Young man grazed after vehicle shot at in Monkey Hill

A vehicle was shot at and the driver was grazed this morning in Monkey Hill. (Photo by Loshaun Dixon)

By Loshaun Dixon

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts — A young man’s vehicle was shot at and he was grazed following an incident this morning in Monkey Hill.

Police confirmed the incident took place at around 7:45 a.m. and The Observer understands that Marlo Martin in the vicinity of his home when gunshots rang out in his direction damaging his car and injuring his leg.

This publication understands Martin resides in a home he shares with his father former Speaker of the National Assembly Curtis Martin

This was the second attack on Martin who was attacked at about 8:23 a.m. on December 29, 2017 in the Pond Road area of Basseterre.

A police statement then read, “Investigations so far have revealed that Marlo Martin was driving across Pond Road going west while in the vicinity of Neverson Street when an unknown assailant opened fire causing damage to the vehicle.”

Martin escaped unhurt.

He is also a well known footballer that plays in the SKNFA Premier League.

The Observer reached out to Curtis Martin for a comment and he declined.