Family members of Castries resident Jonathan Sydney are awaiting the results of an autopsy for answers in what police describe as his ‘suspicious death’.
A date for the autopsy is pending.
On Wednesday morning Jonathan Sydney’s girlfriend found him unresponsive in his vehicle at Maynard Hill, Castries, after he left work at Sandals Regency La Toc.
The vehicle’s engine was running at the time.
Sydney spent time between Maynard Hill and his father’s residence at Leslie Land, Castries, his sister, Samantha Calderon explained.
“From all indications, he was able to drive home. He was able to park the vehicle and he never made it out of the vehicle,” Calderon told St Lucia Times.
“So unless we get the results of the autopsy, we wouldn’t know for sure what went wrong,” Calderon stated.
Sydney, 35, was the father of two boys.
His sister said his death had shocked everyone.
“Everyone is in disbelief,” Calderon noted.
“He did complain of minor back pain but that’s about it. Other than that we have no knowledge of any medical history,” she disclosed.
And Calderon told told St Lucia Times that the family was awaiting notification from the police regarding a date for the autopsy.
Highly suspicious indeed! Still, at least they found his body and the vehicle –if you catch my drift! Saint Lucia has truly become a spooky place.
Crime infested Country .The persons in Position in High places do Something now
When was his last jab?
THE YOUNGER ONES ARE GOING FASTER THAN THE OLDER ONES NOW…..AND IT’S MOSTLY OF HEART ATTACK…….I WONDER WHY!!!
SADS is becoming quite common now a days. Definitely look into this possibility.
Young, hard working individual with no criminal background, arriving home from work but dropping dead before entering his place of residence? No obvious signs of violence on his body? This would certainly raise questions and be of tremendous concern to his friends and family. Except of course if he submitted to taking the jab and a booster or two. Then it would not be such a rare occurrence. It’s happening all over the world. More so in countries with higher vaccination ratios.