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Police Seize Drugs At Grande Anse Beach – One Man Arrested


On Sunday, November 27, 2022, a joint police operation was conducted along the Grande Anse Beach, which resulted in the recovery of a quantity of controlled drugs.

Officers were alerted to suspicious activity during the conduct of patrols and an investigation was launched.

This resulted in the recovery of several bricks of suspected hashish. One male was taken into custody in relation to the investigation.

Investigations into this matter are ongoing.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force continues to dissuade persons from participating in the illicit trade of drugs. Anyone with information regarding such transactions is asked to call the nearest police station or the Crime Hotline at 555 for anonymous reporting.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force. Headline photo (Stock image of officer taking part in police operation)

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  1. Grand Anse is Within the Babonneau Constituancy The police at that Station is at Babonneau the Constituancy have so much Lawlessness no Mobile Patrol Whether by Day or Night .If this Information was Given to the Babonneau Police no one would have attended to that Report

  2. What about the container of drugs found on the compound of a well-known business place along the Gros Islet Highway which is famous for its black Friday sales?

    What about the gun found in the fridge at the wharf?

  3. From what I heard that container of drugs was shipped to another destination, probably the original buyer
    and the woman that hid the guns was set free with no charges by a high ranking cop who is her step father.

  4. Barboneau has become famous for this find of activity. It was there that a Jamaican was imprisoned for murder; by some trickery he was let loose, found himself ways and means for leaving the Island, found himself back home, but soon back in prison where he tried the same but did not succeed. How come he succeeded in Barboneau? St. Lucia, something wrong, your blessings cannot work because the top Brass is crooked.

  5. The government self doing drugs so what will the citizens do..boy I tell this world we leave in is slowly coming to an end,remember God said he went to prepare a place for his children.. the devil conquer too much ppl in that world fact this world is running on evil..

  6. If people dying yourll complaining ,the fellas trying to make money on their drugs ,yourll setting them up or complaining …Yourll really need to choose one…The world isn’t perfect, don’t come talk bullshit about minisinters in drugs,urll rather them stroke the country money…Choose what yourll really want…Yourll talk like St.lucia alone these things happen where bigger countries run off drugs smfh…I rather know the fellas not frustrated n making money on their drugs than useless killing…smfh


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