont get many tourists compared to most of the other islands*

  25. DominicanBwoy
    December 17, 2011

    I think Dominica is too stuck in the past. I think they should lose the title of ‘Nature Island Of The Caribbean’ & try and be more modern, the country is getting worst and its because it isn’t modernized, which is why Dominica is so poor and many tourists compared to most of the other islands, while most of the other Caribbean islands are modernized and getting tourists. I also think that Dominica should be owned by France again, an overseas French island, or atleast be a Dependency or whatever its called, of France, that way Dominica will change for the better, become modernized, better laws and policies, more money and better economy etc.

    • salllllute
      December 17, 2011

      you a dumb azz nah? nature isle of the caribbean because of the nature,green and forest the island has allover not because the ppl. this whole rant you made is bull crap which leads me to think you are a challenged retard.

    • salllllute
      December 17, 2011

      another thing you are sooooooooo stupid.. the crime rate in gwada and Martinique so high…they killing ppl in big day light in the middle of the streets…..you need to travel and experience life b4 you open your smelling trap and talk all this bull crap…you making me vexxxxxxxxxxx

    • December 17, 2011

      @DominicanB ithink you are talking nonsense i leave in st.croix vi and trust me Dominica gets alot more tourist than st.croix .Dominica gets much more cruise ships than over here .and tell me what is not moderize about Dominica?the only thing that Dominica dont have to make it modernize like some of the other Islands is a five star hotel and a International Airport besides those two Dominica got everything that todays world have to ofter to make it modernize.so get your facts straight Dominica have come a very long way

    • Nac Vibes
      December 17, 2011

      DominicanB, does the B in your handle stand for Brainless?

    • DFFFG
      December 18, 2011

      You right, boy.
      If nothing is done, the so called « NATURE ISLAND » will soon become the “ RISKY ISLAND ”.

      But don’t dream ; Alas ! there is no chance that France will want DA as a french territory ; for several reasons.
      One is that the french west indians, who have the highest standard of living in the Carribean, express no gratitude at all towards France ;
      Although they benefit from social and financial assistances that Dominicans would dream of, they’re never satisfied ; it’s never enough !
      They still consider France as a colonialist country ; whereas, actually for them, it is a real “golden eggs fowl ”

      And I don’t think that all Dominicans would want to be french either, simply because of ideological and political reasons ( the so called “freedom”, proud of being independent , etc … you know what I mean ? ) especially the politicians, who want to keep their full power and their full sovereignty, even if it is not the best choice for the country and for the citizens welfare.
      Tchebbè raid my friend !
      And Season greetings

    • Dominican girl!
      December 18, 2011

      You stupid fool! What does that have to do with the matter at hand.. Get a life and stop finding fault in your county.

    • dominican
      December 18, 2011

      :) hey i agree with you…..

  26. Anonymous
    December 17, 2011

    I think there should be a high amount of bail for those who perpetrate those crimes.
    We need to build a bigger prison,and a fortified one at best. create more jobs and educate the puplic, hire more security gaurds, excetra.

    • Man in Dominica
      December 18, 2011

      Why is bail granted at all for this kind of crime? Keep them in jail until their trial.

  27. FED UP DOMINICAN
    December 17, 2011

    I have always maintained that on the whole Dominica is not a crime ridden, violent country, but if we are to go by population count, then I sadly believe that the crime rate in Dominica is way to high.

    Its time for the PM/Chief of Police to address the nation re the sudden outbreak of robberies. Something has to be done. The public needs to see some sort of action. The police desperately needs the public’s help and trust. The judiciary needs to stop pampering the criminals, stop treating them as the victims.

  28. Popular Eating Spot
    December 17, 2011

    I’m ready for them in their M*** L*** S******. I will make an example out of somebody. I agree with Police. Somebody will pay!! Not my business they’re gonna Rob.

