By Leroy Smith
[www.inewsguyana.com] – Marvin Cumbermack, an employee of the Guyana Water Inc, was shot dead in North Sophia after he was robbed of his motorcycle on Monday night [August 11].
The 29 – year – old man had moments before picked up his girlfriend from classes and dropped her off at her home in ‘C’ Sophia.
iNews was informed that the bandit who approached the man wrestled with him for the motorcycle and resorted to shooting the victim and making good his escape with the bike as the man lay bleeding to death.
A Georgetown Hospital Ambulance which responded to the scene picked up the man, placed him in the vehicle but later took him out of the ambulance and left the scene. Persons in the area said that the man was still gasping for breath when the ambulance staff left him at the location.
His mother, who is a security guard, broke down in tears after seeing his body.
Meanwhile, unconfirmed reports suggested that the same man who robbed Cumbermack of his motorcycle, rode up to a car and shot one of the occupants in the neck at Eping Avenue, Bel Air.
The injured man has been identified as Kwame Smith and up to the time this article was published, he was receiving medical attention at the Georgetown Public Hospital.
And the final shooting incident at Pigeon Island, East Coast Demerara, a man was arrested after he turned up at his wife’s home and allegedly attempted to kidnap their children.
After he was unsuccessful in his bid, he became angry and discharged several rounds in the air.
The police responded promptly and the man was arrested. The man and his wife are reportedly separated.
day,,What are the leaders doing about the sky rocketing crime rate and the constant inhumane treatment of our Guyanese Citizens that we in America observe each and every day, can someone please tell me?
If the report of the emergency workers with the Ambulance is true, they need to be first fired then arrested and even charged this is very wicked.