A 10-year-old was among four minors who were shot during a party in Montell Heights early this morning, The Nassau Guardian understands.
A 16-year old and two 17-year-olds were also shot.
In total, 14 people were shot and three others were injured during the panic. However, police
Seventeen people were injured during a mass shooting at a birthday party in Montell Heights early Sunday morning, including 14 who received gunshot injuries, police said.
The Nassau Guardian understands that four males and 10 females were shot. Another three victims were reportedly injured during the
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Former prime ministers, Cabinet ministers and an array of other dignitaries and guests filled rows of
The Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) had no say in determining the winning bid for three contracts recently awarded for water supply projects on the Family Islands, Executive Chairman Adrian Gibson said yesterday.
Gibson’s comments were in response to Gregory Miller, president of Apex Underground Utilities and
Two men were shot and killed at a home in Star Subdivision off Prince Charles Drive, police said yesterday.
Chief Superintendent Solomon Cash, who heads the Central Detective Unit, said the victims had just arrived at the home when two gunmen opened fire on them.
Cash was unable