    • ?
      December 18, 2011

      you will sh** in your pant or panties when they supprise you… stop being arrogant… remmember they come like the thief in the night

  29. Tony
    December 17, 2011

    Well I am very sorry to hear that Sukies was robbed but Mr Winston must usderstand that he cannot just depend on the Government rather he must take some basic steps to protect his employees and customers. One basic step is installing Surveillance Cameras. I have porposed that the Government must provide a Tax write of to the business owners over a five year period. If there is an incident then they must provide a copy of the tape to the Police without a Court Order to justify their tax deduction . I have also proposed that the Police must form a unit which specific duties is the investigate Robberies and Burglaries in that way this unit with be proficient in this type of investigation. We must also look at the bail issue and revise it. If bail is issued then it should be all cash bail not just a percentage. We must understand that the law abiding citizens are not committing such crimes therefore we must make it difficult as possible for such criminal to abuse our citizens.

    • Soldier
      December 17, 2011

      I understand your point but how are cameras going to work with masked men!?! Which is the trend might I add.

      • Tony
        December 18, 2011

        Hi, Soldier you make a valid point but I have cameras on the front and back of my home. Both cameras can record up to two hundred feet and I have a monitor where I can see who is approaching my residence. Also a perpetrator is not going to put his mask on until he get close to the location to commit his crime. Perpetrators usually look for less propected locations and maybe both of us can put mind to work to help make it very difficult for any criminal to commit such crime. Everytime I visit home I always buy from sukies bakery and it always saddens me when I read about such vicious incidents.

    • Anonymous
      December 17, 2011

      Agree to the comment made, but then again can we depend on the Dominica Police Force to solve the crimes, NO! Dominican police are only concerned about drugs, when someone calls them they are quik to respond cause the love the attention(to brings their guns) but when it comes to matters like that they never have vechicle to attend to the crimes; then when we take matters into our own hands they gives us wrong.But, u know what someone needs to make an example of one of the robbers. Whats hurts me more is that they dont pinalize the robbers hard; especially killing to, the people never take hard jail them only for marijauna pple take hard jail, a manmade bush. You all need to change the law of this state else pple will definitely take matters into their own hands

  30. December 17, 2011

    fellas too idle in Dominica…need to find constructive things to do.

    • ?
      December 18, 2011

      who have de jobs, first question

  31. ya
    December 17, 2011

    again……………..bt where dem police nuh,y police not patrolling the streets,they sit down whole day and there is work for dem to do……………..smh

    • dominican
      December 18, 2011

      i agree, at the end of the day, if we dont have tourists on the island dominica will suffer a great deal and the plocie force needs to be educated about this big time! :(

  32. Possible
    December 17, 2011

    The population is just to small to think that these robbers are undetectable. The moral of the police is low.the job and duty of the police is compromise ;the head of the police force has no credibility. What do we expect but a rogue society.
    in a country where there is a great poverty divide between the government elite ,cabal,deceitful lawyers and senior counsels; when these robbers hawks are using the country ‘s resources to enrich themselves while the people languish in poverty expect crime ;drugs;kidnapping ;gun point robberies.
    It is very easy to assume that the robbers are lazy people who refuse to work . Where is the work? The few new jobs are done by the Chinese; merchants are mainly Chinese.
    my heart is hurting -why the sit back and say nothing. While apologists and sycophants are asking for evidence the symptoms of a corrupt government in a poor country is on the bill boards for everyone to see.
    Those corrupt ones will huff and puff but cannot destroy those bill boards only the will of the people can. Tony is way to short and limited to destroy these display boards -somethings cannot be adulterated Mr pm and tony.

    • the other side
      December 17, 2011

      and if you set up a business, they will come after you and rob you, beat you down, maybe even kill you.

      you may offer them a job, they will refuse. robbery is their business.

  33. Doc. Love.
    December 17, 2011

    MR. SUKIE,CALLING ON PARLIAMENT WILL NOT SOLVE THE PROBLEM.IF YOU ARE NOT AFRAID OF SKERRIT, ALL YOU HAVE TO DO AS A LABORITE IS TO TELL SKERRIT TO ADDRESS MEMBERS OF THE POLICE FORCE AND LET THEM KNOW INORDER TO STOP SOME OF THE CRIMES, IS TO GET UP FROM THE DAILY SLEEPING ON THE COTS AND THE DRINKING IN THE CANTEEN AND PUT THEIR BACKSIDES ON THE ROADS OF ROSEAU AND BY EXTENSION THE COUNTRY DISTRICTS.

