This country has recorded its fifth homicide in under a month.
Reports are that Arian Tittle, said to be around 32 years old, of Chapmans died Saturday morning after receiving a chop wound to the back of the neck.
The woman is said to have been chopped by a 37-year-old man with whom she had an intimate relationship.
Reports are that the incident occurred in the presence of some of the woman’s children.
Monday night, motorist Deron “Eye Spy” McDowall died at the Georgetown Hospital shortly after being involved in a vehicular accident.
According to police, McDowall was riding a motorcycle when he was struck by a mini bus, driven by Mark Ollivierre of Enhams.
The incident occurred on the Langley Park public road about 8:30 p.m.
The killing on Saturday brings to five the number of homicides over the past four weeks.
On July 29, Keland Gabriel, a 24-year-old resident of Redemption Sharpes, died after receiving a chop wound to chest.
That death came about 24 hours after Rodney Grant was found dead, shortly after a robbery of the Russell’s Cineplex.
Grant had a bullet wound to his face and five men have been charged with causing his death.
On Aug. 17, Alvin Hannaway, a 41-year-old construction worker of Sion Hill, was arrested and charged with the murder of Damari Miller, a 21-year-old conductor of Belair, “by stabbing him on the left side of his chest with a knife,” at Arnos Vale on Aug. 17.
Also on Aug. 17, Ian Gould, a 35-year-old farmer of Lowmans Leeward was arrested and charged with the murder of Owen Pompey, a 47-year-old farmer of Troumaca, by stabbing him about his body with a knife, at Morne Ronde Mountain on Aug. 12.