According to news out of Trinidad and Tobago (T&T), in separated incidents, two Vincentians died under tragic, circumstances.
Kirtland “Rude Boy” Forde 38 reportedly, died after being stabbed in the arm and chest.
The incident which occurred around 12:30am, last Friday, is said to have happened in Faustin Trace, Maravel, where Forde a mason, was stabbed during an altercation with some friends.
A group of friends were drinking and liming when an argument and a fight broke out. It was during this time Forde was stabbed with a knife.
Forde was rushed to the Hospital by a neighbour, where he was pronounced dead.
The T& T police feels an arrest is imminent.
When T&T, police responded to a report of gunshots around 9:30pm , last Wednesday 13th June in the Beetham Gardens. They found the lifeless body of Vincentian Yrvin Feliciano Stephens.
The 33 year- old, along with another man 38- year-old, Trinidadian Sean Michael Sabazon, were found by the side of the road. Their feet were bound and they were lying face down on the ground.
Reportedly Sabazon’s, blue Peugeot , which was parked nearby, was on fire.
Some 17 rounds of spent 5.56 shells were also found at the scene. The ammunition is believed to be from powerful weapon similar to an AK-47 or Galil.
According to the Police both men are not from the area and they strongly believe they were there possible to buy drugs.
Monthly Archives: July 2011
Primary school teacher and folklorist, Maxwell “ Tajoe “ Francis, who hails from the most northern part of mainland St Vincent is now wearing the Calypso Monarch title with much pride.
This is the order of appearance for tonight’s show, Elvis ‘Abijah’ Abbey, Javelle ‘Lady Diamond’ Frank, Shernelle ‘Skarpyon’ Williams, Aurella ‘Queen B’ Beache, Joy-C, Glenroy ‘Sulle’ Caesar, Kingsley ‘Hero’ Roberts, Michael ‘Lord Have Mercy’ Ollivierre, Elliot ‘Mystery’ Shallow, Carlos ‘Rejector’ Providence and Maxwell ‘Tajo’ Francis.