Young schoolgirl arm broken for a blackberry by thieves!
Nassau, Bahamas — An almost 80-year-old woman was stabbed by a man who attacked her last evening at a home on Graham Drive in Yellow Elder.
Bahamas Press agents on the ground tell us that the victim attempted to stop the stabbing of a 24-year-old, Inderia Thompson, who was attacked by a man at the residence. The incident took place around 5:30 pm yesterday.
Now get this: according to eyewitnesses, BP has learnt the suspect approached the young mother, who at the time was collecting her child from the residence, and it was then that she was attacked and stabbed repeatedly by the suspect. As the elderly lady attempted to stop the violent incident, she, too, was attacked by the suspect who pushed her to the ground. The suspect then used his sharp blade to slash the arm of Matilda Cox who is 78-years-old.
When police arrived at the crime scene they met Thompson badly wounded and Matilda bleeding from the arm. The suspect was nabbed and taken into custody. The suspect is a 31-year-old resident of Kennedy Sub-division.
Meanwhile yesterday another horrifying incident took place, this time just outside the Donald Davis Junior High School Gymnasium.
Bahamas Press has learnt, that two men approached a 16-year-old student of Government High and twisted her arm, breaking it.
Eyewitnesses tell us, after breaking the young girl’s arm, the bandits then robbed her of two Blackberry cell phones. The young student was left on the ground to fend for herself as she waited for EMS officials to arrive. The suspects fled the crime scene and, yes, got away.
The incident raises the question as to where are the police in the schools as promised by the Government? Are police really in the school? This cannot be the case.