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Man charged with attempted murder after incident with babymother
Information reaching our news centre is that a BVIslander of Carrot Bay has been charged with attempted murder after allegedly shooting at the mother of his child.
The incident reportedly occurred some time last week. The alleged suspect has also been slapped with firearm and assault charges for the said incident.
BVI News understands that the two adults are the parents of a toddler. They reportedly ended their relationship several days before the alleged incident.
Reports are that the woman was at a car wash when she was approached by her child’s father. He reportedly asked her questions and allegedly fired shots at her before driving away in his car.
The two met again later that day in the presence of family members. They allegedly got into another fight where the suspect reportedly kicked his child’s mother in the stomach.
The incidents were reported to the police who arrested and charged the man. He has reportedly denied all charges against him.
Meanwhile, it’s unclear when the alleged suspect will be brought before the courts.
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