30 persons arrested for breaking ‘COVID-19 curfew’ in Saint Lucia

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30 persons arrested for breaking ‘COVID-19 curfew’ in Saint Lucia
Police spokeswoman Corporal Ann Joseph
Police spokeswoman Corporal Ann Joseph

(St. Lucia News Online) — Corporal Ann Joseph, public relations officer of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force, on Thursday, April 16 disclosed that a total of 30 persons have been arrested and charged for breaking the curfew imposed by the government to combat the spread of COVID-19.

Joseph gave a daily breakdown of persons who were arrested and charged for breaking the previous 24-hour curfew as well as the current 10-hour curfew, to date.

March 27: two persons in Gros Islet

March 30: one in Canaries

March 31: three in Soufriere and four in Castries

April 2: two in Anse La Raye

April 3: four in Anse La Raye

April 4: three in Castries

April 9: 10 within the south of the island

April 13: five in Castries

The 10-hour daily curfew, which runs from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m., and the partial shutdown of the island are in effect until April 26, 2020.

 

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  1. Oh police not doing their job and you and you yourself will turn around and curse out police.the police is too easy with them.they should shoot everyone of them.thr have have no respect for police then you all saying police not doing their jobs.and when they on the seen you all disrespect ing then.thats why when you all call them they should not show up..handel it on you all own.thats my take

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  2. You need to start policing Marigot - lots of so called self styled bad boys walking around and the police just drive straight past them, seen this happen lots of times, Marigot police are not doing their jobs!!!

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