Road fatality, Murder in St Lucy & Appeal for safe driving

Man murdered in St Lucy

Detectives assigned to the Northern Division are investigating the unnatural death of Camale Llamar Broomes, 21 years of Crab Hill #2, Crab Hill, St. Lucy, which occurred sometime after 2 am on Sunday, December 30, 2012, at the same address. The victim was at the time walking in the area when he received gunshot injury to his head. He died at the scene.

{FILE IMAGE} Anyone who may have information concerning this unnatural death is asked to call Police Emergency telephone number 211 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800 TIPS (8477). Investigations are continuing.

{FILE IMAGE} Anyone who may have information concerning this unnatural death is asked to call Police Emergency telephone number 211 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800 TIPS (8477). Investigations are continuing.

Road Fatality

{FILE IMAGE} A two vehicle collision resulting in a fatality occurred sometime after 3.00 am, on Sunday, December 30, 2012, on the Adam Section of the ABC Highway. (In an area about midway between the Henry Forde Roundabout and the Kingsland junction).

{FILE IMAGE} A two vehicle collision resulting in a fatality occurred sometime after 3.00 am, on Sunday, December 30, 2012, on the Adam Section of the ABC Highway. (In an area about midway between the Henry Forde Roundabout and the Kingsland junction).

The deceased is Argyle Walker, 63 years of Thyme Bottom, Christ Church, who died at the scene. At the time Walker was driving his motorcar which was involved in the collision with another car driven by Anthony Jordan, 23 years, of Lewis Gap, Green Hill, St. Michael. Jordan was transported to the QEH by ambulance. It has been reported that he received minor injuries.

Anyone who may have witnessed this accident or may have information concerning this accident is asked to call the Oistins Police Station at telephone number 418-2612. Investigations are continuing.

APPEAL FOR SAFETY ON THE ROAD

{IMAGE VIA - yellowbullet.com} The Royal Barbados Police Force is appealing to motorists and all road users to adhere to the regulations governing the use of our roads and to practice safe driving techniques. Motorists are requested to desist from speeding, improper overtaking and engaging in activities while driving that will cause distractions.

{IMAGE VIAyellowbullet.com} The Royal Barbados Police Force is appealing to motorists and all road users to adhere to the regulations governing the use of our roads and to practice safe driving techniques. Motorists are requested to desist from speeding, improper overtaking and engaging in activities while driving that will cause distractions.

Our roads must not be used for illegal racing and we encourage all persons to report any suspected illegal racing to telephone number 467-2725 or Emergency number 211.

  • David Welch | Insp.

PRO of the RBPF

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  1. Police investigating another death or another execution in crab hill. Someone needs to to take a close look at that crab hill area even a look at the people “policing” it shootings are a regular thing in that area even in the vicinity of the school. Reports of all edge shoot outs with the police and little to know arrest are made.

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