Young man gunned down in Linden was shot nine times- autopsy
The 23-year-old man, who was gunned down on Saturday night at Sunflower Street, Wismar, Linden, Delron McKenzie was shot nine times, according to the autopsy performed on Monday.
According to a police report, the autopsy on McKenzie’s was performed at the Memorial Gardens Mortuary, in Georgetown, by Dr. Nehaul Singh.
After the autopsy was completed, Dr. Singh told police officers and relatives of McKenzie that the young man died due to the multiple gunshot wounds he endured.
It was also reported that two metal fragments were also retrieved from the McKenzie’s head and back respectively. The man’s body has since been handed over to the family for funeral arrangements.
According to a police report, on Sunday, McKenzie and his friend, Calvin Daly were shot while they were in Linden to visit a female friend of McKenzie’s. Daly ran for cover leaving McKenzie behind, and later recounted what happened to police officers.
Meanwhile, another police report, issued on Monday, stated that a silver-grey Fielder Wagon was on Sunday discovered torched at Blue Lake, Linden, and police suspect it was the vehicle used in the recent execution of McKenzie.