Toddler in hospital, man arrested after unexplained ‘danger’

| 22/11/2018 | 3 Comments

(CNS): Police have said that a young child is currently in hospital in a stable condition and a man has been arrested after what was described as a “serious incident in Bodden Town involving a young child in danger”. Police were called to an undisclosed location in the district at around 7:30pm Wednesday, 21 November, but they have not said what happened or what offence the man has been arrested for. CNS is aware of unsubstantiated allegations that indicate the child, who is said to be no more than three years old, may have been seriously injured by the arrested man, who had then tried to cover up the suspected crime.

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  1. Jebanks says:

    Our women
    need to STOP having babies by men who have no ability to care for themselves much less a child, In this day of Sexual Promiscusness , please stop and consider who we creating a baby with Too many innocent children are not living great lives because too many Penis not kept in the ” Holster”. Too many loose cannons all over the place

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    • Anonymous says:

      Have you seen the state of some of the baby mama’s around here?? I can assure you men are not the only ones to blame. There are shit people from both sexes.

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    • Lo-Cal says:

      I agree.

      Parents who have any concern for their daughters need to educate them from their early teens. Sex is going to happen weather You as a parent is ready or not and the woman is who has control over procreation. There is nothing wrong in ensuring your daughter uses birth control if you think she is sexually active. Mistakes will happen but most are avoidable by being open.

      This is not to say that the male has no responsibility in this but look around and see who is left to raise a child on their own.

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