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Micoud Man Granted Bail For Possession Of Illegal Firearm

On December 24, 2022, about 1:20 a.m. Officers attached to the Micoud
Police Station, arrested a male for unlawful Possession of Firearm in Mon Repos,

Thirty-eight (38) year old Jeremiah Smith of Micoud, was arrested following a search
of his person, where a 9mm pistol was recovered.

He was escorted before the Second District Court, where he was granted bail in the
sum of $5000.00 cash or suitable surety.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force   (Release updated)

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  1. $5000???? What’s wrong with the judiciary? Not consistent at all! One time $20,000, then $15,000, and another $10,000. Now $5,000??? The police are working their asses off only for the criminals to laugh themselves straight out of jail. Best everyone commit crime since the criminals have it better that us law abiding citizens.

  2. What’s point of even holding dem men. What’s all dat excitement PJP and his clowns had about increasing bail. Chooppss tan,

  3. What is with the reporting in st lucia…Tuesday 24th…..wrong date
    Please check articles before printing
    We need and appreciate the correct information

  4. I guess when politicians and judges start getting affected they will get serious about this thing. Until then….

  5. No wonder the guns are still coming in….It’s CATCH ME IF YOU CAN law here…Mr PJP, take a look at Barbados gun laws..

  6. SMBH , why do you have to involve the Prime Minister in this? I think all Lucians should demand this magistrate resign immediately. We have no respect for these magistrates anymore. I need to ask, is this magistrate related to the man arrested?

  7. I really hate to say this – but why bother to make an arrest when the good for nothings will be out almost immediately thereafter – make that make sense.


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