6/25/2012 - Murder Investigation of Elvin Adolphus Thomas

The Police Force is investigating the unnatural death of Elvin Adolphus Thomas, 59 years of Lower Estate, St. Michael. He died in his garage after he was shot several times about the body by an unknown assailant after retuning home with family members around 10.05 pm on Monday June 25, 2012. Members of the Ambulance Service were summoned to the residence, but the victim had succumbed to his injuries. Anyone who may have information to assist in solving this investigation is asked to call the Police at telephone number 429-8787 or Crime Stoppers at telephone number 1-800-TIPS (8477).

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4/28/2010 - Murder of Anderson Phillips

Thyme Bottom, a small close knit community located on the western side of the Grantley Adams International Airport is well known for having the best vantage point of the runway and is frequented by many who wish to see aircraft as the land or taxi for take-off. Aside from the noise from the airplanes, the community is relatively quiet. Pam’s Variety is the main hub of activity and is a popular spot for residents and persons visiting the area. Anderson Phillips worked at Pam’s Variety for years and was well known and liked by all. Anderson ran the shop as though it was his own. He served his customers well, always made sure the environs were clean and comfortable and ensured that the store was well secured whenever he left after a hard day’s work. On Sunday October 11th, 2009 at around 1 in the morning, the residents of this small community were awakened by the chilling sounds of gunshots which rang through the air. Around 12.30 am, Anderson Phillips closed the mini mart for the night and, as was customary, was in front of the shop talking with remaining patrons. The Police had just completed their routine patrol of the area and passed in front of the shop as they left the area to attend to other duties. After chatting for some time, just before 1am, Anderson returned to the shop to get a canned food item for one of the patrons. He then locked the door and decided to make his usual safety checks at the back of the shop. Reports indicate that while he was at the back, there were sounds of a scuffle followed by several gunshots. On hearing the gunshots, the patrons who were at the front of the shop ran off in fear in the direction of Silver Sands. Investigations reveal that Anderson was able to make his way across the front of the house which is on the same property as the Mini Mart and eventually collapsed in the driveway of a nearby resident. Residents who were awakened by the gunshots made their way outside and tried to revive Anderson by CPR…but they were unsuccessful as he succumbed to his injuries. It is believed that the assailants parked their vehicle in a gap located on the southern side of the shop. They then made their way through a garden and confronted Anderson at the back of the shop. By taking this route they could not have been seen nor heard by anyone who would have been at the front of the shop at the time of the incident. Investigations suggest that in the scuffle which ensued, Anderson was able to hit and wound one of the assailants with the canned food item as blood stains were found behind the shop. This assailant made his way back to the vehicle, got in and drove around to the front of the shop where he picked up the other suspect. The vehicle was reported as being white in colour with heavily tinted windows. The assailant who allegedly shot Anderson Phillips was identified as being 5 feet 5 inches tall, with a medium build and wore a black long sleeve hooded jacket with hood over his head and black long pants.

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3/17/2010 - Murder of Kenrick Hutson

After two years o f intense investigation, the murder of retired Chief Immigration Officer Kenrick Hutson, still remains a mystery to Police Investigators. Kenrick Hutson was a family man, a father of three children and husband of Coreen for over 44 years. He had a reputation of being a true gentleman among his peers and was well liked in his community and club circles. Friends and relatives can think of no incident during his tenure as a Police Officer and Chief Immigration Officer that can be attributed as being a motive for his murder , 14 years into his retirement. However, on Friday December 28th 2007, at 6.50 pm Kenrick Hutson was murdered at his home located on Butlers Avenue, Spooners Hill, St. Michael. Investigations indicate that the assailant walked from the direction of Codrington Hill, turned left into Butlers Avenue and proceeded to the Hutson residence. At the time of the incident, Mr. Hutson aged 74 was sitting on his verandah reading the daily newspapers, when the assailant entered the yard through the open front gate, climbed the steps leading to the verandah and shot Mr. Hutson several times about the body. The assailant then existed through the front gate and was seen running along Butlers Avenue towards Codrington Hill. The assailant was identified as having a slim build, and dark complexion. He was wearing a whitish shirt, dark coloured pants and a cap with the peak facing front.

