Abusive male does Barbadian Gene Pool a favour and removes himself, after taking life of Bajan Lady who felt enough was enough

On Searles' capture, the felon informed Police he took poison; he was sent to the QEH right away, there he died about twenty to midnight...

Anthony Michael Searles, 44 years, of Gemswick, St. Philip, who was wanted in connection with the death of Notoya Ewers, also of Gemswick, St. Philip, was held at a house at Wotton, Christ Church about 7.45 pm on Monday June 20, 2011.

On his capture, he informed the Police that he had ingested a poisonous substance. He was immediately taken by the Police to the QEH, where he died about 11:40pm.

  • David Welch – Insp.

RBPF’s Public Relations Officer

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  1. I’m glad he’s gone. But barbadian women need to realise that they take too much from men who give them, not because they want to or can afford to, but because they feel that they have to in order to keep that woman. Sorry ladies but you take and take and take and you have become a nation of beggers.


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