Swan, Linden-Soesdyke Highway choppingThirty-two-year-old Malicia Andrews, of Swan Community, Linden-Soesdyke Highway, who was brutally attacked and chopped by her reputed husband during an argument has been placed on life support with her condition listed as critical.The mother of six was chopped to her neck and hand after she indicated to her now dead reputed husband that she wanted to end the relationship. The incident took place on Tuesday at Swan Village.Speaking with Guyana Times, Charmalita Adams, a sister of the injured woman, noted that Andrews has been unresponsive since she was admitted a patient atCritical: Malicia Andrewsthe Georgetown Public Hospital.As a result, she was placed on the life support machine after suffering breathing problems on account of the chop she received to her neck.“The doctor say she have to do another surgery today (Thursday); she gah go in theatre, but she can’t talk … all she doing is shaking she head,” her younger sister explained.Based on reports, the suspect, 39-year-old Ian English of Lot 11 Swan Village, who later took his own life, followed the woman to her mother’s home and demanded that she return home with him but she refused. It was at that time she informed him that she wanted to end the relationship.The suspect reportedly became enraged, armed himself with a cutlass, went into the house and dealt Andrews several chops to her body. After receiving the chops, the injured woman reportedly ran into the yard and collapsed.The suspect, believing that she was dead, collected a rope along with the blood-stained cutlass and fled the scene. Andrews was picked up and rushed to the Diamond hospital in critical condition and was later transferred to the Georgetown Public Hospital.English’s body was later discovered by Police ranks who were summoned to the scene after the chopping incident.The couple had shared a relationship for several years and had two children ages 13 and 2.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Soccer Club has closed house league registration and is set to begin the regular season on April 30th, but they still need ten more youth soccer coaches.559 Fort St. John residents signed up for the house league program. The Inaugural house league tournament last week saw around 80 percent of registered players playing in the tournament.The house league will run divisions in U3-U4 Co-Ed, U5 Co-Ed, U7 Boys and Girls, U9 Boys and Girls, U11 Boys and Girls, U13 Boys and Girls, U15 Co-Ed, and U17-19 Co-Ed. They need two coaches in the U3-U4 Co-Ed division, the U5 Co-Ed division, the U7 Boys division, the U7 Girls division, and the U9 Boys division.- Advertisement -The competitive division’s Fort St. John Northern Strikers have already started their season as multiple teams travelled to the Gold Pan Tournament in Quesnel last weekend. Nine U15 players on the Northern Strikers also tried out for the B.C. Summer games team and are waiting to see if they make it to the second round of tryouts. Players from the U15 Boys trying out are Lee West, Dylan Buziak, Liam McGarvey, Sam Hafner, Jacob Haluszka, Harrison Sewell, and Tyson Nielsen. The two U15 Girls that tried out are Bella Ziebart and Mykenzie Beech.The U15 Boys have been invited back for an additional tryout in the next couple weeks. The girl’s results will be announced in two weeks.