Son killed in Oistins
THE NEWS THAT HER ONLY child had been stabbed to death was too much for Sandrene Browne to bear.
So bad was it, that when she found out her son Darren Browne, 24, had been murdered following an altercation in Oistins Bay Gardens during the wee hours of yesterday morning, she had to seek medical attention to be sedated.
According to reports, after being stabbed, the former student of the Garrison [Graydon Sealy] Secondary School ran, but collapsed about 15 yards from the Oistins Police Station where he was seeking refuge after being attacked around 12:30 a.m. yesterday.
When the SUNDAY SUN visited the deceased’s home in Coverley, Christ Church, his mother Sandrene, a probation officer, was still fast asleep. She and Darren had lived at the residence together.
But several cars parked outside the residence told the tale of several grieving family members and friends who flocked to the quiet community to offer each other support.
And while they declined to comment on the incident, his father, Peter Chase lamented the fact that his son, a former ZR conductor, was taken away from him so brutally.