Cops called to Christmas fights

| 27/12/2015 | 35 Comments

Cayman News Service(CNS): Three men were taken to hospital this weekend after two separate fights involving machetes. On Christmas Eve a man in Bodden Town was badly injured when he was chopped with a machete during a fight at a bar, and on Christmas Day one man was hit in the face with a block and another man chopped with a machete during a fight in a West Bay home. 

Shortly before 10pm on Thursday night (24 December), police and an ambulance responded to reports that a man had received serious injury to his hand after his hand had been chopped with a machete by another man following a dispute in a bar in the Bodden Town area. The victim’s after a dispute.

The injured man was taken to the George Town hospital and released on Christmas Day after receiving treatment for his injury, which was said to be serious but non-life threatening. No one has been arrested and the police are still looking for the perpetrator.

On Christmas day at around 7pm, police and an ambulance were called to a fight in West Bay in which two people were hurt. One man received a chop wound to his hand from a machete, while the second man was struck in the face with a cement block. Both men were taken to hospital, where they remain with non-life threatening injuries. No arrests have been made in relation to this assault, police have confirmed.

Anyone who may have witnessed or have information regarding the incidents are asked to contact the George Town Police Station at 949-4222, the RCIPS tip line at 949-7777 or Crime Stoppers at 800-TIPS (8477).

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  1. Knot S Smart says:

    There is nothing like a good old time West Bay Christmas fight…
    The Bodden Towners are just learning the tradition…

  2. Anonymous says:

    “Christmas choppers”

  3. Just Asking says:

    Santa should never have given them dominoes and a bottle of Wray and Nephew this kind of thing always happens when you mix the two.!!!

  4. Sissy says:

    So, what now? Draft legislation to remove machettes from the hands of everybody because a few hardcore folk use them as a weapon? No. This is why the law-abiding citizens can’t have firearms; not because they abuse them, but because the inanimate object is always demonized, rather than the twisted thinking of the perp.

    • Anonymous says:

      If you check the criminal law there already are (and have been for years!) restrictions on carrying machetes but like the gun laws nobody bothers about it.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Caymanians’ are the ones that have ruined this Island and create most of the crime with all of the corruption, fighting, killing and all in between!

  6. Anonymous says:

    I love seeng these comments from our Christian natives on the most holy of seasons. It shows how completely false they really are! Everyone is to blame, but their own, what a shock when they find out they are Caymanian.

  7. Anonymous says:

    We have to do something about these Christians.

  8. Anonymous says:

    How many Canadians or British nationals involved?

    • Anonymous says:

      All British Nationals……..Caymanians are British Nationals, do remember that skipper

    • Anonymous says:

      I understand your point, racist as hell, but a point nevertheless, white people don’t get involved on this kind of crime, only financial and drug consumption,you are right. Weirdly enough there are no Asians involved in crimes, at all, here in Cayman…. I guess they are waaaay better….

    • Anonymous says:

      This is where you’re wrong. The Brits commit crimes like stealing from the hundreds of thousand from old people’s homes and get away with it! Which is worse? Criminals going to hell either way.

  9. Jim says:

    Just another day in paradise I guess

  10. Nectar of the gods says:

    I say it repeatedly. Since 2010 Cayman has seen a significant change for the worse.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Merry Christmas and….let’s see how’s going to be for the New Years!!!

  12. Anonymous says:

    Another Jamaican paradise during the holidays with my bass pounding neighbor coming home drunk and violent at 2am to remind my scarred children on christmas eve that we all need to respect and preserve the true cayman identity.

    • anonymous says:

      why the Jamaican reference, i don’t quite get it.

      • Anonymous says:

        I believe it’s a reference to the Jamaican penchant for playing music at a volume where people five miles away can hear.

        • Anonymous says:

          And Caymanians don’t do that bobo at 9:51? You need to come by my place in Bodden Town. Assholes who (regularly) light fires illegally burning bush (a Caymanian policeman) and those who ride wheelies up and down the road on motorbikes (past the Caymanian policeman’s house but without any interruption from him) at idiotic speeds. 100% Caymanians-every damn last one of them-.and don’t dare talk to them about it….

      • Anonymous says:

        My guess, it was never like this before they came here in droves, Cayman was a peaceful society..respectful of our christian heritage..now that has been poison by the aggressive culture imported…you cant lie about this!

    • Anonymous says:

      I do like a portion of Caymankind racism with my figgy pudding.

      • Anonymous says:

        Call it racism or what ever makes you feel good..its not going to take away from the facts that you all brought nasty culture here. One cant make this up!

        • Anonymous says:

          Racism will suffice on the description front. Narcissism of small differences would be a suitable option too.

    • Think of all possibilities says:

      Sad but true.

    • Anonymous says:

      And if you were to call the cops, they wouldn’t even bother to show up. I’m speaking from experience.

      • Anonymous says:

        What do you expect from our cops who make up 75% of our force..who will not arrest their own people because of their similar culture…

    • Anonymous says:

      If your children are emotionally scarred by the experience, you need do be mindful of how you handle it.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Well Merry Christmas then.

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