Police Investigate Violent Death Of 61 Yro Man

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the discovery of a partly burnt body in Stubbs.

Preliminary investigations have revealed that the body of Verrol James, 61 yrs Watchman of Stubbs was discovered at the back of his home on Sunday November 18, 2018 about 7:00 am.

The body had marks of violence and burns from the belly down to the feet which is consistent with that of a homicide.

The deceased lived alone and was last seen about 4:00 pm on Saturday November 17, 2018.

A post-mortem examination will be conducted on the body to ascertain the cause of death.

The Police are soliciting the assistance of members of the public who may have any information that can assist with this investigation to contact the ACP in-charge Crimes at Tel: 784-456-1339, Officer in-charge South Central Division at 784-458-4200 or Officer in-charge CID at 784-456-1810.

All calls will be treated confidentially.

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  1. Our Government tells us that young males, quote; “have chosen to invest in low-end but dangerous gun violence and have become “armed entrepreneurs”, living illegally off the fat of the land, making absolutely no contribution to the country’s development, sucking from it, and on innocent law-abiding people of all walks of life.”

    Week after week day after day these tragedies goes on and on in this our never-ending hell. Murder, rape, burglary, child sex abuse! Man stab, man chop, woman hurt! Murder, rape, burglary, child sex, muggings, man dead!

    When will all this come to an end? Yet these things are all too familiar when we choose the road that we have taken and follow folly in our economic policies. We champion Venezuela and follow them likewise along their disastrous pathway.

    “As if coping with constant food and medicine shortages were not enough for crisis-weary Venezuelans, many live in constant fear in a country where three people die violently every hour.”

    Murder rate soars in Venezuela, forcing population to take extreme precautions to stay alive amid food and medicine shortages South American nation registered 26,000 homicides last year, 89 per 100,000. That’s 15 times the global average, murderers often kill for smartphones and a Teacher Yamileth Marcano’s younger brother Willis was stabbed to death for his.

    Our ordinary experience here in SVG differs little from Venezuela’s, yet our Government who are responsible for our security, negligently rings their hands, as we continue to suffer the consequences of their economic folly!

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