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Crime/Police

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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UPDATE: Man charged in homicide at Marisule

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PRESS RELEASE – On Wednesday, February 8, 2017, forty three (43) year old Peter Thomas of Union, was formally charged for causing the death of seventy six (76) year old, Ann Rose Raymond of Marisule. Peter Thomas was charged for the offence of Capital Murder, Contrary to Section 86 of the Criminal Code Chapter 3.01 of the Revised Laws of ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Man charged with killing elderly woman in Marisule

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Peter Thomas, who was charged last month for stealing the motor vehicle belonging to homicide victim 76-year-old Ann Rose Raymond, has now been charged for her death. Police officials told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) that the 43-year-old Barbadian national, living at Union, Castries, was formally charged  with murder this afternoon. Thomas first appeared in court on the theft charge ...

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UPDATE: Bois Patat victim was stabbed in the heart

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PRESS RELEASE – A post mortem examination was conducted upon the body of Uroy Theophilus, of Bois Patat, Morne du Don, who succumbed to injuries sustained during a stabbing at Bois Patat, on Tuesday, February 7, 2017. The post mortem, conducted by Dr. Heather Emmanuel, revealed that Uroy Theophilus died as a result of hemorrhagic shock due to stab wound ...

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Student who ingested Gramoxone is in safe hands, say sources

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The Choiseul Secondary School student who ingested the weed killer, Gramoxone, is now in a safer environment. That’s according to several sources, some of whom claim to be close to the situation. Donald Clery, no longer lives with his grandmother in Laborie. He was taken to another home by the Department of Human Services, where many believed may be “better” ...

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UPDATE: Police investigating homicide at Bois Patat

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PRESS RELEASE – Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a twenty nine (29) year old resident of Bois Patat, Morne Du Don, namely, Uroy Theophilus. Officers attached to the Criminal Investigations Department received a report reference to a stabbing at Bois Patat, about 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 7, 2017. Uroy Theophilus was conveyed to the Victoria ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Man charged with La Clery double homicide

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Police have formally charged a man they had held for questioning in connection with killing of a couple in Active Hill, La Clery on February 1, 2017. Police said Don Pierre Louis, who is in his 30s, was charged today. Jeffery Cashim Abella, 26, and Sandrina Joseph, 29, were found dead in a bedroom. Joseph’s children reportedly found the couple ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Teen who attempted suicide disappears

A handwritten note was found at the home of the teen who attempted to take his own life.

The family of the 16-year-old-student of the Choiseul Secondary School who ingested the herbicide, Gramoxone a month ago, say they are trying to locate his whereabouts. According to family members, the last time they saw him was about two weeks ago when he came at his grandmother’s home to collect his school bag, accompanied by a female social worker, who ...

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UPDATE: Pavee murder victim died of massive blood loss

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PRESS RELEASE – A post mortem examination was conducted upon the body of Charles Augustin, a fifty one (51) year old resident of Pavee, Castries, who succumbed to injuries sustained during a stabbing at Pavee, on Friday, February 3, 2017. The post mortem, conducted by Dr. Wayne Felicien, revealed that Charles Augustin died as a result of hemorrhagic shock secondary ...

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Post mortem: La Clery couple beaten and chopped to death

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PRESS RELEASE – Post mortem examinations were conducted upon the bodies of twenty six (26) year old Jeffery Cashim Abella, and twenty nine (29) year old Sandrina Joseph who succumbed to injuries sustained during a chopping at Active Hill, La Clery, on Wednesday, February 1, 2017. The post mortems, conducted by Dr. Wayne Felicien, revealed that Sandrina Joseph died as ...

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Fundraising campaign for double homicide victim’s children

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An online fundraising campaign is underway for the children of Sandrina Joseph, who was killed along with her boyfriend at their Active Hill, La Clery, Castries residence last week. The bodies of Joseph, 29, and Jeffery Cashim Abella, 26, were discovered by her children in the bedroom after 6 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017. Police said the bodies, which were ...

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Post mortem for Pavee murder victim set for today

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PRESS RELEASE – Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a fifty one (51) year old resident of Pavee, namely Charles Augustin. Officers attached to the Criminal Investigations Department received a report reference to a stabbing at Pavee, Castries, about 4:50 a.m. on Friday, February 3, 2017. Charles Augustin, who allegedly sustained two stab wounds to the left ...

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BLOODY RELATIONSHIP: Man who allegedly killed his father had stabbed him before

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Police have arrested the suspect in this morning’s homicide in Pavee, Castries. Charles Augustin, 51, was reportedly stabbed to death by one of his sons. In an interview with St. Lucia News Online (SNO), another son, Christopher Smith, alleged that his father was stabbed in the chest by the suspect nearly two years ago. Recounting this morning’s fatal attack, Smith said ...

