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Castries Teenagers Charged With Possession Of Stolen Goods, Ammunition

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On Thursday, October 27, 2022, about 3:30 a.m. several units of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force conducted an operation, at Wilton’s Yard, Castries, following increases in Robberies and Firearm related offences within the Northern Sector of the island.

During the operation, officers recovered six (6) stolen cellular phones, suspected to be connected with a recent Robbery at Micro Lab, on Wednesday, October 26, 2022. Along with the devices, officers seized ski masks, hoodies and four (4) rounds of 9mm ammunition.

Consequently, Shaquan Williams of Morne Du Don, Thomika Alfred of Ciceron, a fourteen (14) year old resident of Morne Du Don and a seventeen (17) year old resident of Bagatelle, were arrested and charged with several counts of Handling Stolen Goods and Possession of Ammunition.

Shaquan Williams and Thomika Alfred were charged for the said offences and each bailed in the sum of $15,000.00 cash or suitable surety, and are to reappear before the First District Court on November 26, 2022. The juveniles were remanded at the Boys Training Centre for future case management.

Sacha Stephen of Morne Du Don, Castries was also arrested in connection with causing disruptions during the conduct of the operation.

She was charged with Disorderly Behaviour and Insulting Words, and was bailed on her own recognizance.

The matter was adjourned to January 12, 2023.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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28 COMMENTS

  1. Keep up the pressure officers. The everyday St. Lucian is grateful for your continued service.

  2. Officers great job, with the he limited resources we know the best is being done. I hope government and the magistrates support you’ll efforts and give tougher penalties to the offenders.

  3. Give tougher penalties but the question is where and who gives them the weapons and this has never been answered.

  4. Listen to this stupidness , they were both bailed for 15,000.00. so you both didn’t have nothing absolutely nothing so you had to steal and then now 15 grand just magically appear out of no where to bail yall? smh young people that like to red eye and dont want to work

  5. It’s about time GOVERNMENT after Government
    REFUSE TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT THAT EVIL
    PLACE IN CASTRIES CALLED THE GRAVEYARD
    THERE IS NOTHING IN THERE BUT MURDERERS
    AND CRIMINALS RIGHT NEXT TO THE CASTRIES
    HEALTH CENTER
    THERE ARE NO FAMILIES LIVING IN THERE
    JUST CRIMINALS.
    GOVERNMENT HAVE SOME DIGNITY DO YOUR JOB.

  6. DOCTORS AND PATIENTS HAVE TO
    RUN FOR COVER AT THE CASTRIES
    HEALTH CENTER FROM GUNSHOTS
    COMING FROM THAT DEMONIC
    PLACE CALLED GRAVEYARD .
    GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS DOES
    NOTHING .DO YOU THINK THE
    CRIMINAL WILL HAVE RESPECT FOR
    THE LAB ?

  7. When I read some of these comments I conclude Chas had the right to say 43% of you are ……..

  8. I’m not saying it’s the government fault but create fxxking job’s so the youths can be occupied doing something

  9. PERFECT EXAMPLE OF A
    GOVERNMENT WHICH IS
    NOT IN FAVOR OF THE PEOPLE
    BUT DEFINITELY IN FAVOR OF
    CRIMINALS.

  10. You might call them boys because of their ages, but a criminal is a criminal; what was he doing at that time at Wilton’s Yard? you’ve called them juveniles meaning decent young kids, but they are Punk kids who wouldn’t hesitate to take you out with a blast of gun fire if they have to. Don’t send them to the ‘Boys Training Centre’ to contaminate the place, they’ve been there, jail their azzs and whip them going in and whip them going out. Why was Sacha Bailed on he own recognizance? is she such an angel? will the Lord have mercy on St. Lucia.

  11. with no crime no work for police no work for judges.lawyers bcf would be empty there would be alot of prostitute on island ul think government stupid bcf is a big income for government u’ll no now

  12. I’m not sure why they are not bringing charges against the neglectful parents of the juveniles. Unless the state apply pressure on poor parenting, we will continue to get what we have.

  13. That’s 5,000$USD each for this crime SMPH , who are these Magistrates? Woiiii shameful discipline.. teach the other 14,15,16,17 year old criminals a lesson, this is a joke an what will happen at BTC the 17 yr old will be kicked out @18 with 50 ECD an no where to go and no job… than what? Right back to the getgo!SmPH

  14. Each bailed. So their family and friends were aiding in these crimes to be able to find money to bail them. Why not teach them a lesson and say no, deal with their consequences. They have money for bail but when they get hit by a bullet they will sing my child was a ‘good boy’ anthem.

  15. THEY SHOULD BE FLOGGED PUBLICLY EVERY WEEK FOR THE WOULD-BE CRIMINAL YOUNGSTERS TO SEE…HAVE THEM CLEAN THE GUTTERS AND CONFINED THEM IN A MIRROR CELL

  16. MY PEOPLE…START SETTING BOOBY TRAPS FOR THOSE RATS ..THEY’RE OUT TO GET YOUR HARD EARNED BELONGINGS THIS XMAS SEASON…PROTECT YOURSELVES NOT THE VICTORY…BE WARNED

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