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Tuesday 16 January 2018
Crime and Court

Cop’s son shot in Tobago

Cop's son shot in Tobago

Jabari Hall

A 20-year-old Bethel man is said to be in critical condition following a shooting incident in Tobago.

Jabari Hall, the son of a police officer assigned to the Traffic Branch of the Scarborough Police Station, was shot in the back on Friday night by a gunman at Egypt Junction in Bethel. While details are still sketchy, a close police source told Newsday Tobago that the bullet went through Hall’s right side and chipped his spine.

Hall was airlifted to Trinidad for further treatment.

The officer confirmed that certain leads were been pursued at the time, as investigations continued.

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