The mother of Saint Lucia’s latest homicide victim has asserted that God, who witnessed the crime, would judge the individual or individuals responsible.
Theresa Harrow-Anderson spoke hours after her son, twenty-nine-year-old Delan Harrow, died on Sunday at about 9:13 pm in Vieux Fort.
The police said he sustained multiple gunshot injuries.
“There is a God above – he will be the judge,” Harrow-Anderson declared.
The grieving mother told St Lucia Times that Delan worked as a salesman.
Harrow-Anderson said the death had been a significant blow to the family.
She said she was unaware that the deceased had any issues with anyone.
“Someone called me and told me he was on the ground, dead,” the mother recalled.
“The Devil is taking our young people’s lives. Even the music they’re playing, you can see it’s the devil getting to them. Listen to the music, it’s devilish,” Harrow-Anderson told St Lucia Times.
She also observed that young people are watching things that negatively influence them.
Regarding her deceased son, Harrow-Anderson recalled that he was jovial.
And despite her grief, she managed a soft chuckle as she disclosed that he had ‘a big mouth’, explaining that he liked to get attention.
The police have appeal to anyone with information about Delan Harrow’s fatal shooting to contact the Criminal Investigations Department at 456-3926, 285- 2144 or 555 for anonymous