WB man shot dead early Christmas Day

| 25/12/2018 | 36 Comments
Cayman News Service

Darrington Ebanks

(CNS): Police have opened a murder instigation after a West Bay man was found dead following reports of gunshots being fired in the early morning hours of Christmas Day. The RCIPS has confirmed that Darrington Ebanks (29) was found unresponsive at around 1:30am on Tuesday 25 December in the area of King Road and Florence Lane in the Boatswains Bay area of the district. A press release said the emergency services went to the location as a result of the 911 report about a gun being fired and found Ebanks unresponsive.

He was taken to the hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

As the police extended condolences to Ebanks’ family and members of the public who were affected by this loss, they appealed for any information about the killing, which is the fourth murder in Cayman in 2018.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Major Incident Room at 649-3008 or email rcipsmir@rcips.ky.

Anonymous tips can be provided to the RCIPS Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777, or via the website. Tips can also be submitted anonymously via the Miami-based call centre of Crime Stoppers at 800-8477(TIPS), or online here.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    RIP in peace Darrington, those of us that knew you know the type of person you were there will always be the judges and in some cases the down right hateful people, you had your struggles like everyone else in life, but truth be told you always sought employment and tried to earn your own money and be independent, on that night you were doing what so many other people were doing just winding down and getting ready to enjoy the Christmas break, when it all went terribly wrong but you will always be remembered for who you were to those that knew you.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Expect more of this as the cheap labour comes in, wages go down, foreigners benefit and education fails

  3. Anonymous says:

    Why seven facebook pages?

    • sickened says:

      yu are just simple minded…I see some people have more than that..and still stands to be the same humble person..

  4. SHOCKED says:

    Darrington was never involved with no gangs or nothing..he had two small children he was taking care to make sure they were clothed and feed everyday so he had no time for that shit. he was a very humble young man trying to make a better life for himself and his kids..this nuisance that did this to him was very heartless,,wicked,cruel and sick..hope and pray to God he prays the price for doing such a senseless act..people of the cayman community needs to stop seeing things and not talking..we all needs to bring Cayman back to what it was before..i know that will be hard but,,by THE FULL GRACE OF GOD WE HOPE TO SEE A BETTER CAYMAN SOON..

    • Ron Ebanks says:

      I feel your grief , and agree with your thoughts .

    • Anonymous says:

      They found fab pretty gangster looking photo. Wish it was one as a loving father.

      • Ron Ebanks says:

        2 : 58 pm , Learn a little humanity, and stop judging a book by its cover. You should be in same shoe and would like to see your photo .

        • Anonymous says:

          I’m saying they could have found a better photo of the man. How are people upset by that? You need to pull your head out of your rectum before replying. If you look at most news stories from this area and that includes the US, black men shot usually are given a terrible photo used by the press. White men get better photos circulated. I’m trying to bring awareness to the unjustness but if you can’t understand that then you are part of the problem.

  5. in shock says:

    Let me just to make you all understand …Darrington was a very humble young man..was not involved in any gangs or nothing. he had two young boys growing up and he never wanted to be in no sort of badness for himself nor his two boys.. but I would say that’s whats wrong with the Cayman people today ..they just sit back see things and don’t try to help the police..what this nuisance did to darrington was heartless,wicked and cruel.. and he should pay the conseqences..

  6. Anonymous says:

    Had interactions with him, a humble and approachable guy. Lived in a rough neighborhood hears it was over a woman…rest in peace sad that his kids have to go thru this

  7. Anonymous says:

    third world reality/// first world appearance

    • Anonymous says:

      Don’t let TV fool you, this and worse happens in “First World” countries everyday…

      • Anonymous says:

        Its happens mostly only in black schools or schools with high populations of immigrants from the Caribbean or Central/South America, but nobody wants to say that…especially on the TV since cheap imported labor has made many so rich at the expense of the middle class.

        Has anybody seen all the recent videos of riots on Kwanza Day, its gotten out of hand and hidden and unreported on purpose. The violence and hatred is so out of proportion. Good thing it is being documented with cell-phones and security cams all over the states.

        • Anonymous says:

          It happens mostly in schools in impoverished areas, due to practices such as red lining, these areas happen to be comprised mainly of people of colour and poor immigrants. The 1% are who benefit most at the expense of the middle class…stop watching so much FOX news…

        • Anonymous says:

          Your statement is riddled with ignorance and “alternative facts”
          What are you? Fox News Cayman?

          • Anonymous says:

            Another liberal who can only copy what Trump has accused liberals of being. He has made you chase your tail for some time now and all you have are generic comebacks. I guess all those cell phone videos from people not affiliated from network TV are starting to pile up. How much longer can some people fool the public, we know you cant fool all the people all the time.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Another Happy CayJam Holidays.

  9. Ron Ebanks says:

    I hope we all learn something from this tragedy and all others .

  10. Who cares. says:

    God help us.there goes another young Caymanian. Who are we going to blame for this one? The church? The government? The police? The expat community?

  11. Ron Ebanks says:

    My condolences to the Ebanks family on this tragic lost on a day like Christmas day , and remember that it could’ve happened to anyone .

    Some people make your New Years resolution like I did in 1989 , NOT to DO , NOT to HANG AROUND WITH/IN THE COMPANY /FRIENDS that do DO . Remember the consequences of DRUGS and GUNS and YOURSELVES , and NO PARENT ENJOY LOOSING their CHILD to VIOLENCE. or loosing a child period.

  12. Anonymous says:

    RIP D

  13. Anonymous says:

    Poor innocent bystander yet again no doubt

  14. Anonymous says:

    Condolences to the family. What an absolute shame.

  15. Anonymous says:

    My condolences to the family ,my Lord what a Xmas present for his parents ,God help us in these beautiful lil islands , were are like a third world country ,and they think we need more people .oh my .

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