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Tuesday, 8 April 2008

Six men in police custody after a member of the public reporting that shots had been fired in the vicinity of Miss Daisy Lane.

Six men are currently in police custody and two firearms and a car have been seized following an operation carried out in West Bay . Officers investigating the Saturday morning shooting in Miss Daisy Lane made the arrests soon after 2pm. The men aged between 21 and 38 have been arrested on suspicion of possessing unlicensed firearms, suspicion of discharging an unlicensed firearm and consumption of a controlled drug. Officers from the Uniform Support Group, West Bay and George Town CID, West Bay Uniform Department and K9 carried out the raid at an address in Town Hall Road where the men, the firearms and the vehicle were located.
The arrests relate to an incident which occurred at around 6am on Saturday morning in the area known locally as ‘Log Wood’, West Bay. The 911 Emergency Communications Centre received a call from a member of the public reporting that shots had been fired in the vicinity of Miss Daisy Lane. Officers responded and upon arrival found that a 25-year-old man had sustained some minor injuries to his leg, however, he did not require hospital treatment. It appears that a number of shots had been fired at the victim’s house while he was inside. A 23-year-old man previously arrested in relation to this case remains in police custody. “Crimes which involve violence and firearms are a serious concern to us,” said Area Commander, Chief Inspector Angelique Howell. “These arrests should act as a warning to others that we will remain relentless in our efforts to remove weapons from the streets.”



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