Sophia man, 23, killed execution style in Albouystown


By Leroy Smith

Family members of a Sophia, Georgetown man killed execution-style just after midnight Friday in Albouystown, Georgetown, are seeking answers.

Dead is 23-year-old Colin Daly called “Froggy.” He was shot in the head at around 01:00h at Albert Street, Albouystown.

The News Room understands that Daly, who lives with his female companion in Sophia, might have gone to Albouystown to meet with someone.

His mother, Allison Frank said that she was sleeping when she received a call informing her of her son’s death.

The woman said that she immediately went to the room of two other sons and informed them of the news and they went to the location.

When they arrived on the scene they were unable to get close to the body as the Police had already cordoned off the area. However, the brothers could identify their dead sibling by his clothing.

When the News Room visited the location this morning, blood stains were still on the road at the spot where the young man fell to his death after being shot.

When the News Room visited the family this morning, they were preparing to head down to the mortuary in the company of the police to identify Daly’s body.

One relative of the dead man believes Daly was set up by someone close to him.

The man explained that his brother has very few friends and for him to be in Albouystown at that time of the morning would have meant that he was invited there by someone he trusted.

Colin Daly is not a stranger to the police and the court. There is a record of a time when he chopped another person and the person retaliated by shooting him in the shoulder. Added to that, his mother said that a young lady had made a report against him that he abused her using expletives.

Police in a subsequent release said the man was wanted for questioning in relation to several armed robberies, including that of a GRA officer who was recently shot during a robbery.

The Police are yet to make an arrest in this matter.

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