One man shot in leg in latest incident of gun violence

| 21/12/2023 | 11 Comments

(CNS): Police have recovered spent shell casings and are now investigating the latest street shooting, which took place in the early hours of Wednesday morning in Gresscott Lane, off School Road in central George Town. One man, who was shot in the leg, made his own way to the hospital, where he is undergoing treatment for a non-life-threatening injury. The police received reports of gunshots at around 12:10am Wednesday and officers from the Firearms Response Unit were dispatched to the area, where they found the shell casings.

The matter is currently under investigation by George Town CID, and anyone with information is asked to contact 949-4222. Anonymous tips can be provided to the RCIPS Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777, or the website. Tips can also be submitted anonymously to caymancrimestoppers.

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  1. Minority Report for Cayman 2023-2024 says:

    With the amount robberies, beatings ,shootings etc in Gotham city it’s has been relatively quiet over the Christmas holidays. However we look forward to the New Years mayhem and hostile environment for our political criminal and local and foreign criminals to step up their efforts to be in unison and demonstrate some kindness and mercy towards the citizenry. I hope the extra 1500 collect by our political parasites can be made available for extra champagne and fireworks for family and political minions so we can at least watch and enjoy whilst we squabble over our Corn beef and swanky ! Thanks for absolute nothing but roads in 2023 you Political €@#%suckers in Pact now the united political menaces UPM and the useless ever so compliant ppm I am optimistically looking forward to the Governor’s move to her new residence off HELL Road in Logwoods a very peaceful abode no doubt after the nighty Gun Salute ceremonies by the good old Boyz from the Birch Tree hill gang oops! band. “No worries “Yes folks looking forward to the complete destruction of the environment in 2024 and demolition of the colonial home of the Governor to make way for its corrupt sale and development by the local greedy real state Mafia and development pioneer. Aaaaaaaah boy same old same old Cayman there is our synopsis and news forecast for these islands we now wish that time forgot ! Positive vibes Cayman we are not all dead yet !

    • Mumbichi says:

      Agree with much of what you say, but your ire and your vulgar mouth makes me give you a thumbs down. Do better. Be a good person that strives to help others.

  2. Elvis says:

    A lotof this has been created by CBC immigration call it what you like. Someone somewhere isnt doing their job . Flying in undesirables every day now. Its horrendous.

    Round them up and send them back for gods sake. And girls? Stop marrying these idiots for your parents and grandparents sake ok?

    • Anonymous says:

      Cayman has been destroyed by Jamaicans, yet there is no controlling their numbers invading us.
      Our politicians Saunders Seymour Kenneth Mac welcome these people who expect nothing other than handouts in exchange for votes.
      Caymanians wake up and stop these greedy people from stealing your country.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Did the poor fellow shoot himself in the leg?

  4. Solution to the problem. says:

    Start at the junction of Eastern Avenue and Godfrey Nixon Way. Create a 360 degree perimeter for a mile in every direction. Build a 60-foot-tall wall to enclose everything inside the perimeter. Cayman will be back to the mostly law-abiding country it was 20 years ago. You’re welcome.

    • Anonymous says:

      Wilde and Nashe Street in Bodden Town need the same approach, but only a perimeter of around 100 metres is needed.

    • Anonymous says:

      Clearly you spend little time going East.

      • Anonymous says:

        Yup, you’re right. We need to build a wall in the sea, between us and Jamaica. Let people with proper vetting and visas fly over it, and for good reasons. Then we will be much better.

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