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Severe blood loss from multiple gunshot wounds the cause of Alvin Romney’s death


St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN) – On November 26, police informed the media of a homicide that occurred in Dieppe Bay on November 25, receiving the report sometime before 9 p.m.

The victim has been identified as 35-year-old Alvin Romney of Parson Ground. Reports suggest that Romney was shot in the head. Police later confirmed that Romney has several gunshot wounds about his body.

An autopsy was performed on the body of the 35-year-old on November 30, 2022.

Resident Pathologist Dr Adrian Nuñez concluded that Romney’s death resulted from hypovolemic shock (severe blood loss) due to multiple gunshot wounds to his body. 

There has been no indication from the police if there is a person of interest or if someone was taken into custody for questioning.

More on this as information becomes available.

Some of the homicides that occurred in 2022 include: 

  • 57-year-old Victor Moses
  • 63-year-old Benson Ramplin of Old Road
  • 40-year-old Mario Riley of Tabernacle
  • 67-year-old Arthur Henry of Soho Village, residing in Fountain Estate
  •  29-years-old Jesse Lee of Lime Kiln 
  •  33-year-old Mervin Stephens, also known as “Buzzy” or “Warjet” of Bramble Crescent, Tabernacle Village
  • 26-year-old Luis James of Farm Site, Sandy Point
  • 55–year-old Leroy Warner of Bath Village
  • 36-year-old Deshaun Leader, originally from St. Paul’s but resided at Crab Hill, Sandy Point

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