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Man Charged With Possession Of Illegal Gun, Ammunition Granted Bail

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On Saturday, December 24, 2022, about 12:00 a.m. officers attached to the Special Patrol Group in Gros Islet, were conducting patrols in the Ti Chimen, Babonneau area.

During that time, the officers had cause to search Sherlanski Eleuthere, a twenty-nine (29) year old resident of Ti Chimen.

Officers recovered a 9mm pistol and four (4) rounds of 9mm ammunition on his person. He was arrested and formally charged for unlawful Possession of Firearm and Ammunition.

On Wednesday, December 27 2022, Sherlanski Eleuthere was escorted to the First District Court where he was granted bail for the offenses of Possession of Firearm and Ammunition.

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Bail Conditions are as follows:

Possession of Firearm: $10,000.00 cash suitable surety or land documents

Possession of Ammunition: $5000.00 cash suitable surety or land documents

Not to leave the state without the permission of the court

Reporting conditions and travel restrictions were also added to his bail condition.

The matter was adjourned to the February 10, 2023.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force. Headline photo: Sock image.

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13 COMMENTS

  1. He Should jump on a Fiber Glass Boat and Skip Bail.These M agestrates have Something Against Police Officers .Thus is Really Foolishness in that Judiciary Shitstem in St.Lucia

  2. Come on, let him loose on bail. He has very civic things to do once he gets out. He will greet witnesses, inform businesses owners about their poor security, avoid arms and generate good feelings in the community. What could go wrong with that?

  3. U know is just as depressing as news on gun violence. A guy has been given bail for 10Gs. A boss pays it 4 him then he has to go rob or commit a hit to pay off the boss back. I think is best they don’t even hold those guys with the guns. It’s making things worst. They will get another gun through the ports because there are no dogs nor ant scanner

  4. Man st Lucia is a forking joke man getting bail with gun’s that already committ crime’s? and no lab to test these guns, last time they granted a man bail for illegal gun next thing you no the same man was caught with an other illegal gun SMH right now they should not have bail for illegal guns for so many crime’s that have been committed and not been solved they shouldn’t have no bail for illegal guns but no you’ll need to make you’ll money really and truly it is a big joke this country is not a real place

  5. wow…this is so dam crazy. I truly believe that this crime business we need to start blaming those powers that be. Cause there is no dam way in hell, that someone got caught with gun and ammo with zero license or permit got released so dam quick. “WOW” This weapon I know for a fact “ZERO FORENSIC BALLISTICS” to check for if any crime was committed. So, we just have a bunch of vigilantes with 100% immunity to do whatever…so from now on I am looking at all those crimes are by design…

  6. D man eh a criminal with d fockery alot of yall saying deh the man is a well respected business owner in the community

  7. Masiay…..yol need to chill….dem days law abiding citizens who feel threatened will not hesitate to get one to protect their lives….assets and family..cause police surely can’t protect you from true criminals. Not all illegal firearm holders are badmind! There are legal owners who are more criminals in other ways!

  8. Babonneau again? one time it was the Jamaican dude who was let go, either from a voice high up there, a big bribe or both. There is no Law in St. Lucia, so shut the place down.

  9. Stop granting those career criminals bail. Let them rot on person until they can get their day in court.

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