Man hospitalised after being chopped in head

| 18/06/2024 | 14 Comments

(CNS): Police are investigating a serious assault which took place in George Town during the early hours of Monday morning. Officers responded to the report that a man had been on the roadside outside an address on Shedden Road, near Main Street, at around 4:00am when he was approached by a man whom he knew. The second man struck him in the head with a machete and then fled the location.

Emergency Services were called to the location, and the victim was taken to the Cayman Islands Hospital for treatment.

Anyone with information is asked to contact George Town CID at 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

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  1. Kman says:

    Mac issued them over 1,500 status grants in 2004, he knew that he and his party would be guaranteed the Jamaican votes. A quota now has to be in put in place to not hire anymore Jamaicans or Filipinos unless the persons are well educated. I’m 5th generational Caymanian and sick of seeing our islands turn in to Little Kingston, enough is enough. Also Caymanians stop idolizing their stupid gangster cultute, get a good job, stay out of trouble, assist in your community,and be proud to be Caymanian 🇫🇰❤️, I sure am.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Caymanians are gone – its mainly Jamaicans with status. Tell me whereeee are the Caymanians? i dont see them in the super markets, restaurants or at Smith’s Cove? All i see on this island everywhere i turn is jamaicans. They are currently the administrative arm of Government and when they become the elected arm its over for this place. Its gonna be like South Africa where you need private security with guns.

    LTD the unboozler

  3. Anonymous says:

    Kenny’s Poeple

  4. Anonymous says:

    Cayman has become extremely dangerous at night now! Roaming threats on every friggin corner!

    • Anonymous says:

      We have allowed Jamaicans to take over, so we have to live with the culture they’ve brought with them.
      Want to be a part of the solution.?
      Don’t import/employ Jamaicans.

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s almost always the same few well-known corners, funnily enough. Probably just a coincidence about the foreign demographic that occupies those areas though. 🙄

  5. Anonymous says:

    Chopped in the head with a machete. This is medieval 3rd world craziness. There should be a public database of these machete primitive violence attacks and which nationalities the offenders are from. Never heard of Filipinos in Cayman doing these insane attacks.

    • Anonymous says:

      Good idea to get a registry for all acts of violence. But please do note that Filipinos of late have been running high stats on the sexual offenses in Cayman list. Which, to me, is just as barbaric. If not – worse.

      • Anonymous says:

        What do you mean by sexual offenses? Sexual assault? Prostitution? What? Never heard of Filipinos doing anything on island other than being peaceful very reliable workers that save up socking away money and send back to the Philippines with the currency conversion is a lot of money there for their families.

      • Anonymous says:

        The reason we have knife attacks is because guns are difficult to obtain thank goodness.

        Has anyone studied the rate of violent crime with the rate of population increase? Have violent crimes per capita increased decreased or remain the same over the last, say, 20 years?

      • Anonymous says:

        Want to cite some facts or sources to support that comment? I did a quick search on CNS, and all the cases that came up were either clearly Caymanian or clearly not Filipinos. You may be right – but without some evidence I am going to assume you just made it up.

        • Anonymous says:

          Yes keep searching through the news articles… another one just today June 20th machete dark complexion = not Filipino. What’s my research? From living on island for a long time and first hand observation while reading Cayman news updates for years. This is not rocket science

        • Anonymous says:

          “Caymanians “ as in Jamaicans with status.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yeah. So much more civilised if he had shot him.

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