Leg wound not gunshot, cops report

| 18/08/2013

(CNS): Police are continuing to investigate an incident in West Bay in which a man walking along Kings Road in West Bay was reportedly shot on Saturday night. However, according to the latest RCIPS report, the man did not have a gunshot wound. Police said that on further investigation and subsequent medical examination at the Cayman Islands Hospital, it was concluded that the injury sustained was not as a result of a gunshot, as reported by the male victim. The police have not yet stated how the man was injured or what led him to believe he was the victim of a shooting. Anyone who was in the vicinity at the mentioned time and can provide information to assist the investigation are asked contact West Bay Police Station at 949-3999.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    gun shots to the leg can cause memmory blackouts…just ask dr. frank…

  2. Anonymous says:


    This story twists a little too much for my liking!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Being in WB is enough reason to suspect a shooting!

    • 1Cayman says:

      Educate yourself on whats going on with the rest of the island and don't worry about West Bay.

      • Anonymous says:

        12.26 I will do that if you educate yourself to have a sense of humour.

        • 1Cayman says:

          I have a sense of humor. I was laughing when I made that comment because I find it very funny how people bad mouth WB like all the crime in Cayman happens there and no where else on the island.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Knife…I meant to say knife…no wait, machete…did I say I was shot? Can't remember…it all happened so fast….wasn't there a meteorite shower?

  5. Anonymous says:

    There is a well known small car that has been rumored to have been frequently spotted on scenes of incidents like this. Check them out. And check the damn neighborhood cameras too. Investigate like expert officers should. Every detail sought.

    • Anonymous says:

      Call the police and give them that information then. That is HOW the police investigate. From witness testimony. Every inch of this island IS NOT covered by CCTV cameras. Do your civic duty and give the information to the police instead of bleating on CNS.

    • Anonymous says:

      Sounds like one of those 'back in the day' armchair detectives that keep on bleating about how good they were and still sound. If there is anyone left to listen that is.


      I would be more interested in what you have done about it, not what everyone else should do.