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Three Men Charged With Possession Of Shotgun & Ammunition Appear In Court

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On Sunday May, 7 2023 about 3:00 a.m.  during a joint Police Operation Officers of the Criminal Investigations Department, Gros Islet Police Station, Bicycle Patrol Unit, Special Services Unit, Police Complaints Unit and the Regional Security System (RSS) conducted an operation in Derniere Riviere, La Caye, and Richfond, Dennery.

The purpose of the operation was to conduct searches at various locations.

During the conduct of that operation a Search Warrant was executed on the premises of Brad Deterville, Keyan Joseph and Marvin Alexander of Richfond, Dennery.

The Officers recovered one (1) Pump Action Shotgun and one (1) round of 12-gauge Ammunition.

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They were arrested and charged for the offence of Possession of Firearm and Possession of Ammunition.

On Monday May 8, 2023 Brad Deterville, Keyan Joseph and Marvin Alexander were escorted to the First District Court for the purpose of a bail hearing.

They were each granted bail for the offence of Possession of Firearm in the sum of thirty thousand ($30,000) dollars and for the offence of Possession of Ammunition the sum of five thousand ($5000) dollars and other bail conditions.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force


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  1. how does the court determine that someone is innocent until proven guilty when they are in possession of the weapon with intention to kill? a gun is made to kill not to scare anyone away when pointing it at someone and pull the trigger. perhaps our laws needs to change and so does our justice (just ice) system.


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