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 2013”.
Gaston was reportedly granted $15,000 bail and ordered to report to the Micoud Police Station.
He was charged in connection with the shooting of 39-year-old Yves Rene, aka Nazarene during a police operation in Fond Mange.
Gaston won the Kaiso Headquarters crown representing Beat and Patrol, and the Inter-Commercial Calypso Competition within three days in July 2015.