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The deceased Mosiah Westfield, left and Isiah Carter.
The deceased Mosiah Westfield, left and Isiah Carter.
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The homicide count in St. Vincent and the Grenadines jumped to 30 on the weekend as two men were killed in separate shooting incidents in two areas of the country. 

Further, a third man is in hospital in a stable condition after being shot in the head and another shooting victim was treated and discharged.

Police said, on Monday, that they have launched investigations into three separate shooting incidents, on Saturday and Sunday, in Ottley Hall and Cane Hall.  

On Saturday, Mosiah Westfield, a labourer, of Ottley Hall, sustained multiple gunshot wounds about his body and was pronounced dead at the scene by the district medical officer.

Isiah Carter, a 19-year-old labourer, also of Ottley Hall, sustained a gunshot wound to his stomach.

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He was taken to the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital for medical attention and later died.

Tommy Grecia
Tommy Grecia.

In a separate incident in Cane Hall, on Saturday, Tommy Grecia, 39, of Villa, sustained multiple gunshots about his body and was taken to the MCMH for medical attention.

He is reportedly in stable condition, police said.

Then, on Sunday, Dwayne Davy, 32, unemployed, of Ottley Hall, sustained a gunshot wound to his body.

 He was taken to MCMH for medical attention and was treated and discharged.

“The circumstances surrounding the shooting incidents are unknown at the moment. Investigations are on-going,” police said.

Investigators are asking people with information that can assist to telephone 1-784-457-1211 or 1-784-456-1810 or any police station.

They can also speak with any police officer with whom they are comfortable.

“All information received would be treated confidentially,” police said.

4 replies on “Weekend killings take homicide count to 30”

  1. Wanna bet no one is gonna be charge for any of these.And when you say SVG is a lawless place..people get mad..And they will say crimes happens all over the world ..True that..but at least the victims family get justice no matter how long it takes.

  2. Hope these guns and amunition didn”t come from the crooked cops. They probably wouldn’t solve the case either.

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