  34. ME
    December 17, 2011

    WHAT CAN DEM POLI-TRICK-STARS DO? THEY WILL THIEF AND JAIL YOU IF YOU TOUCH A LEAF. TIME FOR TEXAS JUSTICE. “I AM MY OWN POLICE”

  35. BRAIN DAMAGE
    December 17, 2011

    Mr. CHIEF of POLICE what are you doing and saying about that.

    • the_paro 1
      December 17, 2011

      in one word utter rubbish…

  36. BRAIN DAMAGE
    December 17, 2011

    It seems as if it’s robbers time.
    Dominica’s adult population is approximately 60 thousands… the police and government cann’t handle those robberies going on now…much less if we were over populated, the thieves would have rob the police stations… It’s time to put a brakes on those culprits.

  37. Fed up WOMAN
    December 17, 2011

    Well i have something for those young guys. let anyone hold me at hostage and i promise i am going stick something in them, its well sharpened and then i will call police. You mean to tell me all them things happening like is a joke. TELL DEM COME we will see who bad.

  38. mouth of the south
    December 17, 2011

    just remember it was MOTS who told you all… these case of robberies were intentional… and to cause hysteria, bring panic and fear among nationals… a tactic where the gov’t going to ‘intervene’ and save the day like robin hood….. and all ants will say halelujah… not seeing the web in front their eyes…. need say no more

  39. zandoli
    December 17, 2011

    Well they framed up Tiyani Behanzin and sent him off…..this is the direct result. Crime was at its lowest in his term as magistrate.

  40. rolling stone
    December 17, 2011

    i am apealing to those youngster out there, stay out of trouble, learn to respect others property because is work people have to work for what they want. Crimes does not pay it only degrade your personality. i totally condemn this criminal act. :-x

    • Anonymous
      December 17, 2011

      crime does pay in Dominica. None of the robbers are caught, police not fighting crime unless it is about weed.

      as long as police is not a problem, robbery will always be a good source of income. what could possibly happen?

  41. Belle beff
    December 17, 2011

    We as a people must try to approach this new wave of senseless activites with tatics and cordination, and not let our emotion run wild. There soon gonna have a brake in these crimes cause doe matter how good this band of Ali baba think they are, Dominica too small for them to get away all the time.Dominicans need to be more vigilant these days.

    • lol
      December 17, 2011

      that is true. Dominica small, people know each other. and still all the robbers get away? no no no, that is not right.

      police could get them if only they’d work on it properly.

  42. Trouble Intended
    December 17, 2011

    How is it that we are becoming so violent? All this “cutting off hands” and “shooting to kill” is pure none sense. There has to be a civilized and socially acceptably method of addressing this. Get to the root of the problem and fix it from there. Getting violent will only make it worse. You might shoot the wrong person, like you relative or friend…I am sure you don’t want to do that.

    • Anonymous
      December 17, 2011

      people re just shocked and helpless. of course it makes no sense to talk about harder punishments. the problem is rather that hardly any robber is caught and punished at all. the problem lies in investigation. even if law provided for torture, nothing would change. to make a change, these people need to be apprehended.

    • December 17, 2011

      Too many foreign criminals in your island, I see with the Bajans protecting their country by not letting Dick Tom and Harry on their shores

      Over two thousand Spanish in your island, wonder how many out of the 2 thousand and the others have a have a clean record

      • blondie
        December 18, 2011

        That is so freaking true! Spanish and Haitians and they well ready to curse your mother a*** and feel they have more right than you.

  43. legit
    December 17, 2011

    parliament must make it law being caught in the act of robbery the victims(s)police should kill the culprits without questions asked.

    • Waitukubul i
      December 17, 2011

      The police will certainly wallow in that! not an ideal solution at all. The innocent might get the “bill”.

    • Mohamed George Bush
      December 17, 2011

      true kill them all.

    • robbing hood
      December 18, 2011

      so you would kill the prime minister for the bin bobol… ah that to hash, think before you type, to much emotions

  44. Smarty
    December 17, 2011

    Who is coming in and out of town,
    before and after the robbery?
    ——SOLUTION— 8)
    install video/observing cameras on the mainroads,
    check car-no. on the tapes !!

    • Ehdi
      December 17, 2011

      Police don’t want that.

      They think that they themselves are going to be monitored by their superiors.

      Why else would there not be basic CCTV in ANY of the charge offices in the country?