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UPDATE: Double homicide at La Clery

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PRESS RELEASE – Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the deaths of two individuals at Active Hill, La Clery. Officers attached to the Criminal Investigations Department received a report reference to a double homicide at La Clery, about 7:15 a.m. on Wednesday, February 1, 2017. Two individuals, namely twenty six (26) year old Jeffery Cashim Abella, and twenty nine (29) ...

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UPDATED: St. Lucia records 14 homicides within 34 days

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The body of a middle-aged man was reportedly discovered at a residence in Pavee, Castries in the wee hours of this morning. Relatives and neighbours have alleged that Charles Augustin, 51, was stabbed to death by one of his sons who was arrested by police shortly after the killing. The authorities received the report around 3 a.m. Relatives told St. Lucia ...

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Male in custody in connection with double homicide

The couple found stabbed to death yesterday, Feb. 1, 2017.

Police are continuing their investigation into yesterday’s double homicide in La Clery. According to sources, a male, believed to be the prime suspect in the killings, was picked up yesterday, but no charges have been filed pending further investigations, sources say. According to local laws, the identity of a suspect is withheld until charged. The individual would be released without charge if ...

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Imposter targets young women with job offers at Ladera Resort

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PRESS RELEASE – It has come to the attention of the management of Ladera Resort that some person or persons referring to himself/themselves as “Kevin Smith” is representing himself/themselves as an employee of Ladera Resort and is contacting young women with offers of interviews and employment at Ladera. No one by the name of “Kevin Smith” is employed at Ladera ...

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Couple allegedly received death threats

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Friends and relatives of double homicide victims Sandrina Joseph and Jeffery ‘Shingay’ Arbella have alleged that the couple received death threats before their demise. Arbella’s sister, Alana Christopher, said her brother, who living with the woman and taking care of her two children, was allegedly threatened by his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend. A resident, speaking on condition of anonymity, alleges that Joseph had told ...

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Couple stabbed to death in bed (see photos)

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Homicide victims Sandrina Joseph and Jeffery ‘Shingay’ Arbella were apparently asleep when they were attacked at their Tamarind Heights, Active Hill residence in La Clery, Castries. Their bodies were discovered this morning. Photos being circulated on social media, and obtained by St. Lucia News Online (SNO), show the woman’s body face down on the bed,  half covered in a sheet, while ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Couple found stabbed to death at Active Hill

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A Tamarind Heights, Active Hill couple were found stabbed to death at their home this morning. The bodies of Sandrina Joseph and Jeffrey Arbella were discovered by the dead woman’s children. It is alleged that the woman’s ex-boyfriend had threatened to kill the couple. We will provide you with more details later. (29)(16)

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Police town hall meeting in Babonneau

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PRESS RELEASE – The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force will be hosting its “Meet The Commissioner” town hall meeting on Wednesday, February 01, 2017 at 6: 00 p.m. in Babonneau. The meeting will take place at the Babonneau Community Center. All residents of Babonneau and environs are invited to this meeting where they will have the opportunity to meet the ...

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Dozens of illegal firearms seized by police in 2016

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During the past year, police have managed to seize a total of 35 illegal firearms during various operations and searches. Acting Police Commissioner Milton Desir said that this number forms part of the police statistics for 2016. Police have in the past raised concerns that a majority of illegal firearms are at the centre of many incidents involving serious and ...

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Forensic Lab to reopen in six months

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National Security Minister Hermangild Francis has announced plans to have the Forensic Lab reopened in six months under a new Public-Private Partnership agreement (PPP). The minister revealed on Monday that the government has come to an agreement with Trinidadian-based forensic company to help manage the country’s forensic facility. But the only issue that is affecting the lab’s reopening at this ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Students arrested for assaulting Babonneau cop

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Three male students have been arrested for assaulting a police officer in front the Babonneau Police Station Monday afternoon (Jan. 30), police officials say. The three students,  who attend the Babonneau Secondary School, are scheduled to be charged tomorrow. Reports are that the male officer was assaulted after he went to investigate a commotion outside the station. He sustained minor ...

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Male tourist, female expose their private parts at street party

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A sexually explicit video has gone viral on Saint Lucia where a white male tourist and a black female, were seen exposing their private parts. The video which was uploaded on social media website, Facebook, has been shared and viewed hundreds of times within minutes of being posted. The unidentified duo were at the Gros Islet street party, when the ...

