Man, 34, shot dead in Cashew Hill



Police identify murder victim as Jonathan Manley

Police are now probing the country’s third murder since the start of the year.

The victim is a 34-year-old man who was shot dead in the Cashew Hill area shortly after 10 Saturday night.

Details of the circumstances which led to the gun attack are not immediately clear, neither has a motive been established for the attack.


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  1. 😫😫 I am crying for my country. Every day it’s something else 😭😭😭

  2. Just 3 ppl got murder wow 🤔 u guys crime rate is very low d murder rate for 4 other close by country is pass 60 already count u all blessing.

  3. It is getting so that I am afraid to open the paper’s page for fear of some kind of senseless bad news.
    Unless and until the full story is made known, all I can say is may God grant the family of the deceased comfort during this sad time in their life.
    Question though – where are all these guns coming from in our small islands. Our borders and/or our ports are not safe.
    We are not a ‘carry’ country, what happens to guns when they are seized either through the commission of a crime or a stop and search? How are they disposed of and who oversees and verifies their disposal?
    Answers are needed for the safety of this and the next generation.

  4. Does anyone hear anything of the three barrels stolen from customs? Silent from the authorities whether true or not, and we asking where the guns come from?

  5. I hate to hear people ask stupid questions such as where are all these guns coming from. Even the mental patients in this country knows that Antigua biggest trade is smuggling. That make some people in this country rich. Jamaica and Haiti trade guns for drugs and wondering what Antigua is trading. These weapons are smuggled into the country. Beers, guiness, cigarettes, Drugs, guns and many more are smuggled into this country. Smuggling is the oldest trade in Antigua. Many become rich in smuggling.

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