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Weekend Murders: Teens Gunned Down Over School Feud

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A high school feud was the motive behind two teens being gunned down over the weekend. Now police say three teen gang members are being questioned for the killings.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A high school feud was the motive behind two teens being gunned down over the weekend. Now police say three teen gang members are being questioned for the killings. Chief Superintendent Chrislyn Skippings gave an update on the cases at a press conference this afternoon. Marlena Leonard reports.

The first incident occurred late Friday night when an 18-year-old was shot and killed on a basketball court on Quintine Alley.

Police have since arrested a 15- and 16-year-old boy, who are members of a local gang.

As for the second teen who was gunned down in his home off Wulff Road, Skippings told reporters he was shot by a friend of the murdered 18-year-old.

An 18-year-old is being questioned for that incident.

With the late-night slayings, some are asking why the teens were hanging out late at night. Skippings had this advice for parents.

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