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St. Lucia to lobby for change to US deportation policy: PM

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The Caribbean has been battling with thousands of criminal and other deportees to the region since the United States (US) immigration reforms in 1996, and Saint Lucia is in fact one of the affected countries. Prime Minister Allen Chastanet said however that his government plans to continue to lobby for an international treaty to deal with the situation, since Saint Lucia ...

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Gov’t mulls raising age of consent

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Serious consideration is being given to raising the age of consent in Saint Lucia, due to what Minister of National Security Minister Hermangild Francis describes as a breakdown in the island’s social fabric. The minister told a media conference on Monday (Jan.30) that he has had discussions with Attorney General Stephen Julien about the possibility of raising the age of ...

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Post mortem conducted on Sunbuilt homicide victim

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PRESS RELEASE – A post mortem examination was conducted upon the body of fifty two (52) year old resident of Sunbuilt Castries, Peter Satney, who succumbed to injuries sustained during a shooting incident at Sunbuilt on Friday, January 27, 2017. The post mortem, conducted by Dr. Heather Emmanuel revealed that he died as a result of hemorrhagic shock secondary to ...

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Post mortem results of Rosehill homicide victim revealed

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PRESS RELEASE – A post mortem was conducted upon the body of Peter Desir, who succumbed to injuries sustained during a shooting incident, at Rosehill, Castries, on Thursday, January 26, 2017. The post mortem examination, conducted by Dr. Heather Emmanuel, revealed that Peter Desir died as a result of spinal cord injury secondary to gunshot wound to the face. This ...

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“Sick man” found dead in Malgretoute garden

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Police are investigating the discovery of a dead body in Malgretoute, Micoud today. The body of MacArthur Dorleon was discovered in his garden just before noon, police said. The deceased, who is believed to be in his 50s, was also known as “Macka World” and “Mac Tooth”, according to residents and police sources. Police told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) that ...

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Police continue investigations into Rosehill homicide

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PRESS RELEASE – Police attached to the Criminal Investigations Department received a report reference to a shooting at Rosehill, Castries about 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, January 26, 2017. Peter Desir, a thirty four (34) year old resident of Pavee, Castries was found in a pickup van with an apparent gunshot injury to the head. He was later pronounced dead on ...

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Police update on Sunbuilt, Castries homicide

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PRESS RELEASE – Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a fifty two (52) year old resident of Sunbuilt, namely Peter Satney. Police received a report reference to a shooting at Sunbuilt, Castries, about 6:00 a.m. on Friday, January 27, 2017. Peter Satney, who allegedly sustained three (3) gunshot wounds to the abdominal region, was conveyed to the ...

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Valmont’s security guard beaten and robbed

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A security guard was this morning beaten and robbed by several bandits at the AF Valmont & Co. Ltd on Laborie Street, Castries. Gregory Diamond, 63, told St. Lucia News Online that the incident occurred after 7 a.m. shortly after arriving at the building. Diamond said at least two bandits attacked him then robbed him of the company’s cell phone. He ...

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UPDATED: Latest homicide victim identified, robbery possible motive

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Less than 24 hours after a fatal shooting in Rose Hill, police are investigating another killing in the city of Castries. Reliable police sources have confirmed that the victim, 52-year-old Sunbilt resident Peter Satney died after being shot three times in the abdominal region in Sunbilt around 6 a.m. today, marking the 11th homicide for the year. Satney was discovered on ...

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UPDATED: ‘Top Man’ executed in Rose Hill (see photo)

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  Peter Desir aka ‘Top Man’ of Pavee, Castries is St. Lucia’s 10th homicide victim.Desir, who was reportedly a contracted driver, was shot once in the head while sitting – with his legs outside – on the passenger side of a vehicle. The incident occurred after 4 p.m. at the bottom of Rose Hill, near Wilton’s Yard (Graveyard). Desir was 34. ...

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Police continue probe into suspected suicide at Deglos

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PRESS RELEASE – Police were summoned to the scene of a suspected suicide at Deglos, Bexon, on Monday, January 23, 2017. Priscillia Daniel Marshall, a forty three (43) year old resident of Deglos, was found at her residence, appearing to have ingested a toxic substance. She was conveyed to the Victoria Hospital, via ambulance, where she was admitted for treatment, ...

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25 grams of suspected cocaine found by police in Conway

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During a joint operation between the City Police Constabulary of Castries and the Drug Squad Unit of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF), some 25 grams of suspected cocaine was discovered in Conway on Monday. Communications Manager for the Castries City Council (CCC), Jason Hullingseed told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) on Wednesday that the discovery was made at the ...

