Trinidad Guardian Feb 10, 2019
Gunmen stormed the panyard where the Highlanders Steel Orchestra was practising on Monday night, stealing a phone and causing eight players to immediately quit and leave the band in disarray before yesterday’s crucial Panorama preliminaries.
The band was practising at the Uni Stars panyard on Bertie Marshall Boulevard, previously known as Old St Joseph Road in Laventille, as renovations on the Highlanders’ panyard on the Eastern Main Road are ongoing.
The gunmen approached a group of about a dozen players who were liming near a pan rack and announced a hold-up. They stole the Samsung cellphone of a female player before an alarm was raised. Some men in the panyard responded and the gunmen ran off.
It just look to me as if BEVERLEY RAMSEY-MOORE blighting this PAN TING, yes!!!
The carnival tourist needs to be aware of the risk they are taking this year 2019 in Trinidad and Tobago. A good indicator of crime reduction in Trinidad and Tobago is when Desperadoes decide to return to the hills. Each time you mention how bad the crime situation is in Trinidad and Tobago, many TT citizens get mad with you. Everybody knows who the criminals are in their respective neighborhoods. If anyone gets mugged for the carnival, don't blame the TT police, just look in the mirror.
Patrick: You left out a QUALIFIER: "many ------- TT citizens get mad at you ... (and they will never look in the mirror).