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Thief skilfully ransacks bedroom while mother and daughter at home

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A 46-year-old woman was asleep and her 28-year-old daughter was also home when a thief allegedly entered their house in Anse Ger/Desruisseaux early this morning, ransacked the mother’s bedroom and stole several items including cash. In an interview on Sunday, the mother, Marciana James, gave a detailed account of what occurred. She said after being unable to fall asleep for ...

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St. Lucia named among major money laundering countries in 2016

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St. Lucia is named among 88 “major money laundering countries” in a United States (US) report that was released recently. Seventeen other Caribbean countries are also named in the 2017 International Narcotics Control Strategy Report, an annual report by the US Department of State to Congress, prepared in accordance with the Foreign Assistance Act. According to the Department, the report ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Dead body found in Vieux Fort

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Police are investigating the discovery of the lifeless body of a man in Morne Cayenne, Vieux Fort this morning, March 26. The deceased is an elderly man identified by his alias, ‘Lollipop’. St. Lucia News Online (SNO) understands that relatives became concerned when the deceased did not return home at the time expected yesterday and his phone rang out without ...

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UPDATE: Security guard disarmed as robbers made off with $50,000

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Two bandits, one armed with a gun, relieved a female security guard of her firearm before robbing about $50,000 in cash and cheques from the National Farmers and General Workers Credit Union in Bois d’Orange, Gros Islet around 12:30 p.m. today, according to reliable sources. No one was harmed. The bandits, who did not wear masks, made off with cash and ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Armed robbery in Bois d’Orange

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No one was injured in the armed robbery of a credit union in Bois d’Orange, Gros Islet that occurred around midday today, a company official said. Windy Moncherie, president of the National Farmers and General Workers Co-operative Credit Union Society Ltd., told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) that the robbery took place around 12:30 p.m. and involved two bandits. An undisclosed sum ...

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No vendetta against “paranoid” Isaac – Mayor’s office responds to accusations

Press and Communications Manager in the Office of the Mayor, Jason Hullingseed, said Vendors Association President Peter 'Ras Ipa' Isaac (inset photo) is not been targeted by the Office.

The Office of Mayor has been accused of recently sowing the seeds of a “malicious vendetta” against President of the St. Lucia Craft and Dry Goods Vendors Association, Peter ‘Ras Ip,’ who has been charged with electricity theft following an investigation into the matter last month by the Castries Constituency Council (CCC). When confronted with Isaac’s accusations, Press and Communications ...

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PM Chastanet sends condolences to UK Gov’t following terrorist attack

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PRESS RELEASE – Prime Minister Honourable Allen M. Chastanet met with Resident British High Commissioner Steve McCready on March 23rd 2017 and offered condolences on behalf of the Government and People of Saint Lucia in relation to the recent attack at the Houses of Parliament in Westminster. Four persons reportedly died in the attack which took place in London on ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Ex-inmate, shot by BCF officer, had drugs and cell phones

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A former inmate, who was shot outside the Bordelais Correctional Facility (BC) today, was not only armed with a machete but had cell phones and marijuana in his possession, several law enforcement sources have reported. Reports are that around 12:45 p.m. the former inmate was spotted acting suspiciously and was approached by a correctional officer near the BCF farm. It is ...

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BREAKING NEWS UPDATED: Shooting at Bordelais

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An individual was shot in or around the area of the Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF) this afternoon, March 21, according to reports reaching St. Lucia News Online (SNO). A police source confirmed that an individual sustained a gunshot wound to the right leg around 12:45 p.m., and was transported to the Dennery Hospital by ambulance, but could not provide further information. SNO has ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Medical students in Vieux Fort robbed

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Four students of a local medical school were this afternoon the victims of a car break-in at Cedar Heights, Vieux Fort. Three backpacks containing electronic equipment and classnotes were taken from their car. The driver of the car told St. Lucia News Online that around 5:15 p.m., he and three of his classmates arrived at the supermarket’s parking lot. About twelve minutes ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Dennery farmer’s stolen vehicle found

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About 2:50 p.m. today (March 19) Rohan Wilfred got the news everyone has been hoping for: his father’s vehicle, stolen in an armed robbery last night, was found at the parking lot behind the government buildings on Barnard Hill, Castries. Rohan said based on information received, the security guard for the government building was doing a patrol when he noticed the ...