    • Tony
      December 17, 2011

      Yes, I agree with you and I would add. The Police should send their crime prevention Officers to the business and conduct a security servey to show them how they can better protect their businesses. They need security cameras in the business.

    • former tourist
      December 17, 2011

      after i got robbed, i could give the police a car desciption and much much more information. They dont care. it that easy. surveillance wont help because nobody looking at the video or nobody cares. i suppose police is involved in the business

  45. Anonymous
    December 17, 2011

    and there I thought sukie’s enterprise was untouchable. Something needs to be done about this high spate of robberies happening now..

  46. vanassa
    December 17, 2011

    when they catch a thief you know what they should do cut out one of their hand because that would send example for the rest of them

  47. stt
    December 17, 2011

    2 days ago on st thomas a woman shoot one dead she did not waist time to pump some bullet in him dead with his mask and gluves still on shoot them

  48. %
    December 17, 2011

    Do we have a government? Do they care? Are all the members moo moo? In times like these we need to hear from them their action plan. Are they on island? Isn’t their silence a debilitating blow to businessmen and members of the public? I AM JUST ASKING.

    • %
      December 17, 2011

      We need to hear from Carrette as well.. Isn’t he the police commissioner?

    • Muslim_Always
      December 17, 2011

      They want the local business places to close down so that the Chinese can take over. No attacks on Chinese but all on local businessmen, can’t you see the conspiracy?

  49. Muslim_Always
    December 17, 2011

    Firstly, the police cannot be everywhere at the same time. They are not gods.

    Secondly, we empathize with Mr. Winston however, it seems only when crime hits home they are crying foul…A panel of business should have sad down and discuss a proposal to tackle this as well.

    Thirdly, the higher powers in my view want crimes to continue this way. Once the bail is set and this person goes out into the street then he will simply do more robberies to pay his debt. It’s really that simple. How is a man going to get $50,000? It’s unless he has some money stacked up from the illegal practice or some rich family member bears the burden. I think this bail is absurd.

    I believe that cutting the hand of these grand thieves as a maxim, if they steal $10,000 and above should be the penalty. For those lower should be sent to prison for some years.

    Lastly, it is my view that Dominica is not ready to fight crime.

    • former muslim
      December 17, 2011

      keep your MUSLIM views to yourself that damn silly religion!

      • dominican
        December 18, 2011

        they are not all bad

    • Papa Way
      December 17, 2011

      …cutting the hand??? This is 2011 you muppet!
      What if for some bizarre reason you/the law get’s it wrong and convicts the wrong man? Can you give him his hand back?

      Dominica isn’t some stone-age island in the middle of no-where (although some people might disagree), so less of the backward vibes. Crime is a social issue which needs an intelligent approach in ordered to be addressed in an appropriate fashion. With so many people of ‘learning’ on the island it should be obvious what needs to be done…but you’re not going to burn down your house to get rid of wood ants? Or are you?

      • Trouble Intended
        December 17, 2011

        Perfect response….I completely agree; the law gets it wrong a lot and that hand cannot be replaced.

    • Sunshine
      December 17, 2011

      “Firstly, the police cannot be everywhere at the same time. They are not gods.”

      Did you think before you wrote this? You post this as if to say that Dominica has a handful of officers. Officers can be everywhere at the same time, just not the same officers. The same way they are set up in strategic locations to give tickets.

      • So Sorry
        December 17, 2011

        WHEN I WAS IN THE FORCE THERE WERE 270 POLICE AND LOW CRIME , NOW THERE ARE OVER 400 AND MORE CRIME? THAT IS STRANGE.

    • Anonymous
      December 17, 2011

      Cut there damn hand self….. all of a sudden you seeing a whole det of robbery… you know what they saying “a lickle two years three year…six months…what that going and do? I can serve that…” they need to send a message to those young….foolish ignorant, sons of bastards who just decide that there is no work so i’m just give up…. sit down on the side of the road and when money run low.. they going in somebody else hard earned money…

      then they join with us in disguised saying burn them burn them….or where is the Parliament and bring Mr.skerrit in every blasted thing… you know what! stop waiting for people to something and start doing it yourself!

      This is getting to ridiculous! They to like easy way out… and all they can do is spray there damn baygons on girls… and den stupid girl settling with the low lives not realizing that they can do better

  50. eh heh?
    December 17, 2011

    i ain’t lyin but for my biz protection and myself I WILL SHOOT!

