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Police Identify Victim Of Fatal Shooting In Gros Islet


Police have identified the fatal shooting victim in Beausejour, Gros Islet, as 34-year-old Nevern Dujon.

According to law enforcement officials, at about 12:05 am on Monday, October 17, 2022, they received a shooting report at Beausejour, Gros Islet.

Dujon, a resident of Monier, Gros Islet, was in a parked motorcar when unknown individuals accosted him, firing multiple gunshots.

According to reports, he died at the scene.

(Story updated to correct date)

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  1. I was waiting to hear sumn and here it is…lastnite I stood on my balcony munching on sumn and suddenly around that same time estimated by media I heard what sound like a gunshot then with about a 3 to 4 second interval I heard another followed by a volley of about 7 consecutive shots…sounded like some semi automatic…right there and then i knew someone got murdered…I live between Bon terre and Beausejour and often hear the trigger happy negroes on the Bon terre side but this barrage of shot was extra ordinary. Sorry bout the family lost !….i grew up north and know the streets very well out there but this youngster face is very unfamiliar to me.

  2. Arm yourselves Saint lucians. The Police cannot and will not protect you. They are being paid by government to protect government. If you want to see an end of crime, kill the killers, it’s not like you don’t know who they are. Just wait til the new top cop comes around with the we are conducting investigations bullshit.

    Operation Restore Confidence X 100 is needed.

  3. Homicide is now a norm, if I log in to read the news and there’s not an article about a shooting then I’m appalled

  4. St. Lucia times get your shit right for Christ sake……it happened on the 17th not the 19th…..I really do not know who writes those stories but you guys need to either go back to school or get competent individuals….. Always some shit, if is not wrong info is wrong spelling or misleading content…..get your act together

  5. THE only thing that can help st.lucia is capital panishment.thats the only way out for st.lucia.10,000ec on bail for carying on licin fire arm who know,s how what this weapon has been involverad

  6. How many times do I have to say: YOU KILL = YOU HANG, loos the noose and the Lolo-Beff, de cat o’ nine tail. Start whipping some azzes when they’re young, also when they are caught in crime. Sorry to say St. Lucia has reached the point of no return. Your Tourist Industry is doomed; it will only get worse as time goes by: Father God do something quickly, Amen.


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