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St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The woman injured in Wednesday's (March 1) shooting incident was again traumatized by gunmen when shots were fired upon her residence in Farms Project around 1 am Saturday.

Police confirmed the shooting incident and that no one was injured during the gunplay. WINN FM understands that the woman, Jacqueline Buchanan, a port worker, was at home when the shooting occurred.

At around 7:30 Wednesday morning Buchanan was shot in the arm when two masked men reportedly opened fire on the vehicle in which she was a passenger when the car was in the area of the Mount Idle area.

At the time, her son Floyd was driving the car while another son, Kassim and Floyd's 7-year-old daughter, were also in the vehicle.

Information suggests Floyd was taking his daughter to school before the others headed to Basseterre for work.

Police have since arrested three persons in connection to Wednesday's shooting.

Superintendent Lionel Moore, District B Commander, told WINN FM that the suspects were taken into custody at different times, and as at Saturday, had not been charged with any offence.

 

 

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0 #3 Natty Dread 2017-03-06 10:20
Does this have anything to do with the Sandy Pointers sentenced recently for gun importation etc? They may attack again, relocate the woman or follow her every move and be on the alert to nab the culprit should an attempt be made on her life again.
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0 #2 Jeffrey L Donovan 2017-03-05 13:42
This appears to be an attempt to intimidate the lady so that she may have reservations about possible testifying against the individuals responsible for injuring her. On another note I am noticing more voices are joining the chorus of Chop Off the Hands. I think at some point this may be the solution that works because nothing else seems to be working at this point. There have been expensive forums, but the real solution will come when the criminal elements see their limbs leaving their body as a means of paying for their heinous crimes. There have been nearly 100 murders in Trinidad so far this year according to two Trinidad Newspapers, even though we are only in the first week of the third month of 2017. The number of murders are outstripping the number of days. This madness had to stop.
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+6 #1 Arthur James 2017-03-04 19:27
This senseless disrespect and violence will not stop until and unless, we draw a line in the sand and pass a law to chop off the hands of these filthy germs despoiling our nation.
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