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UPDATED: Dennery farmer held at gunpoint while urinating, robbed

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A 62-year-old banana farmer from Lumière, Dennery was the victim of an armed robbery last evening, March 18, according to a relative. Rohan Wilfred told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) that around 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, his father, Gilbert Wilfred, a.k.a Spildo or Mr. Dillin, stopped in the vicinity of the Fond d’Or Heritage Park, Dennery, parked his blue single-cab Mazda ...

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St. Lucian woman appears in Grenada court on fraud charges (see video)

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A St. Lucian woman, who was arrested on Monday for fraudulent activities in Grenada, appeared  in the St. George’s Magistrate’s Court on Thursday, March 16. Conchon, 22, residing in Grand Anse, St. George, was arrested during a police operation on Monday, March 13, 2017 after a quantity of fake ATM cards, MoneyGram and Western Union transfer receipts, along with other ...

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‘Peeping Tom’ on the loose in La Bayee

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Several female residents of La Bayee, Bexon have expressed fear of getting raped after a string of ‘peeping Tom’ incidents. The latest incident occurred close to midnight on Wednesday, March 15, according to one resident in an interview with St. Lucia News Online (SNO). “We have reason to believe that there is a suspected rapist on the loose,” she said. She ...

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UPDATED: Calypsonian shot, taxi stolen

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Police officials are advising the public to be “cautious” if they see a silver Toyota Alpha (registration number TX 548). The vehicle was stolen during an armed robbery near a popular restaurant at the Vigie Marina, around 1:45 p.m. today. The vehicle’s owner, known as King George in the calypso arena, was shot in the leg when his taxi was stolen. ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Three arrested for attacking student

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Police have arrested three females in connection with a recent brawl involving a 15-year-old Form 4 student of the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School (CCSC) that was caught on video. The three adults, including a mother and her daughter, were arrested today and will face an identification parade before they are charged, police said. The fight occurred on Friday, March 10, ...

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BREAKING NEWS: SSU officers at DSH site

SSU officers respond to threat posted on social media yesterday to stop work on the DSH project by destroying the equipment.

Officers attached to the Special Service Unit (SSU) of the Royal St. Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) are on high alert at the site of the Desert Star Holding (DSH) Project at Beausejour, Vieux-Fort, after someone posted a warning yesterday (Thursday) on social media, threatening to stop the project by causing destruction at the site. The warning is purported to have ...

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Chicago man arrested after promising to invest client funds, spent on St. Lucian vacations instead

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CHICAGO SUN TIMES – A Chicago man has been charged with defrauding clients out of at least $1.5 million by pocketing their money for personal expenses instead of investing it. Randall Rye, 26, who owns Faster Than Light Trading LLC, told investors they could earn large profits from his proprietary trading program, according to a statement from the U.S. attorney’s ...

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UPDATE: Jozet released from police custody

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Fourteen-year-old Jozet Kave Alexander is back home. Jozet was released from the Vieux Fort Police Station into the custody of her mother yesterday, her cousin Shakira Alexander told St. Lucia News Online today. The relative said no one has been charged “as yet” but police are continuing their investigations. SNO understands that Jozet, who was missing for almost two weeks, ...

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St. Lucian journalist granted bail in rape case

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A local journalist charged with rape was granted $10,000 bail today, March 16. The reporter was ordered to report to the police every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday before 6 p.m., surrender his travel documents, not to leave the state without permission from the court, and not to make contact with the complainant or witnesses. He was arrested after a female ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Suspect in Barre Denis homicide charged

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The suspect in last week’s Barre Denis homicide has been charged. According to police, 27-year-old Benette Hippolyte, also known as Iron, of Barre Denis, was charged with non-capital murder and made his first appearance in court today. He was not required to plea to the indictable charge and was ordered remanded until his next court appearance on May 11, police ...

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BREAKING NEWS: St. Lucian woman charged for money laundering in Grenada

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PRESS RELEASE – A St. Lucian national, who was nabbed during a police operation on Monday 13th March, 2017 has been charged with three counts of money laundering, two counts of attempt to commit a crime, to wit fraud by false pretense and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering. 22-year-old Kishael Conchon, presently residing at Grand Anse, St. George ...

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BREAKING NEWS: St. Lucian charged with theft as ATM scam probe continues in St. Vincent

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A St. Lucian man appeared at the Kingstown Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday, charged with nine counts of theft as police continue an investigation into an automatic teller machine scam in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Jammy Harry, 22, was slapped with nine counts of theft, amounting to EC$15,500 in cash, allegedly committed between March 10 and 12, 2017. The crimes ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Jozet in police custody

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Fourteen-year-old Jozet Kave Alexander, who went missing for almost two weeks after allegedly lying about going to visit her cousin’s home, was found by the police this morning in Soufriere – hours after St. Lucia News Online (SNO) broke the story about her missing status. The teen’s cousin, Shakira Alexander, told SNO that she received the news around 9 a.m. ...

