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‘Smart Kid’ Granted Bail For Possession Of AK 47 Magazine & Ammunition

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On Friday the 21st of April, 2023 about 3:00 am officers of various units of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force conducted operations in the communities of Marc, Cacao, Babonneau, Vigie, and Vieux Fort.

The purpose of these operations was to conduct searches at locations within the Central and Southern sectors of the island following an increase in incidents of gun violence.

In light of this, a contingent of officers proceeded to several locations where searches were
conducted. During the operation, a total of four (4) Search Warrants were executed, and a total of three (3) individuals were apprehended.

During the execution of a search warrant on the premises of CJ Owen Fevriere, aka “Smart Kid” at Marc, Castries the officers recovered an AK 47 Magazine containing 2 rounds of 7.62 ammunition.

He was subsequently charged for the Possession of Ammunition.

On Monday, April 24, 2023, CJ Owen Fevriere of Marc, was taken before the First District Court in Castries, where he was granted bail in the sum of fourteen thousand (14,000) dollars cash or suitable surety and other court conditions.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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5 COMMENTS

  1. And you ask yourself why this country failing. A fully auto assault rifle. Lil slap on wrist. Good luck fixing the problem. Anywhere else that actually has laws. You locked down for at least a year before your case even heard n of first time offense maybe 500k bail on that. Choops

  2. And Mr PM is running to the USA for help to control illegal guns in the country are you F$&##%& KIDDING ME??? these small amount of bail money is petty cash for these thugs but hey again this is the results of the St Lucian people who decided to put a donkey in a horse race or i guess they still have the ESPOIR OF THE MALE PAPAYE LA

  3. 14k for a fully automatic assault weapon? This is a joke right? These laws need to be revisited since we’re facing unprecedented times regarding crime.

  4. I would like to ask again …… are we serious about solving gun violence and crime in st Lucia??? Our elected government, those who are responsible for our youth and children are we really serious?? My god my head hurts, I’m terrified, I’m nervous, lord , my lord , mr pjp I’m crying for our children safety. Please please put tougher law in place for those heartless criminals in our country please . I strongly believe that we are being taken on a nasty and dangerous ride . If I wasn’t hearing I understood now .

    I understood but I duh hear 43%

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