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GANG LEADER KILLED- Second Shooting Victim Dies In Hospital


The alleged leader of the infamous Fire and Theft gang was killed late Wednesday night in the Carmichael Road area.

Julian Collie, also known as ‘Heads’, was shot to death at 10:45 p.m. shortly after he and another man, who died yesterday evening in hospital, had pulled up to a Miller’s Heights home.

Police said two men got out of a Honda Civic and sprayed Collie and his friend with bullets.

The shooters then fled the scene in the car, which was driven by a third man.

Police confirmed that Collie, 34, of Price Street, Nassau Village, was wanted for a number of crimes, including murder.

Last May, police issued a wanted bulleting for Collie. They wanted to question him about a deadly shooting incident at the Ballers nightclub.
Armed thugs burst into a popular nightclub and opened fire on the crowd killing several people and shooting seven others in what police said at the time was a feud between two rival gangs.
There has been an ongoing feud between the Fire and Theft gang and the One Order gang for quite some time.
The shootings happened on East Bay and Mackey Streets at the foot of the Paradise Island Bridge.
A month later they arrested Collie at a Jacaranda Street, Pinewood Gardens home.

Meantime, authorities in Grand Bahama are investigating another homicide.

Police said a man was stabbed to death in the Weddell Avenue area.

Police said the man got into an argument with another man that he knows who stabbed him in the neck.

A doctor pronounced the victim dead at the scene.

Police are now looking for 27-year-old Jonathon Cooper in connection to this homicide.

Cooper is 5’6”, average built, dark brown complexion and weighs about 165 pounds.

His last known address is #89 Tamarind Street, Freeport, Grand Bahama.

Police said the suspect is armed and extremely dangerous.

Anyone with information that can assist the police in their investigation is asked to contact the police at telephone numbers 350-3106/7/8, 911/919 or the nearest police station.

The homicide count is 31.

Written by Jones Bahamas

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