Shooting Suspect Surrenders

Samuel Tapa Livingstone

Samuel  Livingstone, aka “Tapa” for whom a wanted bulletin was issued last week is now in police custody.

He surrendered to police around 8pm on Monday 11th February, 2019 at the Criminal Investigations Department.

He was accompanied by a family member and the Parliamentary Representative for St George, Dean Jonas.

Tapa was wanted for shooting at Ganeal Francis, 32, of Potters as the man was resting at home.

The bullet narrowly missed Francis.

Further Investigations are now ongoing into the matter.

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  1. Something is seriously wrong with our young men in Antigua and Barbuda. There have been too much criminal activities within them. Most…MOST… of these young men are from single parents home. We need more good role-model in society among the males for our next male generation coming up. Yes, we all have a choice to choose whatever part in life we want to take. A good role-model with good influence more young men and women can make a better choice other criminal activities.

  2. Sometimes 2 good, God-fearing parents in the home and the children still come out bad. It’s all in the mind. You want to be and do good you’ll do so.

  3. Please this have nun to do with single parent because u can come from a happy home and still do bad things so I don’t know what you really trying to say bout single parent y do people all trying to come with that shit 😒😒😒🙄

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