Police report: Arrest in Lynx investigation and man ill treated

Chief Inspector Ricardo Henson

Two men arrested in the Lynx investigation

On Tuesday August 1st and Wednesday August 2nd two male suspects in the in the ongoing Lynx investigation were arrested by detectives.  The suspects with initials M.J.H. and D.R.C. were arrested without incident and taken to the Police Headquarters in Philipsburg.

The Lynx case is the investigation concerning the recent brawl between two groups resulting in the fatal stabbing of one man. The suspects have been led in front of an Acting- prosecutor and remain in custody for further investigation.

False alarm

On Wednesday August 2nd at approximately 12.30 a.m. police were sent to Sint Peter’s road in the vicinity of Boasman Appt. where a shooting incident was reported. On the scene the investigating officers learnt that no shooting had taken place.

The victim, who at the time was still on the scene, was severely under the influence of alcohol stated that he was not shot but he was ill treated by another man with an unknown object.

The victim stated he would seek medical attention and then and file an official report.