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Castries Mayor applauds citizen arrest

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PRESS RELEASE – The Mayor of Castries, His Lordship Peterson D. Francis has showered  praise and given credit to members of the public, for the role they played in apprehending a man who allegedly attacked a visitor on Sunday afternoon. An online news outlet reported that the male attacker was caught by citizens who gave chase, after an apparent robbery ...

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14-year-old missing for almost two weeks

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On Saturday, March 4 , 2017, as she left her home in New Row, Micoud, 14-year-old Jozet Kave Alexander told her older brother that she was going to her cousin’s house in Vieux Fort. Jozet never showed up at her cousin’s house. “I called my sister to find out why she had not sent her home since it was late,” ...

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UPDATED: Duo charged for drug bust at sea

Two St. Lucians who were caught in local waters with marijuana over the weekend have been formally charged. Police said 23-year-old Jamel Gills and 36-year-old Deline Alexander, both of Soufriere, were charged with possession and possession with intent to supply 74.8 kilogrammes of marijuana. Their bail hearing is set for Tuesday afternoon, police said. In an earlier report, Police Marine ...

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Over 50 offenses in Castries since city police commissioning

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Over 50 offenses have been recorded in Castries since the inception of the city police in 2016. This information was disclosed Tuesday morning during a press conference held by Mayor of Castries Peterson D. Francis. A total of 59 offenses, including just two robberies, was reported during the period December 2016 to March 2017. Francis told reporters: “The city police started ...

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UPDATE: Three St. Lucians held for bank fraud face charges

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Three St. Lucians, held as suspects in connection with the theft of large sums of money from Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) that may have affected customers of Bank of St. Vincent & the Grenadines Ltd. (BOSVG) and other financial institutions, are likely to be charged Tuesday, according to media reports. The St. Lucians were on Saturday taken into the custody ...

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Video of brawl between adult and teens draws criticism on social media

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A video circulating online purportedly showing two teens and an adult female in a brawl is drawing widespread criticism from St. Lucians. The video, which started circulating early today, showed what appeared to be a student in uniform being attacked by an adult and another teen. The fight drew a large crowd, many of whom tried to separate the individuals ...

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Virgil Roberts: Cause of death revealed

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PRESS RELEASE – A post mortem examination was conducted upon the body of Virgil Roberts, a fifty two (52) year old resident of Cantonement, Vieux Fort, who succumbed to injuries sustained during a domestic dispute, on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. The post mortem examination, conducted by Dr. Stephen King, revealed that Virgil Roberts died as a result of respiratory failure secondary ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Boyfriend charged with killing Virgil Roberts

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The 29-year-old boyfriend of 52-year-old Virgil ‘Virgie’ Roberts appeared in court today in connection with her death. Mervin Mangal of Cantonement, Augier was charged with murder on Saturday after the autopsy on Roberts was conducted, Police Inspector attached to the Vieux Fort Police Station, Marcellinus Leonce, has disclosed. The autopsy revealed that Roberts died as a result of respiratory failure secondary ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Local journalist in police custody for rape

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Police sources have confirmed that a prominent local journalist is in their custody in connection with a rape allegation. It is not yet clear if the journalist, who is currently locked up at Custody Suites, will be charged today, but police are continuing their investigations into the incident. No further details were made available. At least one other news source ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Locals busted with drugs at sea near Castries

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Two men are scheduled to be slapped with drug-related charges today, three days after they were caught with marijuana at sea. Police Marine Unit Commander Finley Leonce told St. Lucia News Online that the men, who are from Soufriere, were caught around 11 p.m. on Friday, one to two nautical miles west of Castries. He said officers aboard a Police Marine ...

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UPDATED: Young man killed after argument over cigarette

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A knife was plunged into the stomach of 19-year-old Jamal Fredereck aka Edo shortly after a heated argument over a cigarrette in Barre Denis with two other young males on Friday around 9:30 p.m., an eyewitness have told St. Lucia News Online. A resident told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) that he was present when an argument developed between the ...

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PHOTO UPDATE: Homicide in Barre Denis

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St. Lucia’s homicide rate continues to skyrocket this year with the island recording its third homicide in six days, and its 19th since the start of 2017. The latest victim, 19-year-old Jamal Frederick aka Edo and Edovic, was stabbed by a known male around 9:30 p.m. Friday in Barre Denis, a well-placed source said. Frederick was pronounced dead at Victoria ...

