Mon Repos man shot to death in T&T
Relatives of Tyron Emmanuel Achaia, the 28-year-old Guyanese national shot dead in front of his residence in Trinidad, say that a Post Mortem Examination (PME) carried out Wednesday evening determined that he died after the bullet pierced his heart.
Achaia’s mother said that he left Guyana about six years ago to vacation in Trinidad. “He decide fuh stay because he say he like the place, plus he find a good job over there, he was qualified,” said the man’s mother.
The woman said that she learned about her son’s demise around midnight on Wednesday evening. Annette Ally, the man’s aunt, said that it was her daughter who first received the call about her nephew’s death.
She said that a good friend of Achaia called her daughter on Wednesday night and told her that “something very serious had happened. She said that she was trying to get on to his mother but didn’t have a number.” After being supplied with the number, Ally said the woman then called Achaia’s mother and broke the news to her. The woman told her that Achaia left to wash his clothes at a nearby house at around 10:00pm, as was customary from him, and was shot in his chest as he was returning home. This was around 10:30pm.