Cocaine bust in Monchy

By RSLPF

PRESS RELEASE – On Wednesday, March 11, 2015 about 10:55 p.m. Officers of the Drug Squad conducted an operation in the Monchy area.

As a result of the operation, the officers intercepted a vehicle.

A search of the said vehicle revealed a suitcase containing 19 rectangular blocks of a substance suspected to be cocaine.

The occupants of the vehicle were two Spanish nationals.

They were arrested and are presently in police custody assisting with investigations.

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27 comments

  1. The police did a great job but after the coke is locked up an it goes missing what then the police r the real criminals

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  3. GREAT JOB OFFICERS! KEEP OUR STREETS CLEAN..THANKS!

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  5. Nothing going to happen to those SALOPS. Money talks! They know how to play the system...hope the ploice department is not involve in that shit. Everybody is hungry for quick money.

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  7. Great job officers! Who are the MONCHY connections? Get them ASSES too...don't let them distroy our beautiful island.

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  9. The policemen are happy big money for their pockets ,if they get 20 k they will say 5 to keep the rest .

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  11. Build a special jail for them and throw the key far out in the deep seas. Those FU**ERS are distroying the future for our young children. BASTINOS, get a job and live a normal life!

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  13. GOOD JOB OFFICERS! GET GARBAGE OFF THE STREETS, THEY ARE DISTROYING OUR YOUNG CHILDREN'S LIVES. TELL THE CRIMINALS TO GET THE HELL OUT OF ST. LUCIA..

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  15. Start to secure the prison. Jail break on its way.

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  17. Good job but who are the locals behind the stuff I hope the call names these guys would not just come here the must have contacts and is must be one living here officer left no stone unturned get he names of these in the dark

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  19. Good job officers don't let them fellas talk brake you down keep up the good works and do what ever it takes 95% have you back the can't piss in our eye any more heads up my POLICE OFFICERS

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  21. The only thing st.lucia has and the Americans, Chinese and taiwanese and others want is oil, no country gives you anything if you have nothing they want.a lady that I work for in the us told me that they did the survey and found there to be oil in st.lucia.The only reason the st.lucian government hasn't told the public is they are still trying to finalize the deal on dredging that's why all these countries are trying to get the rights, at the end I'm sure st.lucians general public will get very little or nothing out of it . Remember nothing is for free on this earth.

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  23. Thet are in love with the coco coco

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  25. good job officers, am proud of you all, don't worry about IMPACS report nor the MARYS,the ANDRES and the rest, continue doing the wonderful job you do, that all cowards have run away from doing,all they do is sit and talk crap in thier comfortable homes and offices, you officers alone know what you go through out there,you do it for all these ungrateful people who bash at you, yet still when they in trouble,they run to you for help,love you officers and god bless and protect you.

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  27. That's all the hungry DOG police force finding I hate them hahahahaa

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  29. YOU KNOW WHERE THE SPANISH NATIONALS ARE FROM JUST SAY IT IT SMELLS LIKE CHAVEZ COUNTRY, PLAGUEING OUR COUNTRY WITH COCANE COCANE IT IS COCONE, JUST SAY IT. I HOPE IT DO NOT DISAPPEAR IN THIN AIR THE US DO CARE IT IS CALLED HUMAN RIGHTS . I TAKE IT YOUR FAMILIES WERE NOT KILLED. POLICE MEN ARE PAID WELL TO DO A GOOD JOB AND THEY KNOW THE RISK, WHY NOT DO YOUR JOB NOT BREAK THE LAW. I KNOW BECAUSE I WAS THERE NEVER ON THE TAKE.

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  31. You'll stupid 19 keys the us market is flooded with cocaine from Mexico by tons 1000 pounds so 19 keys that a grain of sand on the beach . Ok in 2 weeks half of the drugs missing you'll acting like cops don't steal or kill oh wait a moment the report said stage killing lol crimals cops for burn

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  33. suspected to be cocane..is either it is or not.....u know the dam thing is cocane just say it

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  35. Good job s l p f take them in and keep them in jail

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  37. Great job RSLPF. I am darn sure a lot of work was done behind the scenes to accomplish this capture. I hope the captives can give up local contacts.

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  39. Why are foreigners allowed to run like "headless chickens" in out beloved land?

    Why can't our immigration department be more vigilant and begin to keep a database of non-nationals for future reference?

    There should be new laws to the effect that if any foreigner is caught with illegal substances etc, that there is NO BAIL.

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    • I hope the Bail for them is not the pittance we often see like $5000.00. We need to start talking hundreds of thousands of dollars for Bail. This should cause a reduction in the use of St. Lucia as a transshipment station.

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  41. The police force will not be intimidated by that report. It is their responsibility to know the law, known their rights and to operate within the law so that their rights as well as other humans are guaranteed.

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  43. IMPACS report or not IMPACS report or not RSLPF still working hard. Them Cocaine don't remain in Saint Lucia. Caribbean is just a Transhipment point for the USA and Europe. So RSLPF has just save 19kgs going to the USA or Europe.

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  45. That's y the U S is here, COKE. You honestly believe the U S cares about 12 dead people...lol, their interest is in someone or something else, they are just using the rslpf as scapegoats to achieve something bigger that we can't see. Did KDA damage the morale of the rslpf...maybe...but saint lucia on the international market is destroyed.

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  47. Good job again Police Officers, no break for them. They are the ones causing the problems for us citizens of St. Lucia. Lock them up!!!

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