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Soufriere man missing, says relatives

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Twenty-year-old Christopher Emmanuel Melius of Church Street, Soufriere has been missing since last Tuesday afternoon and  his family are asking the public for assistance in finding him. Melius is 5 feet 6 inches tall and fair in complexion, relatives said. Anyone who has seen him or knows his whereabouts are urged to call 484-9509 or 722-1873. (22)(1)

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BREAKING NEWS: Chopping death suspect charged

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Raymond Popo was today, Thursday, March 9 charged with the chopping death of 49-year-old Clayton Justin in Morne Panache, Grand Riviere, Dennery. Popo, charged with non-capital murder, is scheduled to appear for a bail hearing in court tomorrow, March 10. Justin, a resident of Morne Panache, was chopped in the neck during a physical altercation after midday on Friday, March ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Man charged for Sophia Edwards murder

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Peter Donovan was today, Thursday, March 9  charged with non-capital murder in connection with the stabbing death of his girlfriend, 31-year-old Sophia Edwards, police said. Donovan is expected to appear in court tomorrow (Friday, March 10) for a bail hearing. Edwards, a mother of three, was reportedly stabbed in the neck on her birthday, Sunday, March 5, 2017. Her death ...

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Virgie’s death officially homicide #18

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Police said the death of 52-year-old Virgil ‘Virgie’ Roberts is being investigated as a homicide even as investigators await an autopsy. The woman’s nude lifeless body was found with “marks of violence all over” last evening, at a house in Cantonement, Augier, Vieux Fort. According to investigators, residents said the woman’s body was discovered after a domestic dispute. A police source ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Drug bust in Micoud

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Two males have been arrested following a drug bust along the Micoud Highway tonight (March 8), sources said said. Reports are that around 10:30 p.m., police acting on information received, intercepted a car travelling on the Micoud Highway with two individuals and a quantity of drugs was found, sources said. About three sacks of compressed green vegetable matter suspected to ...

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Nevis Premier welcomes Chastanet’s OECS police force recommendation

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WINN FM – St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): A recommendation by St Lucia Prime Minister Allen Chastanet for a single Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) police force has been welcomed by Premier Vance Amory, a senior minister in the federal government in Baseterre. Prime Minister Chastanet made the call at the OECS Authority meeting on Friday, while pointing out ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Suspect in Ciceron homicide in police custody

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The male suspect in the killing of Sophia Edwards in Ciceron, Castries on March 5, 2017 has turned himself into police custody, police have confirmed. The suspect turned up at the Central Police Station in Castries last night, police said. It is not clear if he was accompanied by a lawyer. Police said there has to be an “identification procedure” ...

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PHOTO UPDATE: Woman stabbed to death in Ciceron

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St. Lucia has recorded its 17th homicide for 2017. Dead is Sophia Edwards age 31 of Ciceron. She was reportedly stabbed in the neck by her boyfriend. Today was her birthday. The incident occurred after 12:45 p.m. At this time a motive for the stabbing has not been ascertained. More details to come. (64)(89)

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Machete-wielding man attacks patient at Victoria Hospital

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A man was detained after he attempted to attack a male patient at the Victoria Hospital last night. The incident occured at around 8:00 PM. Reports are that the man involved was in a previous altercation with the injured man who was previously taken to the Victoria Hospital with machete wounds. The attacker managed to penetrate the hospital’s first line ...

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UPDATED: Bois d’Orange shooting victim identified

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A man is now a patient at Victoria Hospital nursing gunshot wounds. The victim, Canice Pierre, was shot in the leg near a shooting range in Bois d’Orange, Gros Islet around 2 p.m. today. His condition is unknown at this time. A source told St. Lucia News Online that the incident was a drive-by shooting and that the shooter was ...

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Dennery homicide victim identified

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PRESS RELEASE – Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a forty nine (49) year old resident of Morne Panache, Dennery, namely, Clayton Justin. Officers attached to the Richfond Police Station received a report reference to a chopping at Morne Panache, Grande Riviere, Dennery, about 1:00 p.m. on Friday, March 3, 2017. Clayton Justin allegedly received a single ...

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UPDATED: Man in custody in connection with Dennery homicide

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Saint Lucia has recorded its 16th homicide of 2017. The victim, Clayton Juston, believed to be in his late 40’s to early 50’s, was chopped in the neck during a physical altercation in Grand Riviere, Dennery this afternoon. A male suspect  is currently in police custody. A resident told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) that the victim and the suspect were ...

