Mitchie WebbAn Edinboro man underwent surgery today after being shot multiple times around 10:30 a.m. in Kingstown.

Head of the Criminal Investigations Department, Assistant Superintendent of Police Sydney James told I-Witness News that Mitchie Webb was walking in the Rose Place in the area known as Nine Steps when he was shot.

James said that Webb was shot about five times.

A well-placed source told I-Witness News that Webb, whose Facebook page gives his birthdate as April 4, 1988, received two bullets to the abdomen, one of which existed through his back.

Webb is the second persons to survive a gun attack here in the past month, even as two other persons have died in gun attacks in the same period.

St. Vincent and the Grenadines has recorded 10 murders for the year, and guns have been used in at least eight of them, according to police statistics.

3 replies on “Edinboro man shot in Kingstown”

  1. One thing no one can dispute is that there had been an influx of gun crime over the last decade. Where are all these guns coming from? We do not manufacture guns in SVG so they have to be imported. Someone need to find out how all these guns are getting into SVG and stop it.

    Sad to say, but I cannot recommend SVG to anyone of my friends for any vacation anymore. This is just out of control.

  2. Jasmine Derrick says:

    I find that human beings does not have respect for life anymore; we’re like birds flying in the sky. The authorities need to take actions with the laws of our land. There’s a breakdown of morality in our society.

    There are too many activities i.e. ‘Pan Against Crime’, ‘Walk against Crime’, ‘ Days of Prayer’ and yet we do not see the action put into place, most of the time we forget about those really affected at the end of these so called Rallies.We talk too much!!!!! People are hurting.

    Blane, i disagree where you stated “Sad to say, but I cannot recommend SVG to anyone of my friends for any vacation anymore. This is just out of control.” Tell me where on this earth there are no ‘CRIMES”

    PROPHECY IS FULFILLING

  3. It’s sad to know that this may not be the last we’re seeing this face in the news. Recent gun related deaths shows us that some victims were shot at or received non fatal shots before, multiple shots is a clear ‘must die’ message.

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