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3/17/2010 - Murder of Ricardo Carter

Ricardo Carter aged 35, was the father of six children aged 15 to one year, and husband to Claire to whom he had been married for 16 years. He was the sole breadwinner for the family and was described as being friendly , hardworking and generous. On Sunday March 1st 2009, after completing some odd-jobs in St. James, Ricardo Carter travelled on a Transport Board By-Pass Bus to Maxwell Road, Christ Church where he disembarked at the junction with Fairholme Gardens just before 8pm. He walked through the Fairholme Gardens residential area to a set of concrete steps that lead to Maxwell Hill and its junction with Silver Hill Road. Investigations indicate that while he was about midway up the steps, he was confronted by two assailants who attempted to rob him. He resisted, and began to make his way back down the steps when he was shot in the left upper torso. He was able to make it to the garage of a nearby resident before he collapsed and died. Just after the sound of the gunshot was heard, two males were seen coming from the steps unto Maxwell Hill. One of the suspects was identified as being of dark complexion, and slim build. He wore an over sized dark coloured T-shirt and had his left hand in his pants pocket as he walked briskly in a northerly direction towards Silver Hill. The other suspect was identified as being of fair complexion , slim build with hair about 5 inches long and wore a red jacket with a hood. This suspect turned left at the top of the steps and headed west in the direction of Top Rock.

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3/3/2010 - Murder of Fabian Greaves

The assistance of the public is being sought in solving the murder of Fabian Greaves of #16 D Haynesville, St. James. Fabian Greaves attended a street jam at Water Hall Land, Eagle Hall, St. Michael on February 7th 2010, arriving there about 2:35 a.m. He was later involved in an altercation and shortly afterwards was shot by unknown person(s). He died at the scene. Anyone with information in relation to the murder of Fabian Greaves can call Crime Stoppers TOLL FREE at 1-800-TIPS

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2/14/2010 - Assault of George Clarke

Mr. George Clarke, 67 years of Almond Close, Sandford Development, St. Philip was wounded after being struck on the top of the head with a hammer whilst he was at the Sandford Manor Farms, Sandford, St. Philip. The assault occurred after 7:00 a.m. on February 14th 2010. Anyone with information leading to the capture and arrest of Mr. Clarke`s attacker is asked to call Crime Stoppers Barbados at 1-800-TIPS or send an e-mail via our website. A special reward is also being offered by the family of Mr. Clarke on the conviction in court of the attacker.

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3/1/2009 - Murder of Ricardo Llewellyn Carter at Fairholme Gardens, Christ Church

On Sunday, 1st March, 2009 at about 8:00 p.m. Ricardo Llewellyn Cater, 33 years of Silver Hill, Christ Church, was fatally shot whilst at Faitholme Gardens, Christ Church. The deceased travelled from Weston, St. James, on a Transport Board By Pass Bus to Maxwell Road, Christ Church, where he disembarked at the junction with Fairholme Gardens. He walked through the Fairholme Gardens residential area to a set of concrete steps which leads to Maxwell Hill and its junction with Silver Hill Road. About 8:00 p.m. residents in the area heard gun shots coming from the area of the steps. Soon after the deceased ran to the garage of a resident, where he collapsed and died. Around the same time two males were seen coming from the steps unto Maxwell Hill and walked in a northerly direction. Any persons with information are asked to contact 1-800-8477.

