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Shooting in Carrs Bay leaves young man in serious condition

 Investigation underway

On Sunday, March 18, 2012 reports of a missing young man from Davy Hill resulted in reports by the police that they are investigating the circumstances which led to the 32-year-old being shot in the head.

The reports are that the young man who at the time of writing this report is in a hospital unit in Trinidad, after being flown there via a stopover in Antigua where a bullet was found in his head, was found up a ghaut that leads down to the sea east of the Carrs Bay road.

Allegedly doctors in Montserrat did now know the cause of the wound in Ezra David’s head as they were not advised that a gun had been found on the scene of what police is suspecting to be a shooting incident.

According to a statement from Police Commissioner Steve Foster, the man identified as Ezra David was found in the Carr’s Bay area some time on Sunday 18th March 2012. They have launched an appeal for assistance from anyone who was in the Davy Hill, Carr’s Bay or Brades area between Saturday evening March 17 and Sunday March 18 and may have heard or seen anything or may have information about the discharge of a firearm, to come forward and speak with the police.

No arrest has been made in this suspicious crime. Commissioner Foster said the police is putting every effort into the investigation.

Meanwhile, David remains in critical condition with family and friends praying for his recovery.

 

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 Investigation underway

On Sunday, March 18, 2012 reports of a missing young man from Davy Hill resulted in reports by the police that they are investigating the circumstances which led to the 32-year-old being shot in the head.

The reports are that the young man who at the time of writing this report is in a hospital unit in Trinidad, after being flown there via a stopover in Antigua where a bullet was found in his head, was found up a ghaut that leads down to the sea east of the Carrs Bay road.

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Allegedly doctors in Montserrat did now know the cause of the wound in Ezra David’s head as they were not advised that a gun had been found on the scene of what police is suspecting to be a shooting incident.

According to a statement from Police Commissioner Steve Foster, the man identified as Ezra David was found in the Carr’s Bay area some time on Sunday 18th March 2012. They have launched an appeal for assistance from anyone who was in the Davy Hill, Carr’s Bay or Brades area between Saturday evening March 17 and Sunday March 18 and may have heard or seen anything or may have information about the discharge of a firearm, to come forward and speak with the police.

No arrest has been made in this suspicious crime. Commissioner Foster said the police is putting every effort into the investigation.

Meanwhile, David remains in critical condition with family and friends praying for his recovery.