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Police Probe Weekend Shooting In Marchand – Victim Stable


On Saturday May 20, 2023 Police Officers of the Marchand Police Station received a report of a shooting at the intersection of Marchand Road and Trou Rouge about 1:25 a.m.

On arrival on the scene Officers observed one (1) male lying on the road, with an
apparent gunshot wound. He was transported to a medical facility via ambulance in a
stable condition.

Investigations continue into this incident.

The Royal St. Lucia Police Force wishes to urge anyone with information regarding
this incident to contact the nearest police station or the Marchand Police Station at
456- 3885 or the Crime Hotline at 555 (for anonymous reporting).

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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  1. Pierre you are going to give Archibald an heart attack why are you not back at Marchland talking to your Cabals. You must be in every hole 24 hrs a day hiding and waiting for something to go down so you could jump out from your hiding place and say hah ha stop it I am here.

  2. Pierre is the leader of the government, the country and the NATIONAL SECURITY MINISTER. 6 months after increased investments in the police force, more vehicles and more police officers on the ground what has changed ? The criminals will obviously migrate to other parts of the island. PM Pierre and PM Kenny have also represented the most difficult areas for over 26 years, what have they done to fix the social issues there ?

  3. Damn them girls genetically blight ,everyone atound you just die a terrible death first was your ex down bannas bay now him idk but yall need prayers


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