i LEARNED A FEW HOURS AGO THAT PAUL DAVY, MANAGER OF BLUE ROCK WAS SHOT AND KILLED. I HAVE NO SPECIFIC DETAILS AT THIS TIME OTHER THAN THE PHONE CALL RECEIVED BY SHANO, SHIFT MANAGER AT PHILLIE'S SPORTS GRILL. ALLEGEDLY A FILIPINO WALKED INTO THE BLUE ROCK AND SHOT DAVY IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD. NEEDLESS TO SAY I WILL BE LOOKING FOR CONFIRMATION AND MORE DETAILS LATER TODAY.
SHANO WROTE THIS
PAUL DAVY GM AT BLUE ROCK WAS SITTING WITH A GUEST IN BLUE ROCK AROUND 8PM TONITE FRIDAY WHEN A FLIP CAME IN AND SHOT HIM IN THE HEAD. HE DIED ABOUT AN HOUR LATER IN THE LOCAL HOSPITAL
(I don't know how this scumbag managed to escape.)
This is the latest update I have from a reliable source.
It's true. It smacks of a hit. The guy drove up to the hotel on a motorcycle, walked into the place (with his helmet on) and shot Paul. I went to the hospital. He had no chance of surviving. The bullet entered high on the left side and severed the very large vein that runs through the middle of the skull (saggital sinus). When he arrived at the ER, his blood pressure was 50/30. They tried to pack the skull to stop the bleeding and, to some extent, they were successful. There was blood all over the place. It looked like a slaughter house. He was in a stage 3 coma within 20 minutes. I looked at the CT scan, and the bullet was still in his brain. It was probably a .45 caliber. During the CT, he went into cardiac arrest and died a few minutes later.
Thus far, there's been no report on who did it. There is some question if the security system at Blue Rock was functioning (I don't think it was). I'm also told one of the owners knows the reason for the murder.
Paul Dean Davy, 52, general manager at the Blue Rock Beach Resort in Olongapo, on Baloy Long Beach, was shot once in the back of the head with a .45 gun, police said.
Senior officer Tyrone Tecson, of Olongapo police, said a witness told police that Mr Davy had been talking to another Australian man at the Blue Rock Beachfront Restaurant when he was approached from behind.
''Last night, around 7pm, he was shot by an unidentified assailant inside the Blue Rock Resort, the one he was managing,'' he said. The man was taken to Our Lady of Lourdes hospital where he later died. ''He was just approached from behind while Paul Davy was talking to a fellow Australian. ''It was in the middle portion of the Blue Rock restaurant, in the customer-receiving area. ''When we arrived, still there were lots of customers.'' Officer Tecson indicated that Mr Davy knew his attacker. ''It's an isolated case,'' he said. The shooter was described as a man of Filipino appearance aged 30-35 who was wearing clear prescription glasses and a blue cap. An employee at Blue Rock Resort was unable to comment.
(continue checking here for updates. What is scary is that this guy was able to walk into a busy location, shoot someone and walk out with no security response. It goes to show that all too often these guards are just window dressing. They are not adequately trained, underpaid and hardly know how to use their weapons. One text I received indicated it may have been a disgruntled employee who was fired. I think it was too professional a hit for that theory)