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Dennery Homicides – Police ‘Working Diligently’ Towards ‘Speedy Resolution’

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The Superintendent responsible for the Northern Division, Stephen Victorin, has disclosed that officers are working diligently to solve recent homicides in Dennery.

On Sunday, two teenage females and a twenty-two-year-old man succumbed after a drive-by shooting in the community.

Police identified the deceased as 17-year-old Quemese Annibaffa and 18-year-old Twinkle Dolor of Dennery, and 22-year-old Penlly Fones of La Ressouce, Vieux Fort.

“Police are working diligently to bring this matter to a speedy resolution,” Superintendent Victorin told reporters.

Victorin disclosed that officers were responsible for ensuring the safety of the Dennery Carnival, which occurred without incident.

The senior police officer recalled that the music stopped promptly at 6:00 pm, according to the permit for the activity.

“The police exercised caution and ensured they were on the ground to ensure the crowd dispersed properly,” Victorin stated.

However, he said at about 8:00 pm, the police received a call about a shooting on Victoria Street and found one male and two females who had sustained injuries on the road.

Victorin told reporters that emergency responders transported the victims to the Dennery Hospital, where a medical practitioner pronounced them dead.

He said there was no party where the shooting incident occurred.

“The crowd was about to depart. The police ensured they remained present until the place was safe. This incident happened in an isolated area,” Victorin told reporters.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. It amazes me to see each victim had very unique names….so it was written and so it shall be done.

  2. “Working dilgently to solve recent homicides”

    No disrespect Mr Victorin but how many homicides have been resolved in the 12months?

    I’ll open it up a bit how many solved homicides in the last 5years ?!?!

    Nice words which do not corelate with reality, Sir it sounds like you think your audience are not too bright.

    The Carnival happened without incident, another play on words yes maybe but surely the after events can be considered as part of the festivities.

    I guess you’re looking for a positive out this horrible incident.

    How many murders have we dilegently solved in the last 5 years!

    RIP

  3. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ diligently and speedily ,πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ , I am familiar with your games . We all know after impacts , majority , and I say majority of police officers have quit theirs jobs however still carry the badge. I use to say a minority wee corrupt , bs, the majority of police officers are corrupt or a payment away from it. The RSS that are here total utter bs. The officers in heiarchy that remain cannot do their job , all they do is make cliches at every media opportunity. Ex … stakeholders of crime, address crime holistically , public involvement (even if the same officers carry your name to gangs)…..
    And they say the remain motivated to do their jobs , bs πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚, yeah motivated to do private work ………. And the crop of leaders can’t handle them fools not Idiot previous leader or the present jenniass….

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