The Bailey family including Dana (sitting) and her mother Donna (right) speaking to a family member about the police seraches at their homes. (Picture by Maria Bradshaw.)
- Barbados to sign tax agreement with OECD Read More
- International business ministry comments on removal from blacklist Read More
- Kirton off to Canada for qualifiers Read More
- Kirby gets second gold Read More
- Unbearable wait for Sargeant Street bus Read More
- Role of Christ’s soldiers in society Read More
- Gospel thriller Read More
A SERIES OF EVENTS involving the police have left the Bailey family of Pickering, St Lucy, angry and annoyed.
They said that for the past two weeks, police had been to their homes on three occasions looking for guns, bulletproof vests and fugitive Rommel Daniel, who is wanted in connection with an incident in which two women were chopped up three weeks ago.
Donna Bailey and her daughter, Dana, said the situation had left the family in shock and in fear of their lives. They said they had never had any interaction with law enforcement before. (MB)
Please read the full story in today's Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.