Three people hospitalized after bar fight

| 05/08/2011

(CNS): Police have said they are looking for witnesses to a fight at a George Town bar Friday, after three people ended up in hospital and one man was arrested. Two men and a woman were treated at George Town Hospital following the disturbance which happened at the Helium Bar on Shedden Road in the early hours of this morning. Just before 2am (5 August) officers from George Town Police Station responded to the fight.  During the incident a 37 year old male received a deep cut to his left arm while the other man (29) suffered a broken shoulder bone.  Police also said that a 31 year old woman was treated for minor cuts and later released from the hospital. 

Police are appealing to anyone who was present or have information relative to this matter to please contact the George Town Police Station at 949-4222 as enquiries in to the fight continue.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    For a real good time island style crime free and fun the place to go is Anguilla, quaint, friendly natives, beautiful beaches and not over developed.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Gone are the good old days, just like the Coco-Plum trees on West Bay Road, Turtles, Conch, Whelks, Lobsters, land Crabs, Mangroves, Chamello trees, Cayman Jew plum trees, Garden Parties and a real Cayman day when everyone knew everyone who you mama, and papa is.  The changing of the guard has happened sadly enough we have lost so much .  Those of us old enough will remember the goood ole days when the  old Holiday Inn, Beach Club, Galleon Beach and Royal Palms were people of all ages went to have a fun filled, free of violence outing where the young, old middle aged, Caymanians and expats mingled and interacted with each other without pride or prejudice.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes indeed – I caught the tail end of it in 1979. What a fantastic place Grand Cayman was then, all you say. Thanks for the memories, friend. God bless you.

  3. Anonymous says:

    OK Mr. Welds and Harry Lali of the Tourism Associaton, I hope you realise the damage of these licences, and they are still ebgging for extended hours, even they already can open at 12:01am on Sunday mornings – disrespecting our traditional day of rest and worship.

    The troubled corner in Batabano the "New, Expanded" liquor stor reopened over the weekend – with the usual fights and police calls-outs to the scend from the first day!

    Great Going Cayman…

  4. I miss the 1980's says:

    When i want to enjoy the nightlife i go to Cuba,what a safe and wonderful place,i hope them two brothers live for another 100 years.The last of the good nightlife for Cayman was in the 1980"s/90's,i stay home now and watch tv or listen to some good ole reggae and 70's/80's music,i miss the 1980's so so much, on the other hand i am sick to my stomach by whats  taking place in Cayman today,i will stay in my house you all can keep on bar hopping!!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Knives and bar fights are the norm in cayman and don't forget robbery.

  6. Anonymous says:

    ummm 37 is a bit old to br fightin'

  7. Anonymous says:

    As someone that is currently looking to move to Cayman, is this (and the recent firearms issues) something that is considered "regular/normal" now on the islands?

    I know there has been a rise, but does someone who mostly keeps to him/herself end up having to wrry about this constantly now in Cayman?

    Hope this all gets sorted out, and maybe this moving situation as well! 😀

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes-I'd seriously consider moving someplace else if I were you. Everyone is watching their backs now and so many conversations revolve around what type of weapon is kept by the bedside…other than that, not forgetting the high cost of living, corruption, disregard for the environment, poor driving and the huge amount of loons running around, its a nice place to live!                                                                                                                                                                                                              If you're lucky, you might even get the first months rent free!!!                                                 

    • Anonymous says:

      Well you can see from the LOL replies, there is quite a bit of trash on the Island to contend

      with now.

  8. Kirkey says:

    Why people gotta get rough house them drinks? Get so a man can not goes to a tavern and have some drinks with not worry about get scuffle with somebody hot head.

    Lord plese help us in Cayman Island.

    • Cmon Son! says:




      • Anonymous says:

        Why that fail? He make good point. These bars in Cayman get in rough . Me not want truble whe I goes for drink.

        # imjustsayin

        • Anonymous says:

          Suddenly the teetoteller life has become somewhat more palatable. Damn it!!