Saint Lucian still at large after stabbing sisters in Dominica

Saint Lucian still at large after stabbing sisters in Dominica
From left: Suspect Casy Joseph,
From left: Suspect Casy Joseph, 29, and sisters Tricia Valentine, 23, and Jolisa Dublin, 17.

(St. Lucia News Online) — A St. Lucian man is still on the run after allegedly stabbing his son’s mother and her sister multiple times during a domestic brawl in the village of Grand Fond, Dominica on Sunday afternoon, April 12, according to relatives and multiple sources.

The sisters, 23-year-old Tricia Valentine, and 17-year-old Jolisa Dublin, are in stable condition at a hospital.

It is alleged that the accused, identified as 29-year-old Casy K. Joseph, of Bexon, Castries, stabbed Valentine, his child’s mother, and then attacked Dublin after she intervened to help her sister, another sibling told St. Lucia News Online late Sunday evening.

Casy Joseph

Police sources in Dominica have confirmed that the incident occurred and that an investigation is underway.

The baby

The couple’s six-month-old son was at home at the time of the incident but was not hurt.

“They meet her on top of the baby in a pool of blood and my lil sister was outside — like she was running — in a pool of blood. They both got several stabbed wounds. His girlfriend got seven including one in her chest. My lil sister [got] 22 on her back and all over. My mom said they are stable,” the sister, who wished not to be named,” she said.


Relatives fear other family members might be in danger while the suspect is on the run.

“My lil sister told my mom he said he will kill my little girl — she’s 10 — and my other sister,” the sibling added.

She further disclosed that her sister and the suspect has had a rocky relationship.


Asked if she knows the motive behind Sunday’s attack, she said: “No, but he always talks about killing my sister and he also said he killed people in St. Lucia. He always abusing the girl. Mom reported him how many times.”


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