Burger owner shot dead …”A FAMILY MARKED FOR DEATH”

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Simply put, the Chatoor family has been marked for death!

That is the only way to explain the number of tragedies facing this one family over the years.

The latest is Navindra Chatoor, owner of burger joint, Chatoor’s Burgers. Chatoor was shot dead around 10 pm on Monday while at his burger cart at Cross Crossing, San Fernando. He was shot in front of several customers.

Customers said a man dressed in black and wearing a hat partially covering the face walked up to him and shot Chatoor twice in the head at point blank rage in front of other customers.

Chatoor was described as a very friendly person, always willing to assist those in need. But he was also described as an arrogant person who was quick to get annoyed. He was in the habit of always quarreling and according to one of his friends, this could have led to his death.

Chatoor became the fifth member of his family to be killed and his murder came nine days before the three-year anniversary of the death of his brother, Rishi.

Police have described Navindra’s death as a hit. But who would want Navindra dead? Did he have any enemies? Did he fall out with anyone within recent times?

On May 22, 2015, Rishi, 32, was killed during a shooting incident at D Alco Hole Restaurant and Bar at St. John’s Village, Princes Town. Another man, Ishmael Mohammed, 60, was also killed in the incident and five others wounded. That same year, Rishi was charged with possession of an illegal firearm. Rishi’s murder was also a hit.

On May 4, 2008, Kimraj Chatoor, 41, of Pancham Street, Borde Narve Village, was asleep at his home when men entered and chopped him to death. His wife and three children jumped through a window to escape the attack.

Kimraj’s brutal murder was also believed to be a hit.

Another brother, Balchan, was murdered by poisoning.

The murders of the Chatoor brothers stemmed from the 2006 killing of their father, Harry. Harry was killed during a robbery at their home at St John’s Village. His death was also classified by police as a murder, as it is believed robbery was not the real motive.

On July 27, 2006, Marlon Hope appeared before a Princes Town magistrate charged jointly with another man for Harry’s murder. It is believed that possible motives for the killing of the relatives over the years may have been from revenge to reprisals.

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