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Babonneau Man Shot Dead

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A Babonneau man is dead after a shooting incident Thursday night.

Police have identified the deceased as Delice Maulings of Fond Cannie, Babonneau.

Law enforcement officers responded to the shooting report at about 10:00 pm but, on arrival, received information that an ambulance had transported the victim to the OKEU Hospital.

The officers later confirmed that the victim had succumbed.

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There are no further details at present.

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  1. I am calling on the magistrates, stop the adjournment of firearm cases. Not for once we can hear a case is completed and the criminal is charge $30 000.00 . Magistrate Phulshere please assist St. Lucians.

  2. The amount of lives he has taken already that never received justice. Street justice has been served and well-deserved.

  3. Very sad state indeed. All those issues can be articulated to the need to value mental health. Nevertheless, it is unfortunate to note that we as student nurses of the department of nursing at SALCC are being mentally abused. We are only favored financially in the department of nursing. When will SALCC administration address the obvious issue that is present and is unfortunately contaminating the entire college.

  4. The officers later confirmed that the victim had succumbed.
    There are no further details at present.🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️

    The two above lines are common denominators posted by the RSLSF for homicides in St.Lucia. Once you see these two lines, it is an indicator the case has been closed even before the body has been buried. Just a waste of these men and women


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