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Saint Lucia Police Charge Dominica National With Attempted Murder

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Saint Lucia police have charged a Dominica national with attempted murder concerning a shooting incident at Ti Colon on Monday, October 24, at about 10.00 pm.

Officers have identified the accused as Kyle Seaman, alias ‘Taj’.

They arrested him in connection with the Ti Colon incident in which a male resident sustained multiple gunshots while sitting on his balcony.

Police recently charged Seaman with two counts of possession of firearm and ammunition when Special Services Unit (SSU) officers recovered two guns aboard a vehicle in which the Dominica national was travelling at Richfond.

Seaman was remanded in custody and was due to appear in court on Monday.

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12 COMMENTS

  1. I hope He’s not Granted Bail and the Magestrate gives him a 20year Hard Labour for the Attempted Murder and 15years for Posession of Firearm and 15years for the Ammunituon

  2. I hope That He’s not Granted Bail Because That’s The Last of Him St.Lucia will See .Because it will be Island Hopping For him to Domonica .St.Lucians are Very Famous for Encouraging Foreign Nationals in Criminal Activity and Habouring them at their Homes to Evade Police. There have been a few namely .Trevor London .Mc.Intosh .Southy Aka Reginald James .Dafton Keil was his Name on his Birth Certificate .But was using Reginald James.There was also Two Top Bajan Crooks and So many Other Foreign Crimonals and Most N$$$y St.Lucian Women sleep with them

  3. Too Many Foreign Nationals Coming to St.Lucia to Committ Serious Crimes and Return to their Country .

  4. @Valdimir Puting These St.lucian police corruped like hell. They will say he saw the bars of the cell and he escaped. Just wait for it.

  5. The Prisoner Never did that He walked out of the Holding Cell to a Waiting Motor Vehicle .What about Customs I wonder whether there are Corrupt persons

  6. It’s not about nationality because just recently a st lucian man kil a Dominican lady in Dominica .it just that the immigration dot of each country need to share more info to each other on these criminal

  7. A con artist from USVI said lucian girls are like a close-clip, squeeze the top the bottom spread. So lets not cast our soul we do not have a good reputation in places like UK, French, Canada and Uncle Sam. Its not good

  8. I am 99.99% sure this boy must escape. It happens all the time in Saint Lucia these police like to bow to foreigners.

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