A man whose home was fire-bombed two weeks ago was gunned down in Tunapuna on Wednesday evening.
According to a police report, shortly after 7 pm, Kenneth Millard was sitting near the gate of an apartment complex he managed at Ali Street, when a lone gunman walked up to him and shot him several times. The gunman then escaped.
Upon hearing the gunshots, the tenants of the complex called the police.
However, when the police arrived, they found Millard dead on the scene.
An autopsy is expected to be conducted at the Forensic Science Centre in St James today.
A Belmont man is expected to appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate today charged with a double murder in 2017—the murders of Mukhtar Ali and Jamal Modeste—as well a charge of shooting with intent against a female victim, which occurred on Sunday 3 December 2017.
24-year-old hospital attendant, ANTHONY MOORE (alias ‘Chico’), of St. Francois Valley Road, Belmont, also was charged with possession of firearm and possession of ammunition, following advice received from Director of Public Prosecutions, Roger Gaspard SC, on Friday 17 January 2020.
Another murder was recorded in Arima on Thursday night.
According to a police report, at about 8.30 pm, 43-year-old Julien Caleb was standing at the corner of Eastern Main Road and Kingdom Avenue when a gunman walked up to him and shot him dead.
Julien Caleb was the third resident from Malabar to be killed in the last 12 days.
Police said Caleb lived at Richard Street in Malabar and was a barber.
Former National Security Minister, Jack Warner, says it is time that Government officially activates a State of Emergency (SoE), to deal with the crime crisis in the country.
Mr Warner was reacting to news of the most recent incidents of gang violence in the capital city, Port of Spain.
He believes the authorities here need to take a page out of the Jamaica playbook with targeted SoEs in hotspot areas, in order to get a handle on gang violence.
The family of Aaron 'Max' Broomes—one of the two men shot dead in Port-of-Spain on Wednesday—is today saying he was not involved in any criminal activities.
The 29-year-old father of two was shot dead with Kayode ‘Toes’ Donawa by gunmen just after 2 pm at Queen and Nelson Street. His family is questioning the gunmen's gain.
"They just causing people pain, that's all they doing," one relative said.
"They getting on like they don't have a family to," she continued.
There are reports of another a triple murder in Arima…
According to reports, four persons were shot, with three of them succumbing to their injuries.
The fourth shooting victim remains warded at hospital.
The victims have been identified by their aliases only, thus far—Dimitry, Nyron and Jordan.
Reports are that the shooting incident occurred in the early hours of this morning at Demerara Road in Arima.
CNC3 NEWS understands that the assailants, allegedly dressed as police officers, walked into the area at 1 am, and gunfire erupted.
The man accused of killing Gabriella Du Barry at her Fyzabad home last Thursday, has been sent for a psychiatric evaluation at the St Ann’s Psychiatric Hospital.
Vishal Birju, a PH driver of Pepper Village, Fyzabad appeared before Magistrate Ava Vandenberg-Bailey at the Siparia Magistrates Court this morning.
The court heard that on Thursday 9th January, Birju murdered Du Barry. He was not called upon to plead as the charge was laid indictably.
A 43-year-old man from East Dry River has appeared in court charged with the murder of pre-school principal Jezelle Fourniller.
Kirk Fields, of East Dry River, Port-of-Spain, was remanded into custody when appeared before Chief Magistrate Maria Busby-Earle-Caddle in the Port-of-Spain Magistrate's Court, this morning.
Fields was not called upon to plead to the indictable charge.
Fields is accused of stabbing 48-year-old Jezelle Fourniller, of Edingburgh 500, Chaguanas, at the school located along Independence Square in Port-of-Spain, last Monday.
A man identified only by his alias was found dead in Arouca on Tuesday morning.
The man’s body bore several gunshot wounds to the head.
According to a police report, at about 1.30 am, residents at Yorke Street, Arouca, heard voices quarrelling on the roadway over a cigarette, and then heard several gunshots.
Thirty year old Vishal Birju has been charged with the murder of Gabriella Du Barry.
Birju, a taxi driver from Pepper Village, Fyzabad, was charged yesterday evening.
He is expected to appear before a Siparia magistrate at the Siparia Magistrates’ Court, this morning.
Last Thursday, Garbiella Du Barry was at her parents’ home when Birju stormed the premises, entered a bedroom and opened fire on her. The mother of one was shot three times and died at the scene.
He was subsequently detained by police at his home.