  51. Mohamad
    December 17, 2011

    increase the prison sentence, no bail, all cases of robbery should be given maximum sentence and they shouldn’t be allowed to see the light of day.

  52. Gr8
    December 17, 2011

    The only change in legislation we need is if caught police should shoot to kill.

    • MangoSweet
      December 17, 2011

      RUBBISH!! Absolutely RUBBISH!!!

    • Empress Kz
      December 17, 2011

      Senseless comment

      • Mohamed
        December 17, 2011

        your mama said something similar when u was born

    • yes i
      December 17, 2011

      couple must die for them to stop

      • Fed up WOMAN
        December 17, 2011

        totally agree

    • BRAIN DAMAGE
      December 17, 2011

      I hope there would be none in the cabinet for police to shoot to kill.

  53. kkk
    December 17, 2011

    mr P.M you and your boyz take a stand before it is to late

    • former muslim
      December 17, 2011

      they don’t care…their pockets are lined with dollars , tanks filled, cabinets stocked…they just don’t care.

      But one thing is for sure no one fooling me 2 weeks before election again!

    • robbing hood
      December 18, 2011

      satan cannot correct sin, so how can you ask the prime minister to take a stand when he also in deeply involved in crime….
      get real

      • D
        December 18, 2011

        I love that response “robbing hood.” I totally agree.

  54. Empress Kz
    December 17, 2011

    Come on people…Do you really believe that all of these robberies taking place in our beautiful island is being done by lazy good for nothing youths with nothing better to do…THINK AGAIN…being biased is not going to give us answers….no matter how hard it is to digest we must open our eyes, and our mindset needs to change…there is a lot of wrong things happening in our society…in high up places and yet still we close ours eyes, but the real issues at hand will not go away until we decide to stand up and face them together as a unified people. Things are not always what they seem.

    • Muslim_Always
      December 17, 2011

      A different thought, I like that, thumbs up to you.

      • AmazingFace
        December 19, 2011

        yeah right…and the moon is made of green cheese….are you for real? Do you really believe that any honest hard-working young man really have time to sit down and plan robberies???

  55. ebeh
    December 17, 2011

    magwaysah…………….

    • Empress Kz
      December 17, 2011

      Your point being what exactly

  56. Belle beff
    December 17, 2011

    Just wandering how comes the whole or partly the whole town is Chinese businesses and non of them get broken into or attempted? I guess they must have police protection, or the thives know what tree they climbing. That’s sad though, by now the Police should have an idea who these “scum bags “are they need to make a brake to give the business sector some confidence. This is not good for the police credibility.

    • real possie
      December 17, 2011

      @ Belle that was funny they sure seems like they know what tree they climbing.Theres two trees a googloo and a mango tree wich one would u jump on?me my self i prefer mangoes.lol

    • forreal
      December 17, 2011

      are insinuating that certain businesses should be robbed,i do not like were your comment is heading,its condoning and encouraging the thieves,that may be reading on DNO.

    • December 17, 2011

      Who knows if they are involve in some of the crime, people will not point fingers on them because they come to DA with money, but trust me many of them a prisoner from China

      • Amazed
        December 17, 2011

        Crazy! Well your name says it all. I guess your middle name must be Ignorant.

    • AmazingFace
      December 19, 2011

      If it were you, would you mess with the Chinese?! Monkey know what tree it climbing for real!

  57. wow
    December 17, 2011

    POLICE! DO YOUR JOB!

    • Police
      December 17, 2011

      Do yours too educate your children, brothers sisters, and even yourself before they get killed.

    • Malatete
      December 17, 2011

      Seriously, apart from the traffic “cash registers” with their blue books do you see any “crime busters” on patrol these days? I mean in uniform, to act as a deterrent and instill a sence of security.

      • robbing hood
        December 18, 2011

        please mister commisioner all them police that playing politics and giving all those promotions, i think they are the ones that should do most of the work…

        just saying that the majority of police dont care anymore since politics killed that insitution… imagine a man confessed to a crime and he cannot and was not arrested and charged of the crime

    • They Already Know
      December 17, 2011

      When Deni confessed, the commissioner said he inconsistent…..and they cya find secko! Did you call on them back then to do their job?!

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