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Nassau, Bahamas – A 6th man has died raising the murder count to another record early this morning this time at the PMH. BP records the count is now 101 following the death of a man on bail for murder.
BP can confirm murder accused on bail, Israel Lubin, succumbed to his injuries at the PMH early this morning after suffering gunshot wounds last week.
Lubin, a 24-year-old of Montell Heights, was charged with the April 14 murder of Tekoya McKinney, who was gunned down as he stood outside a building at Cordeaux Avenue and Minnie Street.
As reported by the Nassau Guardian, Senior Supreme Court Justice Jon Isaacs approved Lubin’s release on $30,000 bail with two sureties on the condition that he be tagged with an ankle bracelet and that he reports to the Fox Hill Police Station on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays before 6 p.m.
However just days after his bail, sometime last weekend, Lubin, his wife and child was all shot up while sleeping in their Johnson Road home. Reports tell us a gunman opened fired on the family from the bedroom window early Sunday morning.
Lubin is the 6th man to die at the hands of another in the last 24 hours and is the 9th following the National Day of Prayer.
Baby burnt to death –
Nassau, Bahamas — Terror stuck a family this morning as fire gutted a building in the south and killed an infant.
Police are also reporting this afternoon the death of a nine-month-old baby girl. The baby we are told was burnt beyond recognition in a house fire. The incident took place in the Domingo Heights area of East Street South.
Mother, Baby and Man shot in Nassau Village –
Nassau, Bahamas — The crime wave and deadly bloodbath continued after 10pm last night when a one and a half year old child, her mother and a man was shot when they pulled up at their Nassau Village residence.
Bahamas Press can tell you occupants of another vehicle pulled up alongside the victims and opened fire on them.
We can confirm the child received no life threatening injuries. The mother was shot in the back area, however, her condition is listed as stable. The young man in this latest shooting believed to be the target in the yard, is also stable in hospital.
Bahamas Press is calling on the Obama Administration to grant the Bahamas assistance with to fully loaded attack BlackHawk helicopters to assist the Bahamian people in battling the crime wave, which has gripped the nation.