Sunday, April 14, 2024

Family seeks justice for slain PSV driver


Share post:

Victor Walton, the public service vehicle driver found in St Lucy with two bullets in his head, died on Friday after being on life support for a week.

One of his sisters, Juliette Walton said she was too distraught to speak, while another sister, Janelle Jordan said the death was unexpected as they were hoping he would pull through.

She said they wanted who killed her brother to be brought to justice and they were planning a candlelight vigil soon.

The slain PSV driver, 56, lived in Haynesville, St James, and usually worked the Oistins, Christ Church, route.

That day he was working the Checker Hall, St Lucy, route when he was shot and robbed.

The initial police report was of an accident, but after medical examinations, two gunshot wounds to the head were found.

He was the father of a 12-year-old son.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Related articles

Police: No plane crash

Police have discontinued investigations into reports of the discovery of a small plane in St John. Lawmen said a...

New route gets thumbs-up

Some bandleaders have given the new route for this year’s Grand Kadooment parade a passing grade. The new route was announced...

US shoots down Iranian drones bound for Israel

The US has shot down Iranian drones headed to Israel after Iran launched its retaliatory attack early on...

Iran launches retaliatory strikes toward Israel

Iran has launched a wave of retaliatory strikes toward Israel, fueling fears of regional escalation following an apparent Israeli attack...