Collrise “Quinn” Pompey was shot and killed in Redemption Sharpes on March 2. (Photo: Facebook)

A 25-year-old man was shot and killed execution style in Redemption Sharpes on Friday in the latest shooting the in the Central Kingstown community.

Dead is labourer Collrise Pompey, also known as Quinn.

He was shot and killed around 8:30 a.m. while in the company of three other persons at “Low Profile” Shop, near the Redemption Sharpes Playing Field.

Police say that an unknown person approached Pompey and shot him in the head, killing him at the scene.

Friday’s killing is the latest in a number of shooting in the community this year, which had lead to death of one man and the injury of another.

On Feb. 22, Rayshawn Gibson, a 23-year-old labourer of Redemption Sharpes was shot in the Central Kingstown community around 7:05 a.m.

An unknown assailant wearing a hoodie approached Gibson and shot him in his left wrist while he was walking along the Redemption Sharpes public road.

He survived his injuries.

However, on Jan. 25, a man died after he was shot in Redemption Sharpes as he celebrated his birthday.

The deceased, Jahbarry Charles, was one of five persons, including two students, who were shot when gunfire rang out in the community just before 9 p.m.

Police were told that masked gunmen approached a group of young men at the pavilion in Redemption Sharpes and opened fire.

Charles received gunshot wounds to the right side of his neck and shoulder.

He was taken to the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital (MCMH), where he died.

The four other persons who received gunshot injuries were also treated at MCMH.

They are Leon Neverson, 20; Ronaldo Allen, 20; students Maurice Charles, 18, and Shemel Richardson, 17, all of Redemption Sharpes.

Police have not said if they suspect any link between the shooting.

The Police are asking anyone with information that would assist in these investigations to contact the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), the Major Crimes Unit (MCU) or any police station in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

10 replies on “Man killed execution-style in latest shooting in Sharpes”

  1. Drugs and more drugs and gangster style coupled with lost opportunities or lack there of of are the chief culprits.

    1. That is not the problem, lack of proper upbringing in the home is more like it. Parents would rather spend money on the latest gadget or fashion clothing than clothes for church. They could find money to buy costumes for carnival but not church. Lastly the children are just following in the footsteps of their parents. Curse and fight amongst themselves, so if you plant corn how do except to reap yam.

  2. Another to be filed under the “unsolved” caption? This wave of murders of young men by their contemporaries, can only gang related. What steps are being taken by a “gang task force” to flush out these bad elements? This problem has to be viewed as a threat to national stability,as it affects a world view, vis-a-vis how the island wishes to be seen by prospective visitors.

  3. These are tough times no doubt fueled by the unemployment and drug trade. However, they youngers know nothing about hard work and sacrifice and industriousness . Over consumption and greed. are part and parcel of the problem. Politicians build basketball court but it is just a band aid solution to the problem.

  4. What is my country coming to?And what are these so-called Leaders both in power and in opposition doing about it?Come on people,it’s no good saying these people only kill their kind,it’s affecting us all.We are going down the path of Jamaica and Trinidad here and nobody seems to want to grab the bull by the horns and do something.We want Tourists to come here,and this does not make good reading in London,Toronto,New York or Washington.

    1. Govt must do their part and more important parents need to do their part as well.If you bring up a child without discipline and boundaries,society would be rewarded with lawless adults,lacking morals ,,discipline and respect for societal norms.Very important to note a child’s personality is mostly established by age 5.Parents discipline your kids bring them up in the ways of the Lord.

  5. We need to accept Jesus as saviour from sin. The grim deeper is seeking souls for hell. His time is getting shorter so this sort of thing will increase unfortunately. We need to view each day as possibly our last one alive.

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