Three men slashed and killed following domestic disputes

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Monday March 26, 2012 – Three men were stabbed to death in less than 24 hours following separate domestic disputes incidents between Friday afternoon and the early hours of Saturday morning.

And, police are today questioning a woman and a man in connection with two of those incidents, and are looking for a third man in connection with the last incident.

Dead are Mr. Sylvan Trotman, 55, of Sanford, St. Philip, Mr. Macolm Husbands, 45, of 2nd Avenue, Welchman Hall, St. Thomas and Mr. James Jackman, 45, of Greenfields, The City.

The bloody period started on Friday afternoon when Mr. Trotman received multiple stab wounds on Friday around 4 p.m. following an altercation with a relative.  He was rushed to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital where he later died. The relative, a man, is said to be in police custody.

By 9 p.m. police were called to the murder scene of Mr. Jackman who died following a domestic dispute with his female friend at his home. That woman is also now in police custody assisting with that investigation.

And, by 5 a.m. lawmen were looking at the body of Mr. Husbands whose throat was cut by an assailant after he opened the door of his home to see who threw a rock through his window. His female friend who was in the house at the time was also attacked. Their attacker fled the scene but has since been apprehended by police.

Investigations into the three murders are continuing. Click here to receive free news bulletins via email from Caribbean360. (View sample)