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Minister Francis assures action on IMPACS report ‘very shortly’

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National Security Minister Hermangild Francis has assured that action will be taken in the IMPACS report shortly, given recent discussions relating to the matter. The minister said that he has held discussions regarding the matter with the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) Daasrean Greene. “He has spoken to me and we should be seeing action very, very shortly….We have seen ...

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KNOW YOUR LAWS: Aiding and abetting of suicide, attempt to commit suicide

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  Aiding and abetting of suicide, attempt to commit suicide A person who— (a) aids and abets the commission of suicide by any person, whether or not the suicide is actually committed is liable on indictment to imprisonment for 20 years; (b) attempts to commit suicide is liable on conviction on indictment to imprisonment for 2 years.   Suicide pact (1)   If ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Man shot in Bois Patat

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Police are investigating a shooting incident in Bois Patat, Castries. Reports are that a man, believed to be in his early 20s, was shot in the leg. He was transported to Victoria Hospital by ambulace in stable condition. Emergency officials received the report at 8 p.m (0)(6)

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UPDATED: Dead body found floating identified

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Police have identified the body found floating in the waters off Gros Islet after 1:30 p.m today, Jan. 19 Police said Mequid Annerville, 29, also known as Aaron and Killer Yute, is suspected of drowning but a post mortem scheduled for tomorrow will determine the cause of death. Annerville is originally from Dennery but resided on Chapel Street, Gros Islet, ...

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“I leave it up to Him” – ‘Chubby’s babymother has forgiven ‘Ninja Dan’ and two co-accused

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The babymother of slain Dwayne ‘Chubby’ James has said she has forgiven popular soca artiste Jonathan ‘Ninja Dan’ St. Rose and his two accused, but she is disappointed in the St. Lucian justice system. After spending seven years and four months on remand, St. Rose, Lynden Blasse and Marvin Nelson were today, Jan. 18 freed after their application to the ...

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KNOW YOUR LAWS: Physical restraints

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It is lawful for a police officer or correctional officer to put on a person arrested, whether with or without a warrant, physical restraints, whether by hand cuffs, leg-restraints or other means— (a) whenever such person is being moved from a place of confinement to Court or from Court to a place of confinement; (b) whenever such person is being ...

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KNOW YOUR LAWS: Harbouring or aiding criminals

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A person who knowing or having reason to believe that another person has committed or has been convicted of any crime, aids, conceals, or harbours that person, with the intention of enabling him or her to avoid lawful arrest or the execution of his or her sentence, or to escape punishment, is liable— (a) if the crime is punishable with ...

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KNOW YOUR LAWS: Escaping or permitting rescue or rescuing

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396.      A person who endeavors to resist or prevent the execution of the law— (a) by escaping from lawful custody for crime; (b) by aiding or permitting any other person to escape from lawful custody for a crime; (c) by permitting himself or herself to be rescued from lawful custody for a crime; (d) by rescuing any other person from ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Escaped Vieux Fort prisoner caught

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Police have caught the man who escaped while being escorted to a court house in Vieux Fort. Dexter Jn Baptiste, alias ‘Chucky’ and ‘Dave,’ escaped around 10 a.m. Monday (Jan 16.) Officers from the Vieux Fort Police Station arrested Jn Baptiste at a beach unharmed, around 7:20 a.m. Wednesday. Jn Baptiste who is facing an indictable offence and assisting the ...

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Prisoner’s escape to be probed

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Police are preparing to launch an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the escape of prisoner and state witness Dexter Jn Baptiste on Monday, Jan. 16, 2017, a well-placed source have told St. Lucia News Online (SNO). The source said the matter is subject to an “internal investigation” and “will be” investigated. It is unlikely that the police officers who were ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Pepper-spray church attacker charged

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Police have charged a 33-year-old woman for a pepper-spray attack at a church on Sunday that left three people injured, police sources have confirmed. Anthea Martial, a resident of Richfond, has been charged with casting or throwing a noxious substance based on Section 101 (2) of the Criminal Code. If found guilty, Martial faces a maximum 10 years in prison and ...

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Man caught after robbing tourist in Rodney Bay with fake gun

A wooden replica gun (not the one mentioned in the story).

With the help of citizens, police arrested a young man Monday night (Jan. 16) after he used a fake gun to rob a middle-aged female tourist in Rodney Bay, Gros Islet, an eyewitness told St. Lucia News Online. The incident reportedly occurred around 9 p.m. near a popular restaurant, the source said. The suspect reportedly pulled out a gun after his attempts ...

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