UPDATE: Man killed in Castries shooting

By SNO Staff

Eugene

(SNO) – A young man who was wounded in a shooting incident in the city of Castries earlier Wednesday afternoon (July 11), has succumbed to his injuries, according to law enforcement sources.

The deceased has been identified as Vibert Eugene, who is believed to be in his early 20s.

The shooting occurred after 4 p.m. at Wilton’s Yard, Castries and Eugene succumbed several hours later.

No additional information available.

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22 comments

  1. r.l.p.vibert as tears come down I eye and seeing all those comments seriously people that's a young man's life .don't judge a book by its cover not because u see him wîth all those tattoos it's mean he is a bad person from time I known him he always on his own level my condolences goes out to his family be strong God is with u gone but not forgotten

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  2. So he was a Cript or a blood? Lucians you'all watching too much american tv. When you're dead you're dead, no chicken, no rum, no beach, nothing....behave yourselves...

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  3. SOME OF YOU SHOULD CLEAN THE DARK STAINS OFF YOUR OWN WINDOWS IF YOU HAVE GLASS WINDOWS AND STOP LOOKING AT OTHER PEOPLE WINDOWS.THIS WORLD IS A CIRCLE.

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  4. Karma Is a bitch

    His mother a darn lair about a nice boy my foot. Witches don’t call Jesus name when you play with the devil.

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  5. Until something is done about the criminals in suits and ties the others will sadly continue to grow and rampage.

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  6. RIP gone but not forgotten hope I in a better place at peace JAH guild him alone his path

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  7. Rip Vibert. Seem like just yesterday we were sitting in the yard playing dominoes and video games. I'm happy I got to see u last time I visited. Until we see again. Tonight I will role a fat one in your honor.

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  8. that picture says it all about this kids life I think hes better off dead

    (4)(12)
  9. JUST TO LET YOU KNOW THERE IS NO GOVERNMENT TO HELP NEVER DID NEVER WILL BE

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  10. WHAT WILL THE ROYAL ST LUCIA CUB SCOUT DO ABOUT THIS NEW WAVE OF CRIME?NOTHING

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  11. Rest in peace cuz

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  12. these young people choose to live their life that way. Its always a wrong choice , but who are we to judge him.Karma always take s back revenge in any ay possible.

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    • So if ur family member was passing and got shot at the time, is that what u would say too. He lives close to where he got shot smfh. U don't know what people go through to cause them to be in certain situations. When it hits home u all will understand. Until then send condolences to the family and keep shut... Chooops

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  13. That's number what again ?

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  14. Freed crab from the Barrel.

    How many souls have been lost in these communities? There are still more to come as well.I honestly don’t know why or how someone can go hang out in these communities knowing the end outcome.(Some of you may say “how would they know”?) But would you go hang out there? “Majority would say no & it’s because you’re most likely to be robbed,shot,stabbbed or some young ghetto girl swindle you out of you money.
    Well that’s another one gone,I’m sure there are plenty more lined up willing to take his place to hang out there...The cycle of “LIFE”.

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    • This could hv happened to anyone Anyweh tlkin bout cycle of life u dont kno shit bout life u could b at ur home n get shot robbery stray bullet mistsken identity with the bs ure tlkin

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  15. AND WHAT WILL THE ROYAL ST LUCIA CUB SCOUT DO ABOUT THIS? NOTHING

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  16. Prayers for the Helen of the west St Lucia,the government will have to seek for help to deal with these criminals my god.

    (21)(4)
    • Government? What government? No one has seen our Parliamentary Representative in years.

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    • Prayers will not fix this. There is an ingrown immorality in the minds of our people from top down. We have not gotten to the depth of wretchedness to look into ourselves and fix up. If we get to that place, our leadership will realise that they are the ones to set positive examples so that these examples trickles down. Parents will realise their examples are what their children emulate. People are doing whatever they think they can get away with and not what is moral and right.

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