BREAKING NEWS: Police seize 10 motorcycles; arrest male for drug possession in Dennery

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BREAKING NEWS: Police seize 10 motorcycles; arrest male for drug possession in Dennery

Officials of the Customs, Drugs and Special Services Units conducted an operation this morning,‎ November 6, 2014 in the Dennery Valley, which resulted in 10 motorcycles being confiscated.

The motorcycles are suspected to be stolen or unregistered. During the operation one male was also arrested for the possession of an undisclosed amount of controlled drugs.

A police source told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) that the individual is presently at the Richfond Police Station waiting to be charged‎.

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  1. So do man gone all the way Laba, acquire the bikes and pay a boatman to ferry them over and all you seize them!!! Can't be serious. Why all you nah try to solve the murder of the old man in the Jaques instead.

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  2. Put the lands in the valley to good use. We want the police to go and drive by our farms at night to see who is stealing our produce and arrest them too. What sense day it make to work hard cultivate your land and somebody pass and harvest while you fast asleep.

    This is discouraging and if you GARRAND had a farm you would know what that's like. Or what economic sense does it make to plant your produce then go and sell it to super j for nothing or sit by the market a whole day or two sometimes a whole week and can't sell what you have.

    My father is a farmer and he is most times frustrated when he goes to the market with sacks of produce and has to like give it away or come back home with it. Unlike you Garrand who depends on the govt for work I have my own business.

    I don't kiss politicians ass to survive. But am being real about life in the valley. Your bread might be well buttered but there are lots of persons in dennery north who are not like you so I will be their voice and let their struggles be known.

    Poverty does exist in the valley especially since the loss of the banana industry. Let's get real. Illegal activity is the easiest most sure way that some of these people can earn a living. Build a home. Drive a vehicle. Better day are coming but when? 2016 is an election year. Will we see the better days in 2015? Chupz. Illegal activity for these guys is not a choice but a means of survival.

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    • Yes cocun, Shoot the informer, police will not solve it. But do not tief his one bike as they will catch you.....lol

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  3. Good job. The air and sea port unite has to do the part on dingys too. Children 18 and up has stolen dingy on the sea and no questions asked. Keep up the cleaning jobs.

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  4. That's all they good for, weed, whats about child abuse (which litters our streets at nights), gun violence, assaults etc.. the police seems to be focus on one thing drug eradication.. how possible is that.. i Want to hear about unsolved murders, abuse of power and penalty, Ebola control and prevention... opportunities for the youth, cancer awareness, coping with our never ending recession and more

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    • can i vote for u in the next election IDOIT!!!
      when people like u with hold information and take "arrangements" we in this island will never hear SOLVED murders, reduction in abuse of power and penalty, Ebola control and prevention… opportunities for the youth, cancer awareness, coping with our never ending recession and more

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  5. Why not ask the French authorities to confirm that these bikes are indeed stolen would be a good gesture on behave of the RPF . And ask the express to take the. Back to FOF !lets make peace with our French neighbors !

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  6. On that note...at the rslpf...when is the new set date for the bike auction at the vigie yard?? Or has that already taken place.

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  7. All 10 bikes were not found in one specific area or from one specific person in the valley... They were found in different homes around the valley and selling drugs aint no crime cuz there's no jobs so therefore u got to do something to survive cuz if they go around stealing and killing to eat a bread then they will end up borderlais. Legalise drugs cuz its a form of income

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    • fairy tales, how stupid;the comment you made ....grow up, you're so ignorant. Your brain needs its own hypothesis

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  8. SON has the wrong info... All the bikes were not found one place or from one person... They were found different places in the valley from different ppl... And selling drugs is no crime they just trying to get a living cuz there is no jobs and lucia so they have to do whatever it takes to survive

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  9. This is st Lucia nothing much will happen to him. Jus bail him and he is out there stealing bikes again.

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  10. Nice. Some of them could be stolen from Martinique and brought here by boat. The French might just be able to learn a lot. Some of those idiots are giving St. Lucians who live honestly in Martinique a bad name.

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  11. aa wat u doin wit so many bikes u working for yahmaha no wonder police those stop bikes and scooter so often

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    • Every F****** thing is politics for you. Sit your A** and wait better days will come. Get the good farming lands in the Valley to good use.

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