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Man And Woman Arrested After Police Seize Firearm, Ammunition In Castries

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On Thursday, March 2, 2023, about 5:30 a.m., officers attached to the Gros Islet Operations Team and Special Services Unit conducted an operation in Bocage, Castries.

During the operation, a search was executed on the premises occupied by a twenty-
eight (28) year-old male and, a forty-one (41) year-old female of Bocage, Castries,
which resulted in the recovery of one (1) 9mm Luger pistol and one (1) round of

Both individuals were arrested and escorted to the Rodney Bay Police Station, where they remain in custody as charges are expected to be laid shortly.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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  1. They will be out on bail before you can say, “Ayay.” Fresh ingredients for the crime bouillon. Chef Pierre knows how to prepare a good soup.

  2. All illegal weapons and they should also setup a secret service to investigate the police as well or fire arm license and keep a database of it so when a shell is found on a crime scene there can compare to the database and know if the weapon is new or was used in multiple crime incident. my suggestion not new to no one but our leaders again are displaying gross incompetence.

  3. Agreed with the probed.
    More is needed to solve criminal elements..
    Jobs are needed in all activities in St Lucia.! St Lucians should establish a Share the WEALTH with the employers by paying a fair living wage of $10 per hour based on 40 hrs weekly to the people..
    Crimes could be reduced by implementing a fair living wage system.. Wages are too low and the lower EARNED people is about 45-50% of the working poor.. We must use commonsense and share the wealth and let’s Trivedi.. all workers should be paid a fair living wage..
    If the 40+ % of our Currently employed are paid a fair living wage. Then , The workers will have a better purchasing power to generate to our current situation Financially stable economy..
    I endorse my thoughts..
    Let’s solve our stagnant situations..
    Please let’s focus on sharing the wealth..

  4. Over 80 percent of private sector workers earn 2 to 3 EC dollars an hour that is a shame in the island after 44 years of independence

  5. Wee ma ma so true
    The red boys don’t care about you
    You see this bull shate putting people first pure shate Lucian wake up before it’s to late
    I know you all are feeling very bad that’s ok put the shame behind you and take a stand


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