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Man accosts BWA workers


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POLICE OFFICERS responded to an altercation last night involving a St Michael man and Barbados Water Authority (BWA) personnel.

BWA driver Ronald Downes said he had parked the truck in Tichbourne around 8 p.m. when a man approached him a threatening manner. After a verbal exchange, Downes said the man returned with a piece of wood and proceeded to strike the vehicle repeatedly.

The crowd, some with buckets in hand, watched as officers went to the man’s home and took him away.

One woman, who was not identified, said this was not the first time the man had attacked a parked vehicle. (CA)



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