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2/1/2009 - Aggravated Robbery at Jordan`s Supermarket, Fitts Village

A robbery occurred sometime between 12:00 noon and 12:25 pm on the 1st of February, 2009 at the Jordans Supermarket, Fitts Village St. James in which the perpetrators made of with a sum of money in cash. The two men involved wore masks; one was armed with a shot gun and the other with a pistol. One man is about 5 feet 8 inched tall, slim build, and wore a long sleeve black jacket, black ski mask, blue latex gloves, black sneakers and spoke with a bajan accent. This man carried the shot gun. The second man is about 5 feet 7 inches tall, slim build and wore a long sleeve black jacket, black ski mask, blue latex gloves, black sneakers and he too spoke with a bajan accent. He was armed with the hand gun.

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1/31/2009 - Robbery at Automotive Arts Store, St. Thomas

On the 31th January 2009, around 5:50 pm a man armed with a handgun entered the Automotive Art Store located at Welches, St. Thomas and robbed the Manager of an undisclosed sum of money. He escaped through the bushy area to the north of the building and boarded a vehicle. The following is a description of this suspect. He is about five feet ten inches tall, slim build and was wearing a long blue jeans, long sleeve red shirt and black gloves. He also wore a black mask over his face and carried a small brown handled gun. He spoke with a bajan accent.

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1/29/2009 - Aggravated Robbery at Butchers Jewellery Store

On January 29th 2009 sometime between 7:00 am and 7:30 am two men one with a gun robbed the Butcher’s Jewelry Store, located on Lower Roebuck Street, Bridgetown and escaped with an undisclosed sum of money and jewelry. The more aggressive of the men is about 6ft 5 inches tall, black, has small features and he spoke with a bajan accent. He was wore a long sleeve gray shirt with writing across the top of the front, a gray hat and disposable gloves. He was carrying a black revolver and a haversack on his back. The second man was about five feet eight inches tall, medium build and of dark complexion.

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1/25/2009 - Robbery at KFC Collymore Rock

Around 9:30 pm on 25th January 2009, two men, one armed with a gun and the other with a cutlass entered the Kentucky Fried Chicken Restaurant located on Collymore Rock, St. Michael. They brandished their weapons and held persons at gunpoint and stole a cash pan with an undisclosed sum of money. During the incident the gunman fired a shot in the ceiling as they made their escape. Both men wore masks and gloves.

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12/12/2008 - Aggravated Robbery at RBTT Six Roads

On the 12th December 2008 sometime between 12:20 pm and 12:28 pm two men robbed the RBTT bank situated at Six Roads, St. Philip and escaped with a sum of money which they placed in a white plastic bag with had gold or brown writing on it. Both men were armed with guns and they escape by jumping a wall at the back of the building and boarding a parked motor car which was located on March Field road. This car carried the registration number MB 8730 and the occupants/ culprits the traveled in the direction of Foursquare Sugar Factory. The following is a description of the two men. One man was about six feet tall, medium build, weighing about one hundred and eighty pounds and between the age of 25 to 30 years. He was of brown complexion spoke with a bajan accent. He was wearing a yellow long sleeve shirt and long jeans with a scarf covering the lower part of his face. He also wore a hat with locks hanging down from the side which were brown in colour. He also wore a white glove on his right hand and carried a dull gray coloured revolver which had a brown wooden handle. The second man is about 5 feet 11 inches tall, medium build and weighs about 160 pounds. He is of dark complexion and at the time was wearing a scarf covering his lower face and other material covering his head. He was wearing a yellow long sleeve shirt and a straw hat with a string. He carried a silver coloured gun.

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12/28/2007 - Murder of Kenrick Hutson at Butler`s Avenue, Spooners Hill, St. Michael

On Friday 28th December, 2007 at about 7:30 p.m., Kenrick Hutson, 74 years was fatally shot by a male assailant whilst sitting in the verendah of his home at Butler`s Avenue, Spooners Hill, St. Michael. The assailant was seen running along Butler`s Avenue towards Codrington Hill. The assailant was identified as a man of slim built, dark complexion and wearing a peak cap. Anyone with information is asked to contact 1-800-8477 or supmit a webtip via the website.

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