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Police Appeal For Information After Saint Lucia’s 58th Homicide

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Saint Lucia Police have appealed for public information as they investigate Saint Lucia’s 58th homicide for 2022.

According to a Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) release, Joshua Jn Baptiste allegedly sustained multiple gunshot injuries after an unknown individual accosted him on Tuesday.

The release said at about 7:00 pm officers attached to the Criminal Investigations Department in Castries, responded to a report of a fatal shooting along St. Louis Street, Castries.

The deceased was a Ciceron resident.

“Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Major Crimes Unit at 456-3754 or the Crime Hotline at 555 for anonymous reporting,” the RSLPF said concerning the Joshua Jn Baptiste fatal shooting.

 

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10 COMMENTS

  1. Where are the Cameras Located in the Shitty to assist the police Investigation .Everything is about politricks .The politricktians don’t give a Damm

  2. BREAKING NEWS – A police officer was charged for having sex with a minor
    I post this because SLT only posting what they feel like posting but it was on the news.

  3. so is the slp that send the police officer after the little girl let me here u’ll cuz everything is d government

  4. We have cockroaches in the force and this is a prime example of sexual predators who the police force harbor until such become extremely public

  5. In no society police can solve crime on it’s own and every body in st lucia have a police or somebody in politics they can give information too so if those information is kept the criminals will be at will to do anything. So society choose well. Someday it will hit home.

  6. He is as RED or REDER than you. Hope his comrades don’t let him off the hook for the sake of his deceased mother.

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