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Posted: Monday 25 March, 2013 at 5:32 PM

Builder’s Paradise Supervisor charged with attempted murder

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Darren Hendrickson
By: Stanford Conway, SKNVibes.com
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    BASSETERRE, St. Kitts – THE SUPERVISOR, who allegedly shot a young Guyanese employee of Builder’s Paradise in Basseterre, St. Kitts on Saturday afternoon (Mar. 23), was today (Mar. 25) charged with attempted murder.

     

    The Supervisor, Darren Hendrickson of Harbour View, Bird Rock, allegedly shot Wayne Jeffrey on the right side of his face during an altercation on the premises of Builder’s Paradise.

     

    Information reaching this media house stated that the altercation stemmed from the non-delivery of a quantity of building materials to a customer, during which Hendrickson allegedly drew his licenced firearm and shot Jeffrey.

     

    Jeffrey, who hails from the Corentyne in Berbice, Guyana but currently resides in Conaree Village, is in stable condition at the Joseph N. France General Hospital but the bullet is still lodged in his face.

     

    SKNVibes learned that the doctors have to wait until the swelling of his face subside before they can operate.

     

    It was also learnt that the 34-year-old Hendrickson is the son of the owner of Builder’s Paradise.

     

     

     

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