Police officer in custody for aiding and abetting escape of prisoner

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Police officer in custody for aiding and abetting escape of prisoner
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On Saturday, February 9, 2013 at about 9 pm, officers attached to the Vieux Fort Police Station discovered that 22-year old Deno B’Jorn Thomas  also known as Miguel Jonathon Garnett, a Jamaican national had escaped lawful custody.

At the time of his escape, he was a prisoner at the Vieux Fort Police Station. His last known address was Marisule, Gros Islet.

Garnett was arrested on Friday, February 1, 2013, along with Teddy Walcott of Grass Street, Castries for the attempted murder of Adisania Ojo, a Canadian national.

The said incident occurred at Mon Repos about 12:10 pm. Ojo had sustained multiple gunshot wounds and was transported to St Jude’s Hospital. He was treated and admitted in a critical condition.

During the course of investigations, one police officer was arrested under suspicion of aiding and abetting the escape of a prisoner. He is currently in police custody.

A warrant of arrest in the first instance has been issued for Deno B’Journ Thomas. The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is seeking the assistance of the public in recapturing this criminal.  If anyone has information pertaining to the whereabouts of the said individual, they can call 999 or the nearest police station.

Deno B’Journ Thomas is approximately 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 191 lbs. He is fair skin in complexion and has brown eyes, black hair, a mustache and a beard. He is muscular in built and carries a cross tattoo with wings on his right shoulder and an angel playing a harp on the left shoulder. The word “Leonter” is written above the tattoo on the left shoulder and below it has the letters “NHT”.

Do not approach this individual as he may be armed and dangerous.

For further information contact the RSLPF Public Relations Office: Tel: 456-3726/7, or Fax 456-3728.

 

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  1. i fink they shud mke da officer pay da time for partaking in such shit, no bail straight to bordelais ...wonder how much he got paid?..DIRTY COP!!

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    • ohhhhh plzzz shut up!! there are criminals all over the place!!! lucians carry drugs to other countries and commit crimes in other countries all the time does that mean that all lucians are bad?! No! Disect this story, obviously there is something they not telling us for example, weren't there any other officers?? so why was one officer on duty?? and y would he sabotage his rep like that??

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  2. How quick we are to judge! shit happens everywhere!! the police fell behind and that's their way of blaming someone...why would a local police officer assist a foreigner...think about it! choops!! them fellas were sleeping and they try givin us civilians that bogus story! there is always two sides to the coin so flip it!!

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  3. I always say St.Lucia is the land of who so ever will may come no question ask. Yea right business man, are you kidding me? Immigration officers know what kind of business that moron was trying to establish I guess his complection had you all bamboozled,did you all checked his date of birth? You all thought he was coming to open a hotel in paradise? What now he's playing a game of cat and mouse with you all. I pray you all catch him asap if he is still in the counrty. To the police officer shame on you for tarnishing the honest working ones (if there is any left)they should make an example of your arse but anyway be thankful you did it in St.Lucia where everything is irie. You'll be out next week on $500.00 bail.I want to say you are one sick twisted lowlife, you worthless two legged malignancy you should be tried for high treason dirty cockroach.

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