BREAKING NEWS: Man charged with attempted murder granted bail

BREAKING NEWS: Man charged with attempted murder granted bail
Benjamin Collymore
Benjamin Collymore
Benjamin Collymore

PRESS RELEASE – On Friday, December 11, 2015 Benjamin Collymore of Mongiraud, Gros-Islet turned himself into police custody.

Collymore made an appearance before the First District Court on a formal charge of Attempted Murder on Tuesday December 15, 2015.

He was granted bail in the sum of EC$12,000.00 or suitable surety. He was also ordered to surrender all travel documents and must report to the Rodney Bay Police Station every Monday and Friday between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 6:00p.m.

The case was adjourned to February 12, 2016.

On Monday, November 30, 2015 a Warrant of Arrest in the First Instance was issued for Collymore for the Attempted Murder of Uriah Farrel of Rodney Bay, Gros-Islet.


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  1. What goverment have to do with that, dont even the circumstances. St lucians to dam ignorant with no education. Thats the problem


  2. Law makers around the world seem to have forgotten what the law stands for, innocent people are no longer protected. Are we heading for a blood bath?


  3. Almost everythin in St. Lucia is just a big joke. Why? Because this island is being lead by jokers who are virtually clueless of what they are doing. Too many misfits running this place.


  4. Thats the justice system in St.Lucia, money talks and bullshit walks. Attempted murder, one should not be granted bill on such serious offence. Who knows he can finish what he started. Then who is to say he will not. Too many persons on the island comment heinous crimes and are free on bail roaming the island streets like they dont care.
    But the young man with a splif is behind bars waiting for a trial date, what a banch of bull.We need to upgrade the justice system on the island seriously. Merry Christmas everyone.


  5. A man who was said to have been armed and dangerous. A man who was wanted for attempted murder has been granted bail. He should spend Christmas behind bars because he might very well do something drastic during the festive season


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