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Three People Arrested As Police Seize Illegal Gun, Ammunition In Castries

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On Friday, October 21, 2022 about 3:00 a.m. officers attached to the Criminal Investigations Department Castries, Criminal Investigations Department Gros Islet and the Special Services Unit conducted an operation in Morne Du Don, Castries.

A Warrant to Search for Property was executed on a residence and a .380 pistol and one round of ammunition were recovered.

Three individuals namely Ryan Pamphille (20 years), Colinda Estephane (38 years) and Eugenia Henry (69 years) were taken into Police custody and were subsequently charged for the offenses of Possession of Firearm and Ammunition.

They were escorted to the First District Court where they received bail as follows :
Ryan Pamphille: $25,000.00 cash or suitable surety.
Colinda Estaphane: $25,00.00
Eugenia Henry: bailed on her own recognizance.

The matter was adjourned to November 1, 2022.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force. Headline photo:  Officer takes part in police operation (File photo)

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Its all in the family; all’s well that do well. Damn it, so the Police had to spoile a good thing eh. I wonder how many people had to suffer the indignities of this young man? was it ever too hard for the son to get a job? whip his axx with the LOLO-BEFF and 3 yrs in jail and have it published showing his face, then you may have more charges. Mary Mary, where are you? we need the Angels from on high to come to clean up this place.

  2. Granny you are 69 years old and that you are involve in then again the system need to enact a minimum wage so the young people could be motivated to go and work it’s like they want the youtes to go and work for 3 dollars an hour

  3. FOR CRYING OUT LOUD Malcolm X MAY YOU PLEASE STOP WITH YOU BS about the government raising the minimum wage do you honestly think this is the reason why we have crime on the island???

  4. I agree with you with showing his damn face. It’s like we know how to curtail crime and make the youth think twice before they get involved BUT the system is designed not to be effective. Whyyyyyyy

  5. You are an ass hole st Lucia has never had a minimum wage any private sector business pay whatever they want . We have no standards in the country. The youtes prefer to get involve in criminal activities than to go and work for 3 EC dollars an hour

  6. With all the firearms arrest that have been made, how many cases have been called and completed. Magistrate Phulshere pleased answer this.

  7. Don’t blame the old lady maybe she don’t know anything about that ,, you’ll are to quick to judge others, maybe the gun and ammunition in the house and she don’t even know anything

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