Babonneau youth stabbed multiple times in Rodney Bay

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Babonneau youth stabbed multiple times in Rodney Bay

A young male was the victim of a violent incident in Rodney Bay yesterday afternoon, Nov. 10, according to sources.

Reports are that the victim, Rohan Doxillie, 18, of Garrand, Babonneau was stabbed multiple times in his back and abdomen by two unknown individuals after midday.

Emergency services obtained the call at 1 p.m.

He was transported to Victoria Hospital via ambulance in stable condition.

The circumtances surrounding the wounding was not disclosed.

 

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  1. I have said for 12 years that if this continues, the tourism will suffer. Already I have seen dramatic reductions of cruisers, (yachties) coming into Rodney Bay or Soufriere. The cruisers bring millions of dollars yearly and place it directly into the hands of the community. Cruisers are an important fabric of the landscape of the economy in St. Lucia, and very few people take it serious.

    We spend in the hundreds of thousands on our boats, inside the boat yard and out, we hire fibre specialists, polishers, carpenters, mechanic, technicians and spend in the markets. We are involved in charitable work, the education system and healthcare. Yet, the crime keeps rising. Cruisers suffer while anchored in the harbours and in the marinas. People boarding the boats, stealing, threatening and beating the occupants is not a activity that promotes cruisers to come to the 'Pearl of the Caribbean."

    The government refuses to patrol at night and mostly refuses to have a program that reduces incidents of crime. As well, no consultation is agreed to.

    The community as well must be hard on crime. It is a 24 hour job to tell potential criminals that the crime is a crime against the community. They must be sure to indicate that criminals will be dealt harshly by the community, mostly because the government is lackadaisical on this matter. Crime hurts those that work in any aspect of the tourist industry. Communities suffer when the fibreglass specialist has no job because the boats are not coming. Communities hurt when young people starting out on boats doing labour, are not able to find work. This government must start to recognize that today.

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  2. New Testament Verse of the Day:

    "And so I tell you, keep on asking, and you will receive what you ask for. Keep on seeking, and you will find. Keep on knocking, and the door will be opened to you."
    – Luke 11: 9

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  3. How is rodney bay uhhhh!I'm betting that either party are not from Rodney bay.we don't do petty stuff on the grind.its our money and tourism central.if we sure caught the perpetrators they would've face one of our own supreme chief of justice!

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