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Victim of vehicle vandals seeks help in locating stolen laptop

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The victim of a burglary which occurred on Monday morning is warning others to be wary of where they park their vehicles. The incident, which occurred at Barnard Hill, involved a burglar breaking into the motor vehicle of the victim and stealing her laptop. The laptop was the latest MacBook Air and contained important data. The laptop was in a ...

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UPDATED: City chopping victim identified

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A young man, who was chased by three males and chopped by one of them,  has been identified as 25-year-old Dwayne Auguste, police said. The incident occurred around 7 p.m. on Jeremie Street, Castries, near the CDC building facing the market and the court, according to several eyewitness reports. An eyewitness said “three males were seen running after one unknown ...

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Police praises public for arrests in Vieux Fort shooting

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The Vieux-Fort police are attributing their recent arrest of two men during their investigations into the shooting of a resident of Vieux-Fort on Monday morning to the cooperation of the public. “The public has given us a 100 percent cooperation, as it relates to such incident. Had it not been for their assistance the arrest would not have been made…” ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Belair man “severely” chopped

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A middle-aged man from Belair was hospitalised in serious condition after sustaining multiple chop wounds in the Chopin/Barres Denis area around 12:50 p.m. The victim has been identified as 54-year-old Cuthbert Polius. He is currently at Victoria Hospital. Police said he sustained wounds to his upper body, particularly his face, neck, back, left forearm and hands. “The victim was severely ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Woman shot in Vieux Fort

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Police are investigating the shooting of a woman in the town of Vieux Fort shortly after midnight today. The victim, Tisha Collymore of Bruceville, was shot in her left leg at Westhall Group, Vieux Fort, police said. She has been admitted to hospital in stable condition. A source with knowledge of the case, could not divulge the motive for the ...

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Morne Du Don man stabbed over Armor All

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A 54-year-old man is now in stable condition at Victoria Hospital after he was stabbed in the abdomen yesterday afternoon. Crispin Brouet, a resident of Morne Du Don, Castries, told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) in an interview today that he was stabbed by a man whom he accused of stealing his bottle of Armor All, a car-cleaning product. Brouet ...

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UPDATED: Policeman charged for Marigot homicide

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Police constable and former double calypso champion Gilroy ‘Gillo’ Gaston has been charged with the fatal shooting of a man in Marigot on Sunday, Jan. 8, 2017. According to the Police Information Office, Gaston was charged with “death caused by gross negligence or recklessness, Contrary to Section 92 of the Criminal Code Chapter 3.01 of the Revised Laws of St. Lucia ...

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Rose Hill man stabbed in stomach and chest; several wounding incidents reported on V’Day

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Police officials have told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) that they received two formal reports of stabbing incidents that occurred in the city of Castries yesteray, Valentine’s Day, but noted that other incidents likely occurred but were not officially reported. In one report, a 47-year-old male resident of Rose Hill was stabbed in the stomach and chest at Cedars. In ...

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UPDATED: Chopping in Castries

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A young man was hospitalised following a chopping incident in the city of Castries this afternoon. According to sources, the victim, who is a resident of Cedars, Castries, was chopped on the right shoulder after he accosted someone whom he suspected of stealing a close relative’s chain sometime ago. It is alleged that the perpetrator is a friend of the suspected chain ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Stabbing/chopping incidents in Castries city

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St. Lucia News Online (SNO) has received reports of two separate wounding incidents in the city of Castries this afternoon. The first incident, allegedly a chopping, is reported to have occurred around 5 p.m.. The victim was picked up at the M&C drug store and transported to hospital. The second incident, a stabbing, occurred around 5:13 p.m. on Chaussee road. ...

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Action to be taken against Vieux-Fort vendors

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Street vendors in Vieux-Fort town are having things their way. Over the years, they have defied orders from both the police and the Vieux-Fort South Constituency Council to vacate the sidewalks. And now Inspector Marcellinus Leonce of the Vieux-Fort Police Station intends to put a stop to it. He said it’s time the law be reinforced. “I will ensure that ...

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SRDF attacking crime against visitors in Soufriere

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The Soufriere Regional Development Foundation (SRDF) is making a determined attempt to deal with crime against visitors in the community. Executive director of the foundation, Jimmy Haynes, described the problem as “very serious and frustrating”. He said Soufriere largely depends on the foreign dollar and as a result should not tolerate such criminal activity. Over the past two months, there ...

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