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Juvenile Granted Bail On Illegal Firearm, Ammunition Charges

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On Sunday April 30, 2023, Officers attached to the Soufriere Police Station, whilst on duty at the Soufriere Mini Stadium conducted a search on a juvenile during a concert.

During the search Officers recovered one (1) Glock 17 pistol and ten (10) rounds of Ammunition on the person of the juvenile, who was arrested and subsequently charged for the offence of Possession of Firearm and Possession of Ammunition.

He was escorted to court where, he was granted bail in the sum of ten thousand ($10,000) dollars cash or suitable surety for the offence of Possession of Firearm and two thousand ($2000) dollars cash or suitable surety for the offence of Possession of Ammunition and other bail conditions.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Awa for this banana republic that have wild wild west lawys and goat hunter for magistrate.

  2. Honestly I am speechless … how do you expect to bring illegal guns under control when you constantly let people out on bail for such a little amount????????????

  3. smh you stupid jack**** thats twelve grand your parents could have used to do something meaningfully but you want to be a so called bad man.

  4. The justice system is behaving like a deck of cards in which every card is a joker!!!

  5. so what you all want send them to prison and use tax money to feed them while they in the demanding what they what to eat and I have to pay tax to feed them? isvtga what you all want

  6. @meme you should keep your idiotic comment to yourself because basically what you are saying is that it’s ok for these guys to be out there with illegal guns killing themselves or innocent people

  7. most of these bail’s are not cash paid it can be a deed or something of value to the amount and these guys walk free. above all this is encouragements by the magistrate for these said individuals to go back into society, target the officers and commit more crimes. like i said the court is encouraging crime in st. lucia.

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