Senior police officer Albert Wade stabbed

Albert Wade

Deputy Commissioner of Police Albert Wade has been stabbed multiple times.

He sustained the injuries while attempting to separate two men who were fighting  at the junction of Thames and Church Street, last night.

The senior police officer received stab wounds to his head and hands.

He was treated at the hospital and discharged.


Deputy Commissioner of Police Albert Wade was injured last evening around 8:30 pm while attempting to quell a fight between two men on Church Street.

He was apparently stabbed with a sharp object about his body.

However, medical doctors reported that his injuries are not life threatening.

He was treated at the Sir Lester Bird Medical Center and later discharged.

A suspect is in police custody assisting with the investigation.

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  1. Where do these crazy people come from? Who raised them? That fighting spirit is from the pit, from the realm of darkness.

    • @ CErmie yeah I agree that’s exactly the SAME DARK PIT WHERE WICKED GASTON CRAWLED OUT FROM.

      • Is something wrong with you? Do you have to make everything political? This story has nothing to do with the Prime Minister of this great country. Nothing. You are one odd duck.

        • @ CErmie LOL and you LOOK LIKE A ODD Duck .
          Sorry for the poor soul lay next to you a ugly iguana 🦎 LIKE YOU

  2. Boy, I would not want to be that suspect in custody. Stab up a senior Police officer trying to separate a fight? Police going throw some licks in his backside while he in custody. Make him wish he was never born!


      From professional training on ‘…OFFICER SAFETY,’ even when the ‘…Intervention is Preventive,’ it is ‘…Most Dangerous’ to intervene in ‘…Plainclothes,’ in a ‘Fight,’ be it day or night.

      CAN SAY: ‘…He was not ‘…HAPPY,’ at least not with the ‘…Trigger.’

      The attacker, may ‘…Count’ his darn ‘…Blessings,’ and name them ‘…THREE BY THREE.’

      Here’s wishing him a ‘…SPEEDY RECOVERY.’

  3. I am happy he is ok and I know he was doing his duty as a Police officer but as the second in command he should not be physically trying to part no fight. After Identifying himself and they still insist to continue the brawl call a squad the station is close enough.

    • A lot of these young men that behave like that I am sure they don’t have a father or never get a beating from their father. A good bull-bud beating at the police station or in the open public will be a good punishment for some of them. They need to know how a father hand felt like on their behind.
      As one comment person said, “a who raised these young men?” Who are their parents?

    • Well Antigua full of them. Just walk the streets of St. John’s and in some villages or communities and you will see them.

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