Who has Abbott’s service firearm?

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Who has Abbott’s service firearm?
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Investigators have still not recovered a firearm which was believed to be in the possession of a police officer when he crashed in Vieux Fort last month.

PC280 Allen ‘Randy’ Abbott, 40, of Grand Ravine, Dennery, who was attached to the Special Service Unit (SSU), was pronounced dead at St. Jude Hospital after his motorcycle collided with a minibus at about 12:50 a.m. on Monday, August 25 on the Laborie/Vieux Fort Highway.

His pillion rider, Johanna Dominic, 40, of La Resource, Vieux Fort, survived.  The bus was driven by 49-year-old Marcus Mathurin of Cedar Heights, Vieux Fort.

During the accident, Abbott’s service firearm, a Glock, which carries 17 rounds of ammunition, went missing.

Police sources say investigations so far have yielded no clues as to the whereabouts of the cop’s firearm. No one has so far admitted seeing a firearm at the scene.

An amnesty is being offered to anyone who returns the firearm voluntarily.

“They will not be prosecuted once they return it soon,” the source added.

However, if anyone is arrested for the possession of the firearm, the full force of the law will be applied, the source said.

“If you bring the firearm in, no problem, but if we investigate and find it in your possession, you will be prosecuted. No question about that,” the source said.

A person can be fined up to $25,000 or be imprisoned for up to 20 years if found guilty for the possession of a firearm without a license.

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  1. Someone know where it is. Randy had his gun on him, he dont move without that. The paramedics and the driver of the bus should be questioned. Things will never change here if thats how we so desperate for a firearm.

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  2. According to what I read, here, they do not know if the gun was on him at the time of accident. So it could be that soneone took it from.........his home???????the police station where he left it????? I know a dead rat when I smell one. Some body say crooked police have it, sold it? What????

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  3. They do not even know if the firearm was on his person at tge time of the accident. They need to confirm this first. By the way how does one show respect for a dead body. I mean having a heart not to steal their things is one thing not respect for a body that knows nothing. Respect people who are alive.

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  4. I don't kno y ppl like guns so u'll got the firearm return it simple ,its a possibility that same firearm could kill someone in yr family .

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  5. Yourl will never get that firearm trust me on that. Not in Lucia that will happen. That probably sold already for quick money

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  6. Hmm if they get you all with that gun you all in trouble baby !! You in more trouble than a regular criminal with a gun.

    YOU ALL BETTER TURN THAT SHIT IN !!

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  7. Stealing from a dead but my main concern is so many person they already found with illegal guns with no licence and the court has never make them pay a fine of $25,000.00 or spend up to 20 years in prison for the offence possession of an illegal firm arm in st Lucia what you hearing is he or she was granted bail $5,000 .on the count of possession of an illegal firearms $3000.00 and possession of so and so ammunition $2000.00 and $1500.00 should be paid forthwith and he or she has to surrender all travel documents and report to what ever police station twice a week it seems the court is not doing their jobs but I think the person with the fire arm must return the fire arm bring it in who ever has it although they haven't say what the reward is

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  8. Stealing from a dead but my main concern is so many person they already found with illegal guns with no licence and the court has never make them pay a fine of $25,000.00 or be in prison for up 20 years you only hear he was charge $500.00 onthe count of popossession

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  9. PPLE DONT KNOW THE REAL GRAVITY OF THE SITUATION. IF THAT FIREARM IS IN THE HANDS OF AN UNTRAINED PERSON OR CRIMINAL, IT IS THEREFORE FIVE TIMES WORSE BECAUSE OF THE DANGER THEY POSE. IT MAY BE USED FOR ALL EVIL INTENT AND PURPOSES. WHO EVER HAS THIS FIREARM, OR KNOW THE WHEREABOUTS, RETURN IT LIKE YESTERDAY. IF U ARE FOUND WITH IT IN YOUR POSSESSION, TRUST ME, BORDELAIS GO BE TOO SMALL. WHEN THE LAW HITS YOU, AN EXAMPLE GO BE MADE. SO PLZ, RETURN THE FIREARM ON UR OWN FREE WILL.U WILL NOT BE TOUCHED NOR PROSECUTED.

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  10. for the person that has his gun it would be wise to return it, why would you have it in the first place are you that serious to want to take someone's life are you that serious to go down that road. as much as we try to be like everyone else not all police officers are bad it's true we don't like what they do from time to time but there are those that put their own lives on the line to save ours, please return the weapon before its too late

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  11. Easy to get that gun, prepare a list of all bad boys n do a restore ... confidence...somebody must talk.

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  12. Y when people are found with guns they don't get charged like that but as its a police gun its not fair law is law start doing yall jobs lawyers and police y its only when the shoe is on the other foot you want to push law smh at y'all time must tell

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  13. I remember when my dad had a heart attack vf and he had his chains and rings on him and when we got to the hospital he didn't have anything thing. When we asked the paramedics they said he didn't have any jewelry but he had some tourist on his vehicle who said he did have the jewelry when the paramedics took him away.

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  14. Smh at some ppl, stealing for the dead that's what they do most times at the scene of an accident. ..no kinda respect for the dead

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