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Police Probe Two Homicides And One Suspected Drowning

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Saint Lucia police have confirmed that they are investigating two homicides and a suspected drowning.

Details regarding the incidents are sketchy.

But investigators said the suspected drowning of a male occurred at Gros Islet on Sunday.

The investigators disclosed that the shooting death of a male also occurred in Gros Islet.

And a man who sustained gunshot injuries on Saturday afternoon succumbed on Saturday night.

According to reports regarding that incident, an ambulance rushed to Riverside Road after receiving a call for assistance at about 1:47 pm.

The emergency responders transported the man in his forties to the OKEU Hospital.

He had sustained gunshot injuries to the back, shoulder, leg, and abdomen.

Police said they had arrested a suspect concerning that shooting.

There are no further details at present.

Headline photo: Screen grab from social media video of efforts to revive male on the beach.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. I am not hearing anything about the gun cases the magistrates continue to adjourn
    Are the criminals related to the magistrates?

  2. These Magestrates are More on the Criminals Side .whey adjourn Gun Cases when the Armourers Report is attached to the Case file

  3. Have you ever thought about it/and has it ever occurred to anyone else/that this problem is not solely that of any Magistrate/but really that of this guy who for many years have been the alternate/the side-kick who makes the deals/guy in trouble/guy walks by Bail/and the music goes round and around again/till someone dies/and another Band plays the same Music:-
    ST. JOHN 10 : 10 THE THIEF COMES NOT, BUT FOR TO STEAL, TO KILL AND TO DESTROY.

  4. Awa!…we too civilized up north unlike VF ppl getting on like zanimo with no brain cells..you eh hear we killing grandmother and child